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Post-pandemic fashion trends for the near future. KABAK on the new perception of style today


Friendliness and friendliness. If you were stuck in your home office and spending hours on video calls, you probably won’t find it surprising that in post-pandemic reality, people appreciate comfortable clothing more. Just think of Zoom outfits, formal shirts, pajama pants, knee socks, and pairs of soft slippers. How will this impact current fashion trends? Whether you want to create your own clothing collection for your store, are a designer, or just want to keep up with the latest trends, you are likely facing some fashion challenges in the post-pandemic world.

Being comfortable doesn’t mean you’re unprofessional.

Remember March 2020, when people’s bedrooms suddenly turned into home offices, classrooms and playrooms? My God, wasn’t that difficult? Now when it’s over, adjusting can be even more difficult. Discover the latest trends and help your customers make the process easier by providing them with simple and comfortable clothing.

Yes, it’s time to go back to the office. And yes, a costume is a must. So why not create an elegant collection that offers good quality shirts in natural material that does not block the air circulation? Some of us feel bad about replacing comfortable slippers with stylish shoes. We are therefore looking for ideas that do not exclude comfort. Nothing better than to associate them with organic cotton socks. Choose your accessories wisely and give your customers a part of the house they can take with them when they go to work.

A comfortable cotton scarf reminiscent of quarantine under the blanket? Perfect. KABAK winter hat that you could have worn every time during the pandemic? Even better. Take these accessories and balance the collection with stylish and minimalist outfits.

All resellers should remember that 2022 is a year of self-esteem, gratitude and comfort. Create something that captures these values ​​and provide your client with a home and comfort as they struggle to return to post-pandemic reality.

It’s time to shine!

Going for a walk will no longer be the highlight of the day. Boredom and gray routine have had a pretty hard impact on fashion trends 2022, leading to optimism and a love for bright colors. Simply, it’s time for the glitter party! So there you have it, it’s time to shine. By understanding these trends and needs, you can provide your store with shiny and sparkling accessories. At KABAK, they do a very good job on this. There are so many options!

In 2022, being the queen of the party without trying too hard is the key. So bet on shiny shoes or something from the KABAK Sequin Sock Collection that looks like a comfy pair of tights on the inside, and you won’t feel like you’re breaking rule number 1!

A little tip for all wholesalers and designers: try to strike a balance between comfortable baggie clothes and the bright, upbeat accessories that seem like freedom and happiness after such a long period of lockdown and quarantine.

Sustainability has become the way of life.

Yes he has. We’ve all had enough time to think about where this world is heading, and in reality in 2022 we finally realize that plastic is bad and recycling is good. So if you want to keep up with the latest trends, follow sustainability, the ideas of less waste, responsibility and conscience. Learn about the most environmentally friendly materials, bet on durability and product quality. How about a recycled lumberjack hat whose threads were once part of jeans? Or organic cotton socks? Did you know that nowadays some brands like KABAK recycle green plastic bottles and make fabrics from them?

No matter what part of the supply chain you are: whether you are a designer, distributor, wholesaler or retail customer, keep sustainability thoughts in mind and help to better create the industry. the fashion.

In 2022, your fashion choices could be something more than just picking out clothes you like. Empower your decisions and support the brands that support your future.

Learn more about KABAK on the brand’s page: fashionunited.com/compagnies/kabak


Hazel J. Edmonds

The author Hazel J. Edmonds

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