Get Ready for Spring!S/S 2015 Trends -- The Round Up
Over the last two weeks, we’ve shared two of our favorite trends for the upcoming Spring. Gingham and grid prints — what a time to be alive! If these trends are too checkered for you and you’re worried about looking like a picnic blanket (it’s okay, I’ve had these thoughts too), don’t worry because Spring 2015 trends are takin’ it back to the good ol’ days with comfort. That’s right, you didn’t read wrong. Comfort. Luxury. Wearability. It’s all about rockin’ killer outfits and feeling comfortable at the same time. Read along to find out which other trends are currently dominating the scene.
70s vibes anyone? The era many people know and hated is coming back with full force — this time injected with sophistication. Suede especially is making its way back to our closets with revivals from Chloé, Céline, Valentino, Givenchy and Saint Laurent. Our only warning when you incorporate this fabric into your wardrobe? Avoid inclement weather at all times.
All White Looks
That whole “Never wear white after labor day” rule is over. It’s not so much about wearing all white anymore as much as it is about how you wear it. Frame Denim, the LA based company that focuses on fashion essentials, showcased monochromatic looks in their most recent Spring collection evoking a crisp, 70s vibe that we can’t get enough of. With other designers like Michael Kors showcasing all white looks, you can bet TheLoDown will embrace this chic and minimal mindset.
From Rebecca Minkoff to Altuzarra, designers are elevating shirtdresses to a whole new level. Expect to see them in stores with all kinds of twists — asymmetric hemlines, ankle-length, knee-length, and of course, the classic button-down.
Flats and Sneakers
Chanel with its embellished couture sneakers and Dior with its sequined sneakers should be credited for making fashionistas far and wide push their heels aside for a pair of trainers several seasons ago. Now, we have Marc Jacobs and Peter Soms reinventing flats. Fashion doesn’t always have to be pain.
Denim on denim? There was a time when this would be unacceptable, but that time is not Spring 2015. This season, the humble workwear fabric received an upgrade from Stella McCartney, Prada, Burberry Prorsum and beyond, even receiving its own special celebration with Alexa Chung’s denim collection for AG Jeans. Embellish, layer and decorate your denim any way you’d like because when it comes to denim, only one idea is clear: the fashion industry is having an indigo moment.
What do you think? Are these trends you’ll be wearing? Let us know below!