Etsy Inc (NASDAQ:ETSY) reported the launch of its January Trend Guide. The company trend professional Dayna Isom Johnson has given her predictions for the buzzing items to watch this year, and they are exactly what they require this year: they are welcoming imperfection pleasantly.
Whether its New Year’s resolution is to advance accessories game, get real with home decor, or plan that dream wedding, infusing days with some latest picks can set up for help and success people step into the new year with a little more pizzazz and style. These insights are garnered from looking at offerings getting momentum across Etsy and the market as a whole: what companies are creating, what people are loving, and what’s buzzing right now in the broader market.
The first product is Wabi-sabi in décor segment. A Japanese worldview focused on imperfection and impermanence, wabi-sabi marks as the perfectly imperfect philosophy behind their favorite latest home decor trend. With a focus on organic materials, natural shapes galore and softly textured fabrics, wabi-sabi is about embracing authenticity, it is the anti-retouching.
Johnson, the Trend Expert at Etsy, expressed that in life and in home decorating, things should be kept real. As a real human and with a real life, and rarely, a really disorganized apartment, Johnson is prepared for a change, and there are many.
The latest versions of chokers showcase whimsical elements like fringe, medallion or dangling quartz stone details. Some styles even provide the alternative to tie the loose sides. In marks as a remarkable way to revisit the choker trend. The trend expert of Etsy said that over the last few years, they have witnessed a huge revival of ’90s influences, from scrunchies to chokers to slime, one of the most famous jewelry styles of last year. In 2018, the choker will experience a revamp.
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