Trend Roundup- More Wearable Trends from 2016– Part 2
Welcome back! After a big round of trend checks last week, we are back with some more. If you have been following the fashion weeks, you know there is a lot to take in. We are here to make things simple. Rather than rambling, let’s just jump in the most fun trends of 2016, which are not just chic but extremely wearable.
Love the shirt: Well, the white shirt is one of the classics, and you probably don’t want to ruin it right away. However, spring 2016 had a lot of revamped shirts and tops, and most of them made an instant impact. If you haven’t been trying new things, we insist you invest in this trend. There are some amazing stuff in designer stores, starting from asymmetrical hemlines to cut-outs, use of lace and more. This is a completely wearable trend and you would like to get back at it in all coming springs!
The velvet finish: Amazing shows like that of Ralph Lauren, Prabal Gurung, and Mara Hoffman had a lot of velvet looks for fall 2016, and in all likeliness, you will see more of this trend in the upcoming seasons, as well. We know velvet can be quite a tricky material to play around, and not many would be willing to wear a complete velvet dress. However, a little mixing here and there can go wonders. Check online on some of the stores, and you will find quite a few choices. Dresses matched with a pair of nice boots should be the perfect pick for the season.
More ties: A lot of tied-elements appeared on the runways this year, and we cannot have enough of them. Firstly, we had some amazing obi belts, just to show off the amazing waistline, and then we had some amazing ribbon neckties, which looked great with the fall looks. Both were amazing trends and anyone and everyone would love to sport a few of these ideas, without really overdoing the rest of the accessories. If you haven’t tried something of this sort, as yet, you should look for some more feminine materials like lace, chiffon and satin for creating chic looks. Not to forget, this doesn’t have to be over the budget, at all.
We would also like to point here that leather remained among the most used material in 2016, mainly for the fall, but we deliberately chose to ignore the same since we really don’t really support leather. However, if you love leather looks, you can check some of the nicer faux options on leading brands, which are free from animal skin. Natural looking leather looks made the most noise this season, so black and brown should be on your list.
With that, we are done with the best trends from the shows of 2016. For the upcoming posts, we will talk of more style and fashion and some new ideas. Do come back for more!
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