The spring/summer season of 2011 is without a doubt one of the most interesting seasons in terms of fashion trends offering a multitude of suggestions women can use to perk up their look. However, it's not uncommon to analyze various fashion trends as well as designer creations and to realize that they cannot be applied very well in the real life, which can cause a lot of disappointment. If you are wondering what are the most wearable fashion trends of the spring/summer 2011 season check out some of these trends as you will surely find something that will appeal to you.

The latest fashion trends are a great source of innovation when it comes to style, especially when we take look at the collections of some of the most talented designers of the moment.
However, not all the creations that designers make are designed to be worn on a daily basis, some being only a beautiful expression of their creative genius serving as artistic concepts. For fashionstas with a high degree of practical sense this can sometimes be a frustrating experience especially if these types of creations tend to be on the spotlight. However since there are many brilliant ideas that can be applied just the way they are, we've complied a quick selection of some of the next season's most wearable fashion trends:

Orange color trend: The spring designer collections are all about high energy, enthusiasm and excitement. From a psychological point of view all of these feelings are perfectly reflected by the color orange which has an energizing effect, which is exactly what some of the most important designers are trying to create by displaying a few fabulous creations.

The collections from Carlos Miele, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, Chris Benz, Brioni or Gucci were just a few of the collections that helped popularize this trend through a series of wonderful feminine designs.

Marc by Marc JacobsCarlos MieleCynthia SteffeRuffian

Flared pants: Bringing up a modern interpretation of the style that has become highly popular since the 70s the wide leg pants will be a hot trend for the next season being comfortable and stylish.

The high waist and the classic look they provide will certainly be an attractive feature for those who prefer to adopt a classic yet stylish look that still follows some of the season's most important trends. With a wide selection of both casual and formal choices it's becoming abundantly clear that variations of this trend will be everywhere in the following season.

Trench dresses: Although the military trend will be a little less popular compared to the fall/winter season of 2010-2011, its variations will continue to exist in different forms, trench coats being one of them.
Combining femininity and masculinity in a clever manner, these practical clothing items immediately create the impression of femininity while also having a strong authority vibe attached to them. Since they are highly versatile and practical they can be accessorized in many different ways to suit a variety of occasions.

DKNYCacharelAngelo MaraniBurberry Prorsum

Biker jackets: For those who are not keen on the idea of embracing overly feminine clothes that don't express their personality properly, biker jackets are a good alternative they can turn to.
Burberry Prorsum has launched an extremely modern and eye catching collection that is based on this idea featuring a great variety of different looks that can be obtained by using this concept. Extremely useful for early spring months as well as colder summer days, this is a fashion investment that will surely pay off in the long run.

Stylish floral prints: Few things can express the summer feeling and excitement better than a well chosen floral print pattern to liven up any outfit. Whether you opt for a feminine dress with small discreet prints or you choose to liven up your wardrobe with beautifully printed shorts like the ones from Collette Dinnigan's collection taking advantage of the multitude of patterns available in the following season will demonstrate your wonderful sense of style if you know how to choose them wisely.

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