By  on September 14, 2018

Spring 2019 could be the season that stores have been hoping for as a strong economy, record low unemployment and the kind of fashion retailers dream about could further spur consumers to shop for clothes.

The collections seen at New York Fashion Week were full of color, tailoring, embellishment and newness, which may at last enable fashion to shake off what has been seen as a case of the “blahs,” and continue to fuel retailers’ optimism after a strong first half and early fall. Spring 2019 also might mark a shift in style, as retailers said they are beginning to see designers move away from the never-ending streetwear toward more romantic and feminine looks.

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