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Published on: 11 Apr 2017 by scott089
So you know fashion like the back of your hand, don’t you? One look, and you can confidently say, “This will become the next big thing”. Well, then, you probably also noticed how different and varied fashion has become in recent years. These days, everybody’s got a say, which is good because that means, people have finally come to realize that just because their favorite celebrity wore a dress elegantly, it does not mean that the same piece will look good on them.
Fashion for all
This season, though, there are top five spring fashion trends that will suit practically anybody. The only element that will separate the fashion-forward from the fashion ignoramus is attitude. Here are our top five picks for you this Spring:
1. Baby Boomer Fashion
You must have gone over your mother’s closet when you were a little girl. Perhaps, you tried on her full-faced sunglasses strapped to the neck, even attempted to put on her chiffon-lined calf-length skirt with a built-in bow tie on the collar. Well, it will do you good to recall what you’ve seen in her closet back in the days but, better do your research by going as far back as when your mom was only a teenager, because this Spring, we’re welcoming back 50s and 6s fashion with open arms
Colorful geometric and floral patterns, A-line balloon skirts, knitted stripes, butterfly sleeves in sheer fabric, large, bright colored, pattern printed scarves, and vintage inspired prints are hot details to have this Spring. To get your post-war look on, go see what Dolce and Gabbana, Prada and Miu Miu brought to the runway.
2. Embroidered and over accentuated pieces
This season, fashion is screaming for attention and yet you should be prepared to put on very feminine, very rich, intricately designed pieces of clothing meant to be worn with much excess and a pinch of extravagance. Sheer, cool fabrics that showcase your silhouette paired with your more more casual pieces like a leather coat or a denim jacket, and ankle-length booties will be among this season’s hottest ensembles.
See how old world glamour and modern minimalist can be beautifully fused together by checking out the collections for this season of Dolce and Gabbana, and Alexander McQueen.
3. Metallic Dresses
We fell in love with the pastel pieces that were worn on the runway of Elie Saab. She had models parade down the runway in chic, flowy, kimono-inspired dresses in peaches and baby blues, but also in sea foam greens and bright pinks. Plus, these are so unlike the Spring Fashion Trends we’ve seen before — they’re sewn in metallic fabric.
A flowy, maxi dress is a must-have for Spring. This season, consider getting one that’s Elie Saab inspired. If you want to get the trend in metallic khaki shades, check out how Ralph Lauren pulled together the stunning kimono-style dresses in his collection.
This season is all about excessiveness, carrying on from last Fall’s rich velvets. Since, we’re bracing for the warmer months ahead, we are also bringing the ruffles to work out beautiful assymetrical cuts, uneven sleeves, soft collars, and plenty of layers into our spring fashion pieces.
Bring the salsa into your Spring vibe by choosing soft, layered fabrics that sways with your arms and body. Get inspired by the floral bralette and belted skirt pairing from Altuzarra and the knitted full-length column dress from Oscar dela Renta
This season will love both the nude brown and the dark green varieties. Still, we think that the nude brown khaki will give you a more relaxed, and cooler appearance as the temp slowly surges to searing hot. In fact, we advise you to forget the military khaki and instead, focus on getting yourself sheer, flowy fabrics to get into the trend. Silk and metallic textiles will feel more luxurious to your skin.
Since khaki is so plain, stand out by picking up your accessories carefully. Match it with tribal-inspired, chunky necklaces in either wood or metal.
"A little bad taste is like a nice splash of paprika. We all need a splash of bad taste—it's hearty, it's healthy, it's physical. I think we could use more of it. No taste is what I'm against." Fashion editor, Diana Vreeland, used to say. Don’t be afraid to wear fashion. What’s more important is that you’re having fun dressing up.