You are a shopping lover and you want the most trending products? Or you are seeking the commodities that are in high-demand to make more money? We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 trending products in demand of 2019.
Shapewear is shaping up to be one of the best evergreen niches to start a store in. For the second year in a row, this product category has made the list. By 2022, the shapewear market is expected to skyrocket to about $5.6 billion in sales. What started as an undergarment has transitioned to a piece for everyday wear.
Fashion retailers are also stocking their stores with bodysuits which help create a slimming silhouette. The shapewear niche offers women a variety of different styles that can either be worn under clothing with different cuts or as a top, though shapewear is still popular within the lingerie industry where it first emerged.
2. Men’s plaid shirt
In September 2018, shoppers went mad for plaid, making it one of the biggest men’s fashion trends of the year. But that doesn’t mean this trend is showing signs of slowing down. Just take a quick look at Google Trends. Every year in the autumn and early winter months, plaid searches re-emerge as a seasonal trend.
When it comes to trending products with a plaid pattern, start with the simple designs first. Plaid shirts like this one follow the traditional style, making it one of the most popular plaid shirts to date.
In fashion, trends are constantly changing. However, athleisure is one fashion trend that’s here to stay. And that’s why it’s made the last two years in a row. Athleisure is active wear worn as an everyday look rather than for athletic purposes like going to the gym. Within this category, you can sell everything from sweatshirts, sweatpants, leggings, sports bras, tank tops, headbands, capris, and shoes, all in countless colours and styles.
4. Travel accessories
With the rise of digital nomads, travelling the world has never been more popular. So it’s not surprising that this scratch-off world map is driving strong sales for store owners.
Therefore, travel accessories are currently and will be in really high demand.
5. Automotive accessories
As cars become increasingly digital, digital automotive accessories are becoming more popular among consumers.
it comes to Automotive accessories, you’ll want to focus on visual platforms like Facebook and Instagram. You can also try promoting your product in automotive Facebook groups if you’re on a tight budget. But make sure you reach out to those admins before adding your link as it may be against their rules.
Around 1.2 billion watches are sold globally each year. And the number keeps rising. Last year we saw the rise of minimalist watches. For 2019, smartwatches will likely continue trending upward.
7. Minimalist jewelry
Some people prefer the finer things in life. Fortunately, minimalist jewelry has been seeing strong sales growth for online retailers in the jewelry space. Even Google Trends shows there have been more frequent, high volume searches from consumers for this type of jewelry.
8. Heated vests
Outdoor enthusiasts and workers, such as snowboarders, ice fishers, hunters, or airport crew will likely be bundling up with a heated vest this winter. This trending product heats up to three preset temperatures: 25, 35, and 45 degrees Celsius. And it only takes about three seconds to start heating up making it ideal for those frigid, winter days.
9. Ankle boots
The footwear niche is expected to have an annual growth rate of about 8.1% until 2023. While ankle boots are currently stepping up in terms of searches and sales, there are plenty of other footwear products you can promote on your store as well.
Trending products like these versatile boots can perform well on visual platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Consider running ads to women their mid-twenties and thirties as they’re most likely to be the ideal target audience for this boot.
10. Posture corrector
A study found that people spent about 77% of their waking life in a sitting or sedentary position. Along with the same note, most people working at their desks use laptops, which results in them looking down instead of directly in front. Kenneth Hansraj, a spinal surgeon, has been studying the spinal changes caused by looking down at your phone. And our postures only seem to be getting worse.
So, there’s no better time than now to start selling or buying trending products like this posture corrector. Start building good health and enjoy life now!