BERSHKA – Editorial AW19

The new trends you’ll be wearing this winter can now be found at Bershka of Mediterranean Cosmos.

For HER, grunge, Goth and fierce femininity are all having a moment. The 90s are once again the perfect setting for this season’s trends. This can be seen in the wide volume of jeans, bomber jackets and platform boots. The Gothic look (a cult trend in the 90s) is made up of two colors -white and black- and is mixed with utility multi-pocket garments.

Paris, the city of light, serves as the inspiration for the chic-est looks for the most feminine and daring women. Houndstooth combined with shades of pink, maxi headbands with pearls (a key item this season) and platform boots… the perfect combination.

And for those who dare to sport the coolest pieces, denim comes in different combinations to create looks oozing personality. This season, grey jeans are the undisputed king, as well as wide fits with attached belts for a more feminine silhouette. Voluminous sleeves and a crystal effect in the accessories will give that extra special touch— long live rhinestones!

Scandi-cool street style also features with sportswear classics like puffer jackets, joggers and knit jumpers redone in pastel colours and put together in an ultra-feminine way.

For HIM, a season full of colour awaits (not so typical in this period), with all kinds of plaids, including all-over and on outerwear, that will make all the difference.

Technical fabrics are back with a vengeance, with nylon used in jackets, as well as other in garments like trousers and in accessory details. Get ready to mix up urban-looks with natural tones and contrasting bright colours. The result? The look for the man that everyone wants to follow. And don’t forget to wear some chunky shoes!

We’re going XL on the 90s with oversized t-shirts, all-over print dungarees, and oversized plaid shirts styled with plaid trousers. Don’t be afraid to mix and match!

If you are of the noughties, you will just love the trends from that period. Inspired by the tech world, we’re seeing computer-inspired graphics, worn-in and washed-out fabrics and rubberised logos.

And if you’re not up for going extra, casual looks feature cosy pieces in natural tones, plus chunky loafers and military-style boots.

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