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3 Fashion Brands to Watch in 2018, Because Your Wardrobe Needs a Refresh

2018 is upon us and except for the terrorizing snowstorms and Steve Harvey memes, this year is off to a pretty good start. Obv the new year comes with making resolutions, and in 2018 you should definitely decide to add some new fashion labels to your wardrobe. Here are three brands that swept us off our feet in 2017 and have even greater things coming in their fashion forecast this year.

1. Michael Kors 

Michael Kors gave us all the Bora Bora vibes at his Resort 2018 runway show, and though it may only be January, we’re thinking still thinking back on the collection and wishing for summer. The bold floral prints, chic symmetrical cuts and occasional thousand dollar satchel place Kors as a brand to watch in 2018. If you’re looking to unwind your wardrobe and kick your feet up this year, you should definitely sip your coconut Michael Kors style.


Easy, breezy. #ResortReady #MichaelKorsCollection

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2. Uniqlo x J.W. Anderson

Those who love to shop high-end at an affordable price are in for some luck this year, because Uniqlo x J.W.Anderson is blessing our closets. The collab is set to release at Uniqlo stores and online in Spring 2018, and after the success of their 2017 launch we have a lot to look forward to. We were in awe of timeless (yet still relatable) pieces, featuring classic plaids and retro-nostalgic color block patterns. If you’re looking for a throwback style, Uniqlo x Anderson will definitely be your scene.

3. Juicy Couture 

Get ready for ~juicy~ new apparel because Juicy Couture is making a comeback in 2018. With the 2017 announcement of their new creative director Jamie Mizrahi, the throwback clothing line is expected to be huge this year––and yes, those beloved velour tracksuits and signature Juicy crown will be gracing our closets once more. Though their Spring 2018 Ready to Wear Collection featured bold colorfully striped patterns, culottes and bell bottom pants, there’s still enough velour to go around.



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Náosha Gregg is an aspiring journalist & freelance writer based in Brooklyn, New York, currently obsessed with anything blush. Follow her on Instagram: @knowingnaosha or say hi: naosha.gregg@gmail.com
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