2017 has just begun, but the top designers have already determined what you will be wearing over the next 12 months !
So for those who want to know what is going to happen in the fashion industry this year, here are the few fashion trends that will help you update your wardrobe for the new season.
RUFFLES, FRILLS AND LACE :
Thought that ruffles and frills were for childhood birthday parties? Well, for spring/summer 2016 they’re back, decorating collars, hemlines and forming all-over cascading tiers, providing us with fashion’s most romantic fashion trend. Elegance and feminity are back in trend this year. And what could be more feminine than lace dresses, light ruffles, and playful frills? Embrace this fashion trend, and don’t be afraid to add a touch of frivolity to your look. This time around, they’ve been given an elegant makeover and more wearable than ever. Sure, ruffles still imbue a feminine charm, but they also add a sense of drama that makes for a perfect evening look.To avoid looking too saccharine, opt for a structured or exaggerated flounce and work with a pair of tailored trousers. Those only dipping into the trend should consider a yoke blouse or ruffle trim shirt, which look great teamed with a pair of boyfriend jeans. Or tuck a frilled shirt into a thigh-baring pencil skirt for a grown-up look.
SUMMER AND FLORAL PRINTS :
Bright floral prints have been hot for several seasons already, and we can see why. After all, such clothing pieces can be worn not only in summers but also in cooler months. A colorful bomber or a skirt with gorgeous floral prints can’t help but cheer you up on a dull rainy day, reminding you that summer is just around the corner. Florals aren’t exactly a new, innovative or experimental trend. Revisited every spring/summer, it’s a look that’s as synonymous with the season as pastels, bright colours or the ubiquitous boho – but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. There’s a reason it’s a trend that’s reinvented every year; it’s classic, unabashedly feminine and there’s a floral print out there to suit almost every style.
SPORTY CHIC :
Sporty chic, with its universality and simplicity, has always been popular among fashionistas around the world. Just don’t forget about some basic rules when choosing this style: do not combine more than three colors in your outfir, avoid bright logos, and do not overload your look with unnecessary details. Add those sneakers in your look with a denim dress or with your casual denim n tee and you are ready to rock the town.
CROP TOPS :
It seems that the trends of early 2000s have found their way back onto the runway as well as into our wardrobes. A casual crop top can be easily mixed and matched with almost anything in your wardrobe, whether it be a jeans, a skirt, or shorts. Its totally in fashion these days and you can see people wearing crop tops as in crop sweaters in winters also, so don’t restrict to flaunt your look in crop tops to summers only.
People say stripes are not for the heavier side people, but its not all true, if worn in a right manner and with right pattern anyon can look classy. Perhaps stripes is going to be one of the most important fashion trend of this season. So get ready to see this timeless pattern in all sizes and colors on everything from pants to knit dresses and bags. If you want to make your look more feminine and classy, try mixing striped pieces with solid-colored items.
Is khaki the new black? Militry-style clothing has become a trend among many people over the last few years. This season, khaki color is widely used for both feminine clothing pieces and for more casual items resembling militry uniform. This shade of green looks great with all skin tones and doesn’t wash you out as much as black does. It’s as flattering as black can be in terms of its slimming qualities – especially if you go for a darker tone. So you can go for a khaki one piece, or a jumpsuit, or a simple jacket to add style to your look.
SHADES OF PINK :