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5 Fashion Trends To End 2019

The fast-approaching holidays are only further proof that 2019 is finally coming to an end. While colder weather and shorter days may have us feeling down, here at Amaiò we are firm believers that the best way to feel good is to look good!

Just because we're in the midst of autumn and transferring into sweater weather, doesn't mean we have to sacrifice our style in favor of comfort. We have curated a list of the biggest trends that translate off the runway and into our closets, giving a new breath of life to our swimwear and transitional pieces this season.

Read on to see the list we put together of the top 5 fashion trends to end 2019 and go into 2020 on a high note.

Dark Florals

As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, it’s easy to revert back to the black on black staple pieces in our closets. Fortunately, the dark floral trend that dominated Fashion Week runways this year lets us stick to our tried-and-true dark tones while still looking totally chic and ready for colder days ahead. Try our Simone Maillot in Cherry Blossom for an elegant look that can transition effortlessly from the water into a night out as a glamorous bodysuit.

The Opio Top in our custom Garden Rose print is also a versatile piece that can be paired with dark denim and a chunky knit to create a stylish autumn look.

Statement Sleeves

Without a doubt, 2019 was the year of the sleeve. Statement sleeves dominated runways and show no sign of slowing down as we near 2020. Cap sleeves are a great way to incorporate this trend into your day-to-day style. Our Nadine Maillot features stunning puff sleeves with intricate Popcorn Tulle details perfect for your upcoming holiday attire. The Nadine Maillot is a gorgeous addition to your autumn wardrobe that can be worn with any high-rise bottoms in your closet.

For those looking for a bolder statement, our Ella Cardigan in black French Tulle incorporates dramatic sleeves with delicate pleating for a romantic evening look.

Classic Cardigans

A cardigan is a timeless staple for Fall season and one of the most versatile pieces in your wardrobe. It can elevate a simple dress while also providing more layers as the weather turns colder. Cardigans were even spotted on Fashion Week runways as both statement pieces and parts of a set.

Our Gigi Cardigan is the perfect addition to your Fall wardrobe and can be worn with almost any bottoms to take your style to new heights. Try the Gigi Cardigan in Garden Rose Eurojersey for a luxurious look that transcends swimwear and can be worn anywhere.

High Necklines

Higher necklines have been spotted on and off runways towards the end of 2019, proving that this trend can be both sophisticated and sexy. With winter rapidly approaching, looking for pieces that can be both seasonal and on-trend is essential.

The Odette Maillot is our latest take on the high neckline trend, and just in time for the chillier seasons. Wear the Odette for an understated look that perfectly captures the romanticism of autumn with its deep plum Eurojersey that contrasts against the luxurious Popcorn Tulle details.

Glimmering Metallics

With the holidays coming up, try looking for a new take on an old classic. Metallics were a key player on the runways of Fashion Week this year, proof that this trend is far from going out of style. An understated metallic can be worn day-to-night and give off just the right amount of sparkle without overwhelming the look. 

The Nathalie Maillot in Champagne has a subtle shimmer that lets you be chic yet sophisticated. It can be worn as a bodysuit for a stylish metallic autumn look that can be worn beyond the water.

A true versatile cover-up, the Gigi Cardigan in Metallic Ivory gives new meaning to winter whites and is a fashionable metallic that will complement the rest of your seasonal wardrobe.

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