20 Hottest Fashion Trends You Need To Know This Spring
Winter is slowly leaving us and the best part of transitioning to another season has come: it’s shopping time, ladies!
By the end of 2014 the runways had already presented to us hundreds of combinations, new items, ideas for new trends and reinvention of old ones for the upcoming season.
Luckily for you, we’ve done the research and followed closely the fashion weeks from New York, London, Paris and Milan. And we’ve put together a list of the 20 hottest and most wearable trends this spring!
And I have to say, this season is going to rock!
From the resurrection of Gingham and flares, reinvention of denim, to bride wear, sensual sheer and all the way to fancy aprons, this spring has got it all!
With a rich history, from American barn dance and all the way to the French beauty Brigitte Bardot, this particular type of plaid – gingham is the hottest print of the new season!
Inspirational: Oscar de la Renta, Diane von Furstenberg, Altuzarra
While the last season was all about the Wild West, now everything is more detailed and alive – all black with colorful fraying details or one piece-one color shaking. This spring’s keyword is definitely movement!
Inspirational: Tibi, Tory Burch, Rachel Comey
3. Medium-Size Obi Belts
The spring of 2015 has a powerful Asian vibe as you’re going to see even further. One of the main accessories of the season is the medium-size Obi belt with a little instruction: knot it to the side and show off that waist!
Inspiration: Suno, BCBG, Rebecca Taylor
4. Kimono-Style Trench Coats
Now you see the Asian influences I was telling you about? The Kimono-Style trench coat was seen all over the runways, giving us the comfortable and yet stylish item to complete our wardrobe this spring.
Inspiration: Tibi, Tracy Reese, Thakoon
For those of you who aren’t into yellow, I double dare you that you’ll find a shade this season you’re going to fall in love with. The runways were filled with various shades of yellow – from amber to saffron and all the way to mustard and marigold.
Inspiration: Michael Kors, Cushnie et Ochs, Rosie Assoulin
6. Statement Stripes
Stripes have never actually been out of the fashion scene, but this spring they are everywhere and designers have moved away from the classic version and rotated them 90 degrees. Yes, the new print is the vertical stripes!
Inspiration: Tibi, Tommy Hilfiger, Altuzarra
Honestly, I was already getting tired of the skinny pants and right on time the flares are back! The bellbottom rocked the runways in a minimalistic and modern approach.
Inspiration: Coach, Theory
Yes, jeans are a must for any season, but now they come in cropped and baggy cuts. And denim is everywhere – dresses, jumpsuits and even coats!
Inspiration: Adam Selman, Karen Walker, Rodebjer
9. One-Shoulder Cuts
I remember a few years ago there was a madness with one-shoulder cuts and now it’s that time again! The shoulders have once again became the hottest part of a woman’s body.
Inspiration: Ralph Lauren, Tanya Taylor, Jill Stuart
10. Polo-Style Shirts
As you may already noticed, designers are concentrating more and more on the sport wear. And Spring 2015’s new top is the Polo-style shirt, knitted or buttoned up, just show off that collar!
Inspiration: Ralph Lauren, Alexander Wang, Hugo Boss
11. Black and White
A classic really, couldn’t possibly miss the runways. But this season, the combination of black and white comes in crazy patterns and silhouettes.
Inspiration: Thakoon, DKNY, Public School
The shirtdress was one of the most exquisite items on the runways this season with incredible details – drop waists, covered in vertical stripes, double high slits and so on.
Inspiration: Altuzarra, Rebecca Minkoff, Charlotte Ronson
We’re already used to the cropped pants, but this spring it gets even better: the culottes are back! And thank God because they’re so comfortable and chic! Pair them up with high heels and blazers to define your silhouette.
Inspiration: Tibi, Thakoon, J. Crew
As I’m sure you remember, suede was a major trend in the autumn/winter collectiond and it’s here to stay for spring! From trench coats, pants, vests and all the way to A-line skirts, suede was everywhere!
Inspiration: Derek Lam, Gucci, Jason Wu
15. Bride Wear
This spring is about to get really dreamy with the gorgeous white hues that filled the runways. Designers played with white lace from mini-dresses to Victorian-era inspired looks. So if you’re planning on getting married in 2015, this is your year!
Inspiration: Louis Vuitton, Chloé, Givenchy
16. All Floral
But of course we have flowers for spring, what were you thinking? Only this year they are fresher, bigger and more abstract!
Inspiration: Miu Miu, Chanel, Marni
Sheer has built its way up to the top over the past seasons and it’s blossoming this spring! It’s sexy, elegant and will give the freedom every dress needs.
Inspiration: Roberto Cavalli, Ports 1961, Valentino
18. Trouser Suit
Designers have once again took their inspiration from menswear. The new trouser suit is improved, it comes with cowbell belts, pinstripes and many more. But attention, cropped trouser is a must!
Inspiration: Chanel, Céline, NINI
19. Blue and White
And if black and white is too boring for you, here’s a reinterpretation of it for this season: blue and white!
Inspiration: Alice+Olivia, Adeam, Herve Leger by Max Azria
20. The Chic Apron
Finally, a new trend for the most eccentric fashionistas! Designers have come up with a new layering technique and are using the skirts as aprons now. Minis or pencil skirts go over accordion dresses, oversize shirts and pants!
Inspiration: Donna Karan, Peter Som, Ostwald Helgason
What do you think about The Chic Apron trend? Would you wear it?
Which is your favorite trend this spring?
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