Can you feel it? Spring 2015 is here! And she doesn’t come alone
To tell you the truth, spring 2015 collection is very tricky. This season you will: be taken back in time, swept off your feet with the bohemian sentiments, have a huge dose of femininity in your sporty look, feel sensual and desired with the asymmetrical hems and many more.
If you are getting hitched in 2015 – you are lucky! Go check the 9th trend in the list, there is a little surprise for you. You’re going to luv it
The winning beauty look of this season is loose, flowing, air-dried hair with just a small touch of makeup.
We’ve put together a cheat sheet of this spring’s trends for you to be able to choose only what you love. Here’s what you need to know about this season:
- Gingham – the classic and trendy print
It’s not that gingham prints are something new, but this Spring it is SUPER-trendy! Designers presented it in a wide variety of colors, so the chances for you to find EXACTLY what like are very high!
The gingham pattern has a long history, which includes American barn dance and a classy-sexy French lady Brigitte Bardot, who wore the tablecloth fabric for her famous wedding day.
If you want to keep your look flirty and fun, wear a gingham dress.
- ‘70s hippie spirit
Every season, a certain decade dominates over the runway, and spring 2015 is all about ’70, baby! What we have now is subtle touches in retro lapel shapes, tank tops and cut-off flares at Gucci, watercolor prints at Chanel, a variety of pant silhouettes, and an abundance of denim.
There are also some hippie motifs, which correspond with modern trends in an ideal harmony. Now pick something and get a nostalgic feeling.
- Luxurious suede
Suede has returned to the runway! And it’s not a surprise since there is a 70s mood in the air of fashion this spring. Gorgeous girls wearing suede were seen across catwalks at Derek Lam, Gucci and Burberry.
Choose whatever you like, or LOVE: suede duffle bag, maxi-skirt or high-knee boots. Furthermore, you can get a cooled-down effect with pastel purples and bold blues. And it even has crossover effects in reds and mustard yellows!
- Bohemian season
It’s also the time for the bohemian sentiments to sweep us off our feet and carry to some lovely, romantic place. It’s an irresistible, colorful and dreamy look.
Being influenced by fashion gurus like Valentino and Vera Wang, Altuzarra went for a softer look this season. There’s no doubt bohemian goes high-fashion this spring.
- Denim – pure luxury
In today’s fashion world, denim is literally everywhere and you can totally wear it from top to toe.
This season it is represented in bedazzled pants (at Dolce & Gabbana), oversized culottes (at Celine), comfy jumpsuits (at Chloé), asymmetrical dresses (at Bottega Veneta), cow-gal shirt dresses (at Gucci) and boiler suits (at Sonia Rykiel).
So… it’s a full spectrum of unique interpretations.
Fringe had a successful trendy 2014 year, but this spring it comes back and it only gains in magnitude. Add some sexy movement to your look with the flapping, sparkish and swinging fringe.
Athletic influences have made the sporty look possible. For spring 2015, there will be a huge dose of elegance, beauty and subtlety thanks to this look.
The most trendy choice this season is lace-up styling. If you want to feel like you are racing through a catwalk, go with the sporty look!
- Asymmetrical hems – Sexy Is The New Black
Want to feel even sexier than you already are? Go with the extremely sensual asymmetrical hems. So hot and yet so casual at the same time… This look will definitely win the heart of your man.
Three words: super-hot and sexy.
- Bridal White
Spring 2015 collection blooms with fresh bridal ideas. If you are getting hitched in 2015, this is your super-lucky and trendy year! This season runways had a wide variety of stunning white hues: from thigh-grazing mini-dresses at Louis Vuitton and Chloé to Victorian-era looks with a modern touch.
- Skirt layering
Designers teach us how to layer with style. This spring it’s all about skirts of layering and wrapping up mini, midi and maxi dresses, which definitely creates a new and desired look. Designers from Peter Som to Donna Karan are presenting new life to the skirt this season.