biker shorts and feather boas
That’s in at Street Parade, that’s out
What’s in on Saturday’s 29th Street Parade and what’s totally out among the boys? Blick explains the new trends – and tells you what’s better left in the closet.
If you still have feather boas, water pistols and neon-colored T-shirts in your closet from the last street parades, you’d better leave them lying around next Saturday. Because a completely different style is popular with young trendsetters. Women opt for black biker shorts, transparent trousers or fishnet dresses.
Loose linen shirts are trendy for men – and white or earth-toned bucket hats for everyone. In addition, sunglasses with colored lenses, sneakers and fanny packs, which are fanny packs that are worn at an angle. This is what trend scout Madeleine Kuster (25) from the Kingfluencers agency relies on. According to her, crochet dresses are also a very cool trend. “This is then often supplemented with rhinestones on the face or glitter in the hair,” she says.
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The whistle is also back in fashion
Blick TV presenter and influencer Sylwina Spiess (33) also relies on black biker shorts and a black, transparent top, a so-called mesh. «I will braid my hair with colored ribbons. A cool style in the heat. I will also wear neoprene boots with extremely thick soles, so I don’t have to constantly look to see if there are broken pieces on the road. “As always, I have my stylish whistle with me, which everyone always thinks is very cool,” she says, adding: “The most important thing is that we can enjoy togetherness, music and joy again.” She does without glitter, even if it’s hip. “So I don’t have him in bed with me for months.”