What are good fashion trends?


What are good fashion trends?
Hmm…. I think the off shoulder dresses and tops are still a thing.

Shouldn’t you know stuff like that? You’re a fashion blogger!
Perhaps, I don’t feel the urge or the obligation to scan through all the fashion week pictures and find some coherent trends which will appear on the streets in about 6 months.
I also don’t feel the urge of following trends. It feels like they are a restriction of creativity.
Saying fashion bloggers should know and follow trends is like demanding that all flowers must be purple.

Don’t get me wrong, I have no problems with trends and those who follow them closely. It’s just not my cup of tea.
Today that might be the sweater from my boyfriend and tomorrow a dark and heavy metal outfit. Fashion is expression, and every day has a different feel or vibe, at least for me.


Following trends means fitting right in, being safe. I do understand the comfort. I’ve been called names because my fashion wasn’t part of the crowd. Even today, teenage girls on the streets produce soft whispers when I pass them by. It’s more peaceful to restrict your wardrobe to accepted pieces by the masses. What is different often creates confusion and that leads to rejection.
Such a shame because creativity should be encouraged.

I think fashion bloggers are there to shift these borders instead of only following the prescription-trends of upcoming season. Aren’t we on the world wide web to display our creativity and find inspiration for our future looks?



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Eva runs “Eveoaks” since 2015 which quickly grew into an edgy and streetstyle based fashion blog.  She has worked with brands like Booking.com, Rituals, Livera, Jo Malone, Esprit, Vero Moda, Arket, Monki, Chiquelle and many more.