We’re starting to think seriously about next season’s biggest fashion trends. What does that mean for you? Well, we worked overtime to make sure you know what you’ll be wearing come Spring 2015 right now. Stores are already trying to get rid of their winter stock to make room for the spring 2015 fashion trends that everybody will be wearing. From the following photos you can find out what will be popular and trendy this spring and to get ideas and inspiration how to wear the most popular trends this spring.
Fall may have brought us proper plaids, but for spring it’s all about the tiny check. The best part? It has a sexy, swingy vibe. Referenced on both sides of the pond, the gridlock pattern has a history that includes American barn dance and French bombshell Brigitte Bardot, who famously wore the tablecloth fabric on her wedding day. This season gingham covered everything from baja minidresses to mink fur coats.
Ditch your mini-skirts and tank tops for something a bit more romantic (and comfortable). The new boho look for spring 2015 comes courtesy of designers such as Vera Wang, who sent soft floor-sweeping dresses down the runway; Dries Van Noten, who got creative with funky prints; and Tommy Hilfiger, who dressed his models in hippie looks with a twist.
Found on nearly every single Spring runway, stripes are making a major statement, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the bigger the better. Instead, we’re seeing designers play with positioning and placement, as with the striped treatment on textiles at Tibi.
“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” Yes, we’ll never get tired of listening to Miranda Priestly chastise a Runway minion, but she does have a point. Fortunately, designers such as Chanel, Marni and Miu Miu offered thoroughly modern florals for the thoroughly modern woman. Think big, bold and unabashedly feminine. Florals: they’re here for good.
If clothes can be transportive, prepare to take a wild adventure come Spring. Major designers seemed to have a safari in mind as they created chic khaki trench dresses, poncho coats, fern prints, and camo-inspired pieces that were anything but invisible. Not at all about roughing it, these safari-inspired looks have an upscale aesthetic.
Before you scoff and say “not for me,” hear us out. From amber and canary to saffron and marigold, trust that there is a shade of yellow for everyone. The trick is figuring out your skin’s undertone, then finding the hue that best complements it.