2019 was a year full of popular trends. From unique fashion statements to viral memes on social media, it was virtually impossible to go through each day without hearing about the latest craze. If you haven’t hopped on these trends yet, here are some you can try before we welcome the new year.
Living Coral, also known as Pantone 16-1546, was declared as the color of 2019 by Pantone. Since then, this color has appeared in fashion items, make-up palettes, and more. With its pinkish shade that’s soft and pleasant to the eyes, it adds an elegant and feminine touch to your overall style. You still have a few weeks left before it’s not the color of the year anymore, so go and get your hands on all the Living Coral products now!
From drag culture to trans activism, there have been numerous movements in the past decade that are meant to break gender stereotypes and identities. This is reflected in current fashion trends. Genderless fashion, for example, is a bold statement from designers. With women wearing traditionally male clothing and vice versa, or even wearing a combination of both, this trend is more than just a passing fad. It also serves as an empowering movement that turns the tables on centuries of societal expectations for both men and women.
Dynamic home designs
For interior design trends this 2019, designers opted for a livelier and less minimalist approach. For instance, condo floorings and walls can be decorated with unique patterns and lines so the place looks alive despite the limited space. Mixing bright tones is also recommended for that splash of color in your home. Since we’re almost done with the year, now is the perfect time to be dynamic in your home design choices through Christmas decorations.
Alternative weight loss methods
Whether you’re a working professional or not, you’ve probably heard of all those alternative diets people have been raving about. Keto diets, intermittent fasting, all of these have been talked about by fitness experts and weight watchers alike. Depending on your condition and weight loss needs, you may opt to try these methods to see if they work for you. But as always, make sure you consult your dietician or any expert. This is because some diets may be harmful to people with certain conditions.
Social media trends
With how fast-paced social media is, it’s not a surprise that it’s spawned several trends throughout the year. For example, you’ve probably seen a TikTok video pass by your timeline several times. It’s become a popular app for music lovers, budding comedians, and entertainers. There are certain trends in the app that gain lots of traction regularly such as challenges, memes, and songs that end up going viral as well. Aside from this, there’s also the popularity of micro-influencers. These are influencers with around 10,000 to 100,000 followers online, and are seen as more relatable than, say, celebrities with millions of followers.
If you’re a content creator who wants to share your creativity with lots of people while also connecting with them in a more intimate manner, hopping on such social media trends is the way to go.
As the year draws to a close, there’s no doubt that more trends will be coming this 2020. The public is fickle, after all, and we tend to embrace new things sooner or later. That’s why before the year ends, we highly encourage you to try the trends above that were popular this year. Who knows? Even if they’re no longer the in thing, you might just find something you genuinely like regardless of its popularity.