3 Fashion Trends You’ll See Everywhere This Winter, According to an Expert Trend Forecaster

Spring has sprung and with it, we shed off the layers – this year of sweatpants and hoodies – and welcome a new array of clothing. However, as fashion trends go, we’re already looking months ahead – to Fall/Winter 2021 to be exact.

Yet another virtual fashion month has passed, and you might be wondering which are the Fall/Winter 2021 fashion trends you can already wear this Spring/Summer season. (Because besides being fashion savvy, we’re all about efficiency and sustainability and that means favoring trends you can wear throughout the seasons.)

To find out what will be en vogue until daylight savings ends and beyond, we consulted trend forecaster Agus Panzoni. If you’re on fashion TikTok or “TrendTok,” as Panzoni likes to call it, you’ve probably stumbled upon her #content on your FYP. With a following of 160K (and growing!) on @thealgorythm, Paznoni focuses on sharing with TikTok users

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How the Cold-Shoulder Top Became a Vaccine Fashion Trend

Look out, Zoom shirt. Here comes the vaccine top.

As millions of more Americans become eligible for the coronavirus vaccine, fashion-minded folks are giving extra consideration to what they will wear for their coveted appointments. And as with Zoom, it’s an above-the-waist style story, especially if there’s a vaccine selfie — call it a “vaxxie” — involved.

Some have taken their deliberating to TikTok, asking viewers to choose. Jane Tsui, 24, a perky cosmetics chemist in Irvine, Calif., shared three bare-armed looks earlier this month, including a spaghetti-strap camisole hidden under a “classy” gray blazer and a one-shoulder leopard-print top that offers “lots of arm real estate,” she said. “Take your shot.”

But the emerging vaccine-ready top seems to be the cold-shoulder top, thanks to Dolly Parton. On March 2, the 75-year-old country music star posted a four-minute video across her social media channels, getting her first shot

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The Anti-Legging Trend I Can Only Really Describe as Wild

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Scared For Life To Go Back To “Normal”? You’re Not Alone

Earlier this month, President Biden announced that all American adults will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by 1st May. After a year of tragedy, trauma, depression, and isolation, the types of feelings expected to accompany that news are hope and excitement — finally, a return to “normal.” Almost immediately, conversations about what restaurants people would visit and what outfits they’d wear picked up with a new urgency. People joked online about being able to breathe all over their friends and dance in a sweaty crowd at a concert. It’ll be another Roaring ’20s is the consensus, it seems, the biggest party ever. But what if you’re scared to RSVP? “I was such a lunatic last March — honestly, last January. I was calling all my friends to be like, ‘There’s a virus coming, hunker

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I Bet This “Granny” Trend Will Be Everywhere This Summer

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4 Oily Skin Mistakes To Stop Making ASAP, According To A Dermatologist

From glass skin to mirror skin, a radiant glow is a complexion goal for lots of us. If you have oily skin though, you don’t need to work too hard to achieve it. In fact, shine is pretty much a given, especially as the day goes on. But while oily skin has its merits, it also has some downsides, such as affecting makeup application, blackheads, breakouts, and as a result of clogged pores, hyperpigmentation. If your skin is very oily, you might think it more a pain than an advantage, but it is possible you’re making some skincare mistakes which are exacerbating the issue. Ahead, consultant dermatologist Dr Emma Craythorne reveals the setbacks associated with excess oiliness and how to combat them. You’re over-stripping your skin A gentle, oily skincare routine starts with a good

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