Tomorrow’s Trends – What To Expect From Spring Fashion 2016
Alright, so the year’s nearly coming to a close, and there are only a few months left before we say goodbye to that chilly winter breeze and hello to the fresh spring air. Just like the changing seasons, it’s ideal (not to mention necessary) that we choose to change our outfits as well. So let’s talk about Spring Fashion 2016
Right now, your wardrobe might look like a sheep just gave birth. There’s probably tons of sweaters, knits, coats, and jackets just pushing their way out of your already jam packed closet. While you’re doing your spring cleaning, you might also want to do a little spring shopping. Trends are changing, and those thick summer clothes just won’t cut spring fashion. If you want to know what we expect might be the trendy styles of the new season, then you’ve come to the right place.
Victorian All Day, Everyday
Yes, bring back the ruffles, the puffy sleeves, the flamboyant floral designs, and the high, flashy necklines. This year, we’re seeing a lot of Victorian fashion coming back, as demonstrated by Emilia Wickstead in one of her recent shows.
Rated-X – Move over, off shoulders, and say hello to the X neckline. This sexy cut makes for the ultimate sensual silhouette and so there’s no doubt it’ll be making a scene in spring fashion. Givenchy, Derek Lam, and Jason Wu were just a few of the designers who employed this sultry neckline in their latest shows.
The White Shirt – With a twist, of course. Why opt for a plain button down when you can go for an edgier, modern cut? Don’t know what we’re talking about? Maybe a good look at Tome, Monzo, or Zac Posen’s recent fashion shows will give you a better idea.
Best Foot Forward – Footwear trends are changing as well, and this spring we’re seeing a lot of flat mules. Try not to go for a pair that’s too nanny granny, though, unless that’s your thing, in which case, to each his own.
Pretty Pleats – Pleats may seem a little grade school to you, but they’re making a giant senior year comeback. Try going for a flowy floor length dress or a nice mid-length skirt with pleats, and you’ll be sure to rock the runways that you like to imagine the sidewalks to be (don’t lie, we’ve all done it before.)
What did you think about our Spring Fashion 2016 list? Do you have any other spring style suggestions or forecasts? We’d love to hear what you think!