Summer/Spring Trends That Everyone Should Know About

With the summer upon us, we very well know the trends that are being followed all around the world. And the spring should come as no surprise to us as we know what to expect from it and here we have a few great spring/summer trends that you must follow.

Keep It Groovy

This is one major trend that is orbiting the fashion world this year. The fashion industry this year has taken a trip down the 1970. We have Marc Bolan glam look at Tom Ford, Gucci’s tank tops and the cut-off flares, Tommy Hilfiger’s Ziggy Stardust along with Chanel’s watercolor prints.

Hippy Suede

The Faux-fur is making way for suede this spring. The suedes were rocked at various events including the catwalks at Burberry, Derek Lam and also Gucci, in traditional and pastels forms too. And to please the brave fashionistas, there are suede trenches, shift dresses and flares too. For people looking for attires that are more breathable, we have suede maxi skirt and duffle bag along with knee-high boots.

Baggy Trousers

Sometime back, it was flares but the bell bottoms are now back. There is no need to be afraid of the flared hems and high waists are quite flattening on the figure. The cropped version is also available. These baggy pants were earlier spotted at the funky stuff at Celine, Louis Vuitton and Sonia Rykiel but now are available at various stores.

Deluxe Denim

Yes, it is well known that denims were always in fashion but for the summer/spring collection 2015. It was imagined and designed in Burberry’s fitted cropped jackets along with PVC collars, cow-gal shirt dresses from Gucci, oversized culottes from Celine, Sonia Rykiel’s boiler suits and many others.

Barre Is In

The fashion world has moved from the gym to the barre. Consider a lot of tulle (as spotted at the Burberry) along with floating tutu-style skirts and delicate color palette of nude pink. This trend is showed by Valentino, Armani and also Alberta Ferretti.

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