Australia is an isolated country. We're an island that takes the rest of the world at least a day to get to (excluding our New Zealand friends) and has it's own unique fashion aesthetic and style.
The trends in Australia don't always line up with the rest of the world, not only because we're in the opposite season, but because our lifestyle requires different wardrobe staples. Linen pieces may not be as wearable in New York, but here, anything made with the breathable fabric is a staple of an Australian summer wardrobe.
Below we've listed the trends blowing up overseas compared with what we're loving on the other side of the globe. To see how different our style is from the rest of the world, keep scrolling.
N.B. We've included some of our favourite Kiwi girls (Jessie Bush, Chloe Hill, and Beck Wadworth) in here under the 'Australia' category as our climate is so similar, and they spend so much time in Sydney.
Australians are loving swimwear in earthy and monotone colours, with a ribbed texture. Black, olive and white seem to be the most sought-after colours this season with deep wine also emerging as a popular choice.