Wait, I Think These 2019 Trends Are Already Dead

With the ever-changing fashion trend cycle, it can often be difficult deciphering what's on trend. Seriously: One minute, something could be all the rage, while the next, it's out. What's even crazier is that there are often key looks that uptrend at the start of the season and cruise away within mere weeks. Believe it or not, we're just barely into February and a few 2019 trends we thought would be a hit are already dying. No, we're not kidding—and we tapped our friends behind trend-forecasting mecca Fashion Snoops to back us up. Keep scrolling to check out the three trends Melissa Moylan, the brand's VP of womenswear, and Hallie Spradlin, accessories director, think are already over, along with the items replacing them. Plus, check out street style inspiration and shop each need-now trend.

OUT: Overalls. IN: Utility Jumpsuits

"When jumpsuits and '90s nostalgia came back on the scene, overalls were a big hit. Moving forward into 2019, it's less about bib overalls and more about utility-style twill jumpsuits with pocket and zipper details." — Melissa Moylan

A white jumpsuit feels fresh for the season—espeically with a furry pink coat.

Toss on a utility jumpsuit, add sneakers, and you're ready to go.

Add a modern twist to a denim jumpsuit with cowboy boots and a leather puffer.

OUT: Varsity Jackets. IN: Parkas

"It's time to trade in varsity jackets. Once a street style staple, varsity jackets and bomber shapes are downtrending while parkas gain traction. There's less of an obvious emphasis on sport, with parkas adapting fashion components like transparent materials or pop colors." — Melissa Moylan

We're loving the juxtaposition between a laid-back parka and a polished skirt ensemble.

Toss a printed parka over anything—including a denim-and–turtleneck sweater combo—for an instantly cool look.

You'll make an instant statement in a highlighter-pink coat. 

Out: Mini Sunglasses. IN: Oversize Shades

"Bolder is better when it comes to eyewear in 2019, so it's time to put mini sunglasses away in their appropriately compact case. The micro silhouette is being traded in favor of aviator sport shades and oversize geometric frames with focus on thick tortoise or translucent frames for a seasonal update." — Hallie Spradlin

A pair of geometric shades will compliment any look.

Don't be afraid to keep it classic with sleek oversize sunnies. 

Translucent sunglasses punctuate a vibrant winter ensemble so well. 

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