The Gen Z Styling Trends You Need To Know

If you have not yet become aware of TheMada App you likely will be hearing a lot about it soon as REVOLVE and FRWD(Revolve’s high-end sibling website) simply introduced on the interactive shopping and design app. The app was established by MadisonSemarjian, a Gen- Z college graduate turned business owner who developed it so that clients might see various methods to design their purchases, while likewise finding brand-new closet products.

We talked with the fashion professional and asked her to dish on the Gen Z styling patterns she’s seeing all over.

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“In a post-covid world, fashion has leaned into indulgence and opulence in the ‘night luxe’ scene. We are seeing feathers everywhere— trimmed on blouses, covering dresses, detailing shoes, etc.”

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2000 s shoes

“Y2K seems to always be back in style, but this season Gen Z is loving a modern twist on early 2000s mall-going footwear. Uggs are back, with new designs like the viral micro minis and platforms. Then there’s the resurgence of the classic Boston Birkenstocks, with trendier takes like shearling.”

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Midi and Maxi Skirts and Dresses

“While miniskirts were popular last spring, hemlines drop dramatically this winter. Our bolder Mada users are experimenting with denim midi and maxi skirts, while our more conservative dressers reach for cashmere or wool maxi skirts and dresses.”

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“Unexpected cutouts elevate basics this season. Exposed-hip jeans, cold-shoulder sweaters, and midriff baring dresses are unexpected twists to wardrobe staples.”

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“The bigger the coat the better. This season, the coat is the outfit. Think boxy blazers with dramatic shoulders, oversized wool coats, and massive puffers.”