Tag Archives: #springtrends

8 Spring Style Trends You Need In Your Wardrobe

We know you find fashion lady’s love your designers, wardrobe, and trends. We’re not exactly mind readers, but thanks to the designers’ Spring ’17 runways, we can paint a pretty clear picture of the coming months in fashion. These looks set the pace for a new season, and it’s going to look a little different from the style world as you know it. Prepare for bolder prints, more frills, and some serious wardrobe disruption. While minimalism has ruled, 2017 is poised to bring some big change to our closets. We did our homework and watched our fashion weeks very carefully to come up with the perfect eight spring trends that are not just perfect for spring, but for every season. If you can rock all eight trends for spring, you are going to be set with your wardrobe for the rest of the year, and let me tell you they are absolutely worth it to take a peak at and try out.

ISN’T IT ROMANTIC // 1

Ruffles, voluminous sleeves, and nods to the Victorian era made Spring’s most covetable dresses decidedly romantic, and a touch more dramatic than your average day dresses.

(1)Erdem Spring 2017, (2)Oscar de la Renta Spring 2017, (3)Fenty x Puma by Rihanna Spring 2017, (4)Alexander McQueen Spring 2017, (5)Preen Spring 2017, (6)Rodarte Spring 2017.

VACATION PRINTS // 2

Spring’s florals are bright, splashy, and on vacation. The saturated, tropical-feeling motifs find their way onto everything, giving you those getaway vibes, even when you’re trapped at home.

(1)Peter Pilotto Spring 2017, (2)House of Holland Spring 2017, (3)Rosie Assoulin Spring 2017, (4)Tibi Spring 2017, (5)Ports 1961 Spring 2017, (6)Altuzarra Spring 2017.

TRACK HAPPY // 3

Fashion’s obsession with athleisure is a staple for Spring, delivering a riff on your favorite sweatpants and track pants. Dress them up or wear them right to the gym; either way, you’ll be right on trend.

(1)Vetements Spring 2017, (2)Fenty x Puma by Rihanna Spring 2017, (3)Markus Lupfer Spring 2017, (4)Isabel Marant Spring 2017, (5)Paul Smith Spring 2017, (6)Versace Spring 2017.

OVEREXPOSED // 4

Come Spring, overexposure will be the new norm, thanks to bra tops and bandeaus putting midriffs on full display. Opt for a little modesty with a sheer top draped over top or a jacket left wide open to show off everything.

(1)Dior Spring 2017, (2)Prada Spring 2017, (3)Bottega Veneta Spring 2017, (4)Fendi Spring 2017, (5)Gucci Spring 2017, (6)Anya Hindmarch Spring 2017.

EARN YOUR STRIPES // 5

The classic print rules for Spring, but it’s got a contemporary update in knits, sheer fabrics, and even asymmetrical cuts. And if you prefer a more traditional look, you might just want to snag new suit separates with the must-have pattern.

(1)Chanel Spring 2017, (2)Monse Spring 2017, (3)Chloé Spring 2017, (4)Erdem Spring 2017, (5)Fendi Spring 2017, (6)Lanvin Spring 2017.

WARDROBE RENEGADE // 6

Rules are meant to be broken, so why wear a button-down tucked in and buttoned up or a bra top underneath your blouse? Designers are begging you to push the envelope with clothes that are meant to be layered unexpectedly and outfits that come deconstructed.

(1)Monse Spring 2017, (2)Carven Spring 2017, (3)Céline Spring 2017, (4)Marni Spring 2017, (5)Ports 1961 Spring 2017, (6)Giambattista Valli Spring 2017.

80’S GLAM // 7

Full sleeves, high shine, and body-conscious fit signal the return of ’80s glam on the runway, ready to pump up the volume in your closet.

(1)Gucci Spring 2017, (2)Tom Ford Spring 2017, (3)Balmain Spring 2017, (4)Elie Saab Spring 2017, (5)Isabel Marant Spring 2017, (6)Preen Spring 2017.

PUNCTUATED IN PINK // 8

Pretty and soft isn’t the way you’ll think of Spring’s pink palette. The color was a designer favorite, punctuating runways with its ironic sweetness or, sometimes, bold, saturated fuchsias.

(1)Givenchy Spring 2017, (2)Bottega Veneta Spring 2017, (3)Céline Spring 2017, (4)Prabal Gurung Spring 2017, (5)Chanel Spring 2017, (6)Delpozo Spring 2017.

Hope you enjoyed our Spring savy trends!

Xx,B

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Trends: How to Style

Spring is in full swing and there are plenty of gorgeous fashion trends to try out in this warmer weather. We saw them on the runway; pastels, florals, mini skirts, denim, lace, and much more, but how do we actually style them? Well, not to worry! We took to Polyvore to create styling guides for the top three spring trends this season: 60’s Mod Chic, Denim on Denim, and Festival Vibes.

60’s Mod ChicScreen Shot 2015-03-30 at 9.59.05 PM

The main 60’s trend we saw everywhere on the runway was minis. This can be in the form of a dress, a skort, or a skirt, as long as it’s about mid thigh. The most common 60’s silhouette was a shift dress, sleeveless, with a high neckline and small darts at the bust. Also cute collars were popular, as well as pleating, and button ups. Colors and patterns ranged from light pastels in solid colors to bright, bold patterns. Fabrics such as gingham, brocade, and silk were also quite common and of course we can’t forget the platform heels and cat eye sunglasses.

Denim on DenimScreen Shot 2015-03-30 at 9.59.48 PM

We’ve mentioned it before, but the denim trend is too huge to ignore. The best way to pull off this look effortlessly is to play with different washes and weights. If you’re wearing a heavy weight dark jean, then pair it with a lighter wash chambray top. Another trend we saw with the denim was distressing. Whether this came in the form of holes and rips, or raw edges and unfinished hems, the “undone” look is very popular. Accessories are unlimited, after all, this is denim we’re talking about, it’s the ultimate neutral. We chose to stay fairly casual with trendy white converse and a chic drawstring bag.

Festival VibesScreen Shot 2015-03-30 at 9.59.24 PM

Spring marks the beginning of festival season, which means hippie chic, flowing fabrics, bold colors, cool to wear, and of course dance functionality. Whether or not someone is going to an actual music festival, this style seems to boom in spring and summer. This season, we’re bound to see plenty of crochet lace, chiffon, silk, and breathable cotton. Rompers, maxi skirts, crop tops, and light dresses are extremely popular; along with fringe, paisley, art deco prints, and florals. Accessorize with strappy sandals, most likely gladiator style, and big floppy hats.