Celebrity stylist Monica Rose has worked with the likes of Chrissy Teigen, Kaia Gerber, Miranda Kerr, and many, many more. She's the woman behind your favorite athleisure looks spotted on Kendall and Gigi and is a savant when it comes to marrying high-end fashion with accessible everyday style. Rose is sought after for her opinion on what the latest trends will be season after season, which is why we're thrilled she gave us the inside scoop on what she'll be retiring this year and what she'll be replacing it with. Scroll down for her favorite 2019 trends and then shop her picks to wear them before everyone—inevitably—does.
As we closed our wardrobe doors for 2018, it’s always a period of reflection for many of us as to what we want our 2019 to look like (both aesthetically and intangible), and here I am sharing some of the wardrobe swaps I’m making for the new year!
What to Retire: Thigh Boots Replacement: Slouchy Boots
For 2019 I’m swapping out my tight sleek thigh boots for slouchy boots. We saw a lot of this style on the runways, and I have a feeling that won’t be the last we will be seeing of them!
What to Retire: Hoop Earrings Replacement: Bold Earrings
I love a good accessory, mostly in the form of strong earrings. My go-tos have always been strong gold hoops, but for something different to complement the outfit, I’m going to lean toward a bolder earring piece this year. It really gives the whole outfit a new feel.
Courtesy of Versace (left) and Alexander Wang (right)
What to Retire: Your Go-To Color Replacement: Yellow
This year is the golden year, by which I mean your wardrobe! Find a consistent color in your wardrobe, whether it be red or green, and swap it out for yellow. I know it looks a little frightening, but you will be very surprised how this hue actually is very complementary to many of us!
Courtesy of Brandon Maxwell (left) and Balenciaga (right)
What to Retire: Oversize Tee Replacement: Rugby Top
Another cool swap you can make in your wardrobe is adding a classic polo rugby top instead of an oversize tee. You can literally find these rugby tops anywhere, from actual sporting teams to Ralph Lauren. I’m very happy about this comeback!