Spring/Summer 2015 Trends

There are so many trends for the Spring/Summer season of 2015. Big blossoms, the 1970s and utilitarianism were just some themes seen throughout collections.

Suede Suede Suede

Since suede is a heavy weight fabric not normally used in the Spring/Summer seasons, you should opt for a lighter colour such as creme or a heather grey. Chloe -Spring 2015 RTW style.com

Utilitarianism

Garments that are normally seen on the battle field were all over the runways. These pieces are great for casual days like going shopping with the girls. 

 Marc Jacobs -Spring 2015 style.com

GINGHAM!

Whether it’s a casual button down for lunch with the girls or a cute little two piece for those hot summer days gingham is the perfect print to give your look a pop!

 

Diane Von Furstenberg refinery29.com

Bigger Blooms!

There is no doubt that florals are the go to pattern for Spring/Summer. In the past we have seen small to medium sized floral prints. However, there has been a minor change to these florals which are now bigger and bolder.  

ASOS Wiggle Dress asos.com

Culottes Are Back!

These pants are typically made by using a skirt block which give them a free flowing silhouette. Since they’re made in so many different fabrics culottes are perfect for dressing up or down.

Alice+Olive -Resort 2015 style.com


*BAG OF THE YEAR

By far one of my fave acessories of this year would be the bucket bag! Its a nicely balanced bag as it has some structure to it but not too much. The only bucket bag I’ve seen that I am absolutely in love with is this one from Zara.

Perforated Leather Bucket Bag zara.com

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