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Top 5 Best Celebrity Style Trends of 2017

Top 5 Best Celebrity Style Trends of 2017

2017 had certainly been one of the most rocking years in the industry of fashion. Ranging from striped flare pants to artistically designed trousers, and from the ‘one shoe trend’ till the ‘sneakers fun,’ there is everything that 2017 has shown all of us to satisfy our fashion desires.

Here are some of the Celebrity Style Fashion trends that marked their value in 2017 like no other trend!

2017 was absolutely the year of Stripes!

Stripes are always made one look amazingly trendy and stylish regardless of the season. Runways of Spring 2017 were proof that stripes are definitely going to capture all the fashionistas in 2017 and now that we have reached the end of the year, it wouldn’t be wrong to agree that they certainly did. Celebrities like Yara Shahidi, Naomie Harris, and Michelle Williams were found perfectly dressed in stripes at the SAG Red Carpet happened in 2017.

Khaki Textiles ruled us!

Khaki textiles were again there to rule the trend in 2017. Designers reinvented styles taken from the khaki origins that featured oversized cargos and ripstop that drooled the audiences on the runway. Designers who contributed in bringing a newer version of khaki trend in 2017 included Marni, Balenciaga, and Stella McCartney

Oversized Bags were carried like a Celeb!

Sonia Rykiel, Balenciaga, and Celine featured extra-large sized bags on the runway that can hold almost everything in it! This wasn’t much impressive to be taken casually, but Jessica Simpsons and Jennifer Lopez made it easier for fashion lovers to pull this trend off with confidence throughout 2017.

Earrings for Instagrammers!

Glitzy and well-embellished earrings by top-notch designers like Proenza Schouler, CG by Chris Gelinas, Delpozo and Altuzarra had taken over the Instagram in 2017 with girls posting pictures wearing the neck length earrings.

Flatforms for height lovers but heel haters

Heightened wedges with flat bases remained a style statement for girls who are obsessed to look tall but can’t manage it with painful heels.