A trend you should get your hands on before it dies is >>> Velvet.
For those of you who just cringed or screwed up your nose in disgust, just as I first did when this hit runways, never fear. There is a way you can work this without looking like you hail from some Indian noble family.
(Velvet originated in Kashmir in India).
Of course velvet was associated with royalty and a lot of people don’t know how to wear it on a day to day basis.
The best way, of course to wear any trend, is keep it simple. Wear a jacket or a skirt. Make sure you limit it to one item in your outfit, rather than wearing say, a velvet jumpsuit. If that’s still too much for you, try velvet accessories. Sounds strange, but I'm not talking about sunnies. Try some velvet shoes, in hot pink or teal or brown, (which I have seen, you can get them at Betts, and they look amazing!) Or even black, have a look at a few below, in case you’re still thinking, “I'm not draping velvet over my feet you crazy woman!”
Also, velvet clutch bags are pretty cool, just don’t get an over the shoulder, long strapped bag. It either looks like your Nan’s old library bag or like you’re trying to be a hippie. (Disregard this, of course, if you intend on looking like a hippie). Go for a clutch or something small and unobtrusive. You could always try a brooch as well, pin it on top of a plain dress or try a headband or a velvet flower in your hair.
Get something you can wear again, wear with multiple items (jackets or blazers are a great staple wardrobe item). For those who are not radical dressers, steer clear of velvet pants, but a soft draping skirt will work.
Ive searched around and found some inspirational photos to help you out as well.