Roundup for the Best Trends from Spring 2015 Collections! – Edition 2
In the last post, we had a complete new range of trends coming straight from the Spring-2015 collections. As we promised, we are bringing in more ideas and trends that we found worth drooling for. Going back to the list of trends, here are some more to look forward to, and if you haven’t completed shopping, check some things you might to add to the bucket list.
Enjoy the spring with gingham: Easily one of the conventional trends of Spring 2015 is the gingham, which blends the beauty of feminine and cute print, but this time, the designers didn’t go for red or pink. We saw Altuzarra and Lela Rose do some great things with the cuts, and the colours in focus were blue and black. To be precise, black seemed to rule and make the best statement, but we definitely look forward to some great designs in other colours. Hopefully most of the online stores will have these designs by the end of October.
Go all baggy and neat: While tailored looks have their own pluses, there is nothing more stylish for the coming season than those slouchy and loose suits that we spotted at many designers. Strangely, the same trend came to the forefront in the Menswear Spring 2015, which certainly indicates that these are elements that you would see for much more than just spring. In the women’s collection, we loved the way these well tailored and styled suits were customized and put with a trench design coat. Ideally, you should be looking for something in the comfort zone, and if you already own the tailored suit, probably the next step is to get a trench design with the belt.
Get more of the skirt atop dress idea: If you had the chance to see Peter Som and Tome, you must have seen the new idea of using a skirt as a layer. This is probably not easy for everyone to carry off, mainly because you would be putting a skirt atop the dress or gown, but it’s edgy and gutsy for sure. The look was not just about contrasts, so even a skirt that goes over a matching dress is like a new fresh breath of style. Ostwald Hengason seemed to make the most of the idea by giving it a more practical touch, but this one makes us wonder how far we can love this trend.
Back in suede: Well, unless you are against suede, this is a spring 2015 trend that you wouldn’t want to miss. We saw the trend at Jason Wu, Tibi and Altuzarra to name a few, and the designs went from being just simple to high slit dresses and lot more. The idea is to go for suede, but probably without a huge focus. However, what’s correct with most designers is the coming of minimalism, so there were no unwanted detailing or edge in the looks- everything in suede was classy and happening!
Hope you already have taken your cues, and if not, we just may have more to come!
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