Risk-Averse Dressers Will Avoid These Trends in 2021 – OWNSKIN

Whenever designers send a particularly inventive, out-there look down the runway, they are fully aware that it’s not going to be everyone’s cup of tea, and that’s okay. Adventurous dressers will eat up all of the amazing trends from the S/S 21 collections, but they certainly won’t be for everyone. 

Below, I’ve rounded up five daring 2021 trends that risk-averse dressers will be avoiding—and what to replace them with. Take, for instance, the controversial denim trend du jour: ultra-baggy jeans. Katie Holmes recently threw her hat into the ring and wore drop-crotch versions (and our readers had some feelings). If you’re loving it, go for it, but if you prefer subtler trend, I’ve got you covered in this story too. 

On Katie Holmes: Rogier Vivier boots You can never beat H&M’s prices.  I love how these pants are styled with a tucked-in ruched top.  Plaid will always be in style.  Low heels are perfect for wide-leg trousers.  Forever classic.  Classic khaki will never fail you.  Marques Almeida S/S 21 Eyelets are a more subtle version of the hole-y trend.  Very grandma-chic.  This eyelet bikini top by Tory Burch is so cute.  Miu Miu can do no wrong, in my opinion.  Dainty and chic. I can’t wait to take a real vacation at some point next year. I’ll definitely be packing this top.  Miu Miu S/S 21 Just like the ones I wore in third grade.  Yes, pedal pushers are still trendy, but not nearly as risky as hotpants.  I’m picturing this with a striped bateau top.  Very ’90s, no?  Paco Rabanne S/S 21 These earrings are so beautiful.  Slip dresses are so versatile.  I’m obsessed with Mary-Jane flats.  Give your black leggings a rest. Hermes S/S 21 If a grandma would wear it, I want it.  Such a cute pale pink color.  Logomania is back.  Luxury incarnate.  This Italian brand makes classic Venetian slippers. 

Next, the five leggings celebrities always buy for themselves.

Here’s what to replace them with.
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