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    I'm applying for a job at Oasis and there's a section which asks 'What are the current 3 must have fashion trends of the season?'

    Any ideas?
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    legings?
    tunics?
    denim jackets?
    maybe have a look in some magazines
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    Leggings/Jeggings? I hardly see anyone in jeans anymore..
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    Does footwear count, e.g gladiator sandals?
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    Jeggings
    Gladiator sandals
    Wooden/Ethnic jewelery
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    Acid wash jeans.
    Crop tops.
    Floral Prints and or denim.
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    it depends really whether you're going for the high street trends or the actual trends.
    for the actual trends they're listed here (the vogue website):
    http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/trends/
    for the high street trends i'd say it's things like denim leggings, bleached denim jackets etc.
    but having just looked on the oasis website, it looks like they're going for things like 80s style jumpsuits, hareem trousers and dresses with shoulder pads...
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    Bumping this, as I need help in regards to the same question!
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    Anyone??
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    The biggest trends for S/S 10 as seen in Vogue:

    Pastels
    Nudes
    Animal Print
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    The Times style said denim jackets/shirts, Underwear as outerwear and sports wear with heels. I did an oasis application last summer and didn't get a reply .
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    Thank you! Anymore suggestions out there?

    Jeggings still in?
 
 
 
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