It’s almost Spring and with so many trends to choose from, we have selected our top five to make your selection and shopping experience a little bit easier.
Mixed Prints: It’s not an easy trend to pull off, because you can totally get it all wrong. One of our biggest peeves is when we rock up at Fashion Week, only to see a ton of influencers being photographed in obscure outfits. It’s not stylish, it stands out because its fucking ridiculous. Anyways, Mary Katrantzou, Emporio Armani and Temperley London all showcased mixed prints at their latest Spring Summer (SS) shows at London Fashion Week. To style this trend, keep a single colour in mind. You can go crazy with different prints, but for cohesiveness, try repeating one colour throughout your ensemble.
Transparency: Romantic and lavish. We totally adore this trend, because there are so many ways to wear it. Taking us back to the 90s no doubt, we love transparent fabrics styled with detailed undergarments that can totally take the look to the next level. We were totally vibing the trend at Jason Wu and Jeremy Scott’s SS shows.
Americana: Calvin Klein, Monse, Zero + Maria Cornejo were all inspired by this trend at their last SS runway shows. We love primary colours styled together, and you can never go wrong with a classic red, blue and white ensemble. Throw on a killer bomber jacket and a great shoulder bag and you’re ready to take on the day!
Satins: Always classic and as far as we are concerned can never go out of fashion. The usual suspects like Simone Rocha and Christopher Kane shared beautifully crafted garments at their SS shows and we legit cannot wait to style shiny satin fabrics this season. Visit our Instagram for more images of our favorite designers who included this trend in their runway shows.
Fringe It Up: Vionnet, Bottega Veneta, Marco De Vincenzo and Salvatore Ferragamo left us with real party vibes after their SS shows. It’s a great look that you can easily style from day to night and always gives you that party girl fee. It looks great on any silhouette, as its movement can add or distract from the areas you choose. Have fun with this look!