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They share their favorite fashion trends.

FashionThey share their favorite fashion trends.

Some fashion trends are worth a little more staying power because they are timeless and accessible. The HuffPost asked the experts about their least favorite fashion trends of the decade, and they spilled the tea on the questionable looks on the runways and streets. They like Adidas Sambas.

The Adidas Samba sneakers were a celebrity footwear staple this year.

She believes these sneakers are the perfect casual shoe for any outfit, and it's clear that celebrities likeJen Lawrence, Emily Ratajkowski, andGigi Hadid agree with her.

The release of the "Barbie" movie put all things pink into the spotlight. Annette Harris, an image consultant, said Barbiecore was one fashion trend she loved in 2023. Although we are moving into the year of Peach Fuzz, it is likely we will still see plenty of Barbie-inspired pink.

As seen here on Marie Danker, Taylor Swift and Juny Breeze, denim skirts are back as a wardrobe staple. I was thrilled to see denim skirts come back around this year, they are perfect for building a capsule wardrobe and can be dressed up and down.

There was support for slightly shorter denim skirts and other denim pieces, despite the fact that some people disliked floor-skimming maxi skirts in denim. Ashlyn Greer, a professional hair and makeup artist and co-founder of Fashiv, said that while she loved the denim on denim and denim everything trend in general, some took it too far back into the aughts with denim boots and other accessories that just didn't make sense Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham are examples of timeless high-quality pieces. Quiet luxury is a philosophy that embodies sophistication, quality, and meticulous craftsmanship.

She praised the "back to basics" movement, which draws inspiration from brands like The Row and Jil Sander. The approach focuses on pieces that endure the test of time, providing a solid foundation for a versatile and enduring wardrobe.

The color red.

"Tomato girl fall" was all about bright red colors, as seen here on Queen Letizia of Spain. A strong set of trends in my eyes, and most importantly these are trends people can join in with without the need to mass consume and take part in ultra fast fashion.

The red trend had a big moment this year, and there were many ways to embrace it.

Many celebrities, like Daisy Edgar-Jones, embraced the sheer trend, but still left some things to imagination. The see-through/sheer trend was going strong in the year 2000.

The key to mastering this trend lies in its execution, opting for allure over exposure. It's about leaving a little to the imagination, creating an attractive lure that sparks curiosity without sacrificing sophistication.

There was a metallic movement that was everywhere this year. A pop of metallic in your shoe or bag makes you look better.

You can embrace the metallic trend without having to wear gladiator chic. I think fashion and style can be a fun and experimental thing, and Get Z is showing us how to have fun with fashion and not care about trends per se. Having a style of your own is very trendy in itself, because it's an expression of who you are as an individual.

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