Fashion week may have been over but judging from what we’ve seen from the runway, we will all have fun dressing up this Spring. If you’re like me and you’re always looking out for what’s hot in fashion to incorporate into your wardrobe, here are a few of the styles that stood out at the runway shows:
Sixties-Inspired Outfits. Think flower power, bright colors, a-line dresses, graphic checks, and Mary Jane shoes. This trend was seen from Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, and Moschino.
Linear Prints. From plaid to two-tone grids, to squares, and checkerboard patterns, Spring will be all about graphics. This look was spotted from Marc Jacobs (his stunning runway show was a hit among fashionistas), Thom Brown, Emporio Armani, Dries van Noten, SportMax, David Koma, Daks, Jonathan Saunders and Louis Vuitton.
Pastel Colors Inspired by Laduree. The hues of decadent macarons like spearmint, baby blue, and soft pink was spotted at the London Fashion Week. These sweet pastels will liven up your day and they are perfect to wear this Spring. Designerrs like Erdem, Christopher Kane, Michael Vanderham, Corrie Neilsen, Meadham Kirchhoff, Emilia Wickstead, Mulberry, Antonio Marras, Fendi, Ports 1961, Prada, Sonia Rykiel, Viktor & Rolf and Valentino took this trend to heart and made stunning pieces.
Cropped Pants and Jackets. Short is the way to go this season. This look was spotted from designers Balenciga, Chanel, and Alexander McQueen.
Bombers. This piece is the jacket to have this season. Be it elegant, sweet, or sporty, almost every designer at Fashion Week had one including Loewe, Jonathan Saunders, Erdem, Chanel, Stella McCartney, Antipodium, and Zoe Jordan.
Pencil Skirts. This is the perfect piece to match bombers. Pencil skirts were seen from Oscar dela Renta, Roland Mouret to Michael Van Der Ham, Erdem, Christopher Kane, Prada, and Alexander McQueen.
Fringe. This look for Spring this year is inspired by the Roaring ‘20s and the 1970s disco scene. This season, delicate and sleek trimmings will be all the rage thanks to the designers who brought it to the runway including Nina Ricci, Bottega Veneta, and Versace.
I hope you have a fun time dressing up this season, ladies!