For a quick look into this years hottest trends, look no further, we’ve made a list of 5 key spring/summer trends for 2019.
Bold bright colours
Bright bold colours are a summer staple and 2019 is no exception. S/S collections from top designers have presented us with tangerine oranges, highlighter greens and electric yellows, showing a drastic shift from the pastels of last season. Doodle bag now offers coloured cotton tote bags with colours like electric orange, peacock and daffodil to brighten up your style and can make you really stand out from the crowd.
Pantone’s colour of the year 2019 is 16-1546- Living Coral and following that shells and shell colours are in! From interior design to the catwalk people are loving the delicate creams, light pinks, tans and of course coral! Not just shell colours but shells themselves, “under the sea” is a trend that is sweeping the high street, so why not decorate your own bag with a unique aquatic design.
Well, it looks like geometric prints are here to stay. Especially in the interior design world. Following the boom in Scandinavian influence, geometric design has risen to the top. Its simplistic design with maximum impact means it can add a bold statement without being fussy.
Slogans are big at the moment, and you see them everywhere, inspirational quotes, typography or simply funny words. Just go to your local high street and you will notice them on water bottles, clothing, bags and more. It’s simple yet impactful, just one or two words and you can really get a message across.
So why not embrace the trend and get something that motivates you or makes you giggle on a toiletry bag. It’s a great way to show off your personality.
We are becoming more and more conscious about our environmental impact. Therefore using more sustainable materials has developed into its own fashion trend. Using materials that are grown organically and made in a fair and sustainable supply-chain is in, and we hope it is here to stay.
Our Fairtrade & Organic bags are a great way to get behind this really positive trend. Bags made from Jute are a sustainable alternative if cotton isn’t for you and it offers a more rustic feel.