The New Year in Trends 2014

The New Year marks four more months of Australian summer weather (give or take a seasonal storm or two) which means our warmer climate wardrobes are still on-trend. We'd like to suggest four trends to transform wardrobes for tired and sun-soaked to tasteful and timeless. We're focusing on white out, monochrome, effortless pre-twenty first century and sport chic.

White Out


  • Suitable for day and night, Summmer and Winter, the white out trend is contemporary, easy and fresh.
  • Don't be afraid to opt for all over white-out, styled up with daring accessories.
  • Wear it to the office then swap into some strappy sandals for optimum bar-side glam.
  • Take summer as an opportunity to work on the ideal bronzed glow to complement crisp whites.
  • Emilio Pucci has made the trend one to watch.


  • It's classic, chic and timeless. Monochrome is our favourite go-to trend.
  • Black on white with a splash of grey is best worn head to toe to create the full effect.
  • Make the look sophisticated and bold with sky-high heels.
  • Oozing confidence is key in pulling of this classic yet prominent trend.

Pre-twenty First Century


  • This trend is all about dressing down with inspiration from the 70's and 90's combined.
  • Denim is perfectly okay, made modern with a crisp shirt, statement accessories and high stilettoes.
  • While scrunchies remain a no-go, caps make for the ultimate trend-setter piece.
  • This dated trend is the perfect excuse to sport relaxed cuts and soft figures.

Sport Chic

  • Sport Chic is all about versatility and ease of wearability.
  • Mesh is combined with linen, architectural cuts and boxy figures.
  • Sport Chic takes shorts and t-shirts from the gym to the bar with a modern and cultured aesthetic.
  • Gucci and Tom Ford know how to make the trend one to stay.
  • 2014 in fashion is looking promising and we're excited to see how runways interpret the trends of the year as the seasons pass.