L.A. and NYC Fashion Girls Are Ditching These Pieces in 2018


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One of the great things about a brand-new year is that it provides an opportunity for a fresh start. And yes, that includes your sartorial choices. While in one year you might be more inclined to test out all of the trends, in another year you might want to step back to reevaluate your style.

This also applies to fashion editors, who are very often trying out trends they’re seeing in the market. Interested to find out which pieces Who What Wear’s very own editors are ditching and the ones they’re excited to try when 2018 rolls around? Good news: They’re sharing them ahead. While pieces like off-the-shoulder tops and fishnet tights are being pushed to the back of the closet, they’re welcoming new trends like tops with asymmetrical cutouts and the lavender pieces that took the S/S 18 runways by storm.

Go on to see which items they’ll be giving up in the New Year and the trends they can’t wait to try.












Associate Director, Special Projects

Kristen Nichols is the Associate Director, Special Projects at Who What Wear with over a decade of experience in fashion, editorial, and publishing. She oversees luxury content and wedding features, and covers fashion within the luxury market, runway reporting, shopping features, trends, and interviews with leading industry experts. She also contributes to podcast recordings, social media, and branded content initiatives. Kristen has worked with brands including Prada, Chanel, MyTheresa, and Luisa Via Roma, and rising designers such as Refine and Tove, and her style has been featured in publications including Vogue.com, Vogue France, WWD, and the CFDA. Before Who What Wear, Kristen began her career at Rodarte, where she worked on assistant styling, photo shoots, and runway shows, and at Allure, where she moved into print and digital editorial. She graduated from the University of Southern California, where she studied art history and business, and currently lives in New York.