Spring Trends Of 2016
The New York fashion week has just finished. The trends are out. This year the fashion week has defined quite a lot of trends that are here to stay. Like every year, there are certain perennial favorites this year too. The ramp of New York Fashion Week 2015 showcased laces, floral, and ruffles. There are some mixed bags of designs that the fashion week this year featured. There were dresses for wearing during the day and there are dresses that are for the daywear. In all, this year’s fashion event set a few trends that are here to stay for the whole next year. Let’s elaborate on this…
The fashion trends have gone too feminine with the resurgence of bows. This year the New York Fashion Week has shown too many of bows in blouses, skirts, and dresses. So, the next time you are planning to place an order for a new dress, make sure that you are choosing bows. Stay in the loop!
Let the spring breeze past your shoulders. Wear bare shoulder clothes this spring. There were many designers in the New York fashion Week who showed much enthusiasm with bare shoulder dresses. Among them, Prabal Gurung, Derek lam, and Jason Wu were some who are worth thanking for to make this trend a hot one for the spring.
Plaids are not limited to school skirts anymore! This year New York Fashion Week showed a lot of bold plaids in the dresses by some of the top designers like Victoria Beckham and Marc Jacobs. There are plaids at the front of the dresses and at the center – head to toe. So, you could never go wrong in plaids.
When it comes to colors, orange is very much “in”. So, apply a strong dose of color the coming spring to be able to be the showstopper. Designers like Adam Selman and Dion Lee have used a lot of citrus colors to the dresses and it is guaranteed to set you apart from everyone around you. Double up the muse of spring with the colors like orange and citrus yellow. Adding a dash of red to the dress will help to bring that interesting contrast.
Tie-dye dresses are all over the New York Fashion runway this year. The coming spring is also going to see a lot of tie-dye dresses. You will definitely need that modern hippie swirl. This style has been everywhere – from t-shirts to beachside dresses. Not just laces and tie-dye styles, the fashion week also showcased fringes. There had been fringes everywhere – from army jackets to evening dresses. The fringes are womanly and as well as give that swirly movement to the dresses. So, move to your own music with a dress that has fringes as ascents.
Stripes are no longer the territory of men’s formals. The New York Fashion Week has seen too much of stripes in designer wear collections by designers like Alexander Wang and Anna Sui. Among the perennial collections there was denim. Designers including Jil Sanders have worked a lot on designs on denims.