Spring is all about fresh trends, looks, styles, and there’s always something new worth looking forward to. If you are a fashion addict, you probably know the fun of spring trends. Since 2016 collections were revealed last year, it is the right time to take a check at the trends of the season. We aren’t talking about trends that can be restricted for spring, but ideas that will surely work as classics for anytime of the year. Without wasting any more time, let’s get started right away.
Rethought: We all think of the white shirt as a classic that can be teamed for formal, semi-formal and casual looks with the same kind of ease, which is pretty amazing. For spring collections, designers rethought the idea and came up with innovative designs for the white shirt, including cut-outs, use of lace, ruffles and much more. If you like to experiment, this is one trend that should make the most sense. Don’t worry, you can find a lot of ideas and designs that can match the needs of daily wear within your budget. Check the collections of Anthony Vaccarello, Fendi, and Vera Wang.
Functional: Something is very unique about pleats. Pleated dresses and skirts can lend an amazing feminine touch to the entire look that you will be spoilt for choices. Many of the top fashion labels, including Hermès, Carolina Herrera, Chanel, and Emilio Pucci worked with functional pleats that looked amazing on the runways. You can look as good as the models off the runways too! Ideally a pleated dress is what you would need for the summer. Add a nice sports bra, a pair of heels and a bright colored summer pleated dress for that perfect look. For tights and sports bras, click here.
Bold: Since we are talking about wearable trends, we cannot get away without mentioning stripes! Stripes was popular in the following designers' collections: Christian Dior, Alexander Wang, and Max Mara. The bold stripes for spring 2016 were all about massive use of accenting colours, which created an instant impression. In fact, if you own one of the outfits straight from the runways, you probably wouldn’t need to check for any extra accessories. Also, there were a few looks at DKNY and Elie Saab, which were minimal and still worked wonders. The best choice should be a dress that has some nice bright colors.
Hope you found a lot of the things you needed for the spring! Start making your bucket list right away, and since these are more classic trends, you can take them ahead to the fall as well. Stay stylish and happy!
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