Wearable Spring 2015 Trends
Here is a look at some of the most wearable spring 2015 trends.
The shift dress for next spring is less tame as designers reimagined the classic shape with drop waists, double high slits and other features to give the shift dress a touch more adventure.
Many people say yellow is not for them but on the runways every shade of yellow imaginable was shown from amber and canary to saffron to marigold. Everyone is able to wear yellow, but the trick is that you first need to find out what your skins undertone is and then find your shade of yellow that will compliment.
Next spring it’s all about the tiny check but with a sexy and swingy vibe to it.
Black and White
Black and white is a classic colour combination that is showing up everywhere, but what make this look exciting for next year are the various textures, patterns and silhouettes.
The short style from 2014 will be sticking around for 2015. You can take this silhouette by pairing it with blazers, high heels and tailored button downs.
Blue and White
Blue and white is the more subtle version of the stark black and white trend.
Kimono Style Trench Coats
On these seasons runways the slouchy, lightweight trench coat that are belted were spotted. These were a comfortable mix of a robe, a coat and kimono.
Head to Toe White
When it comes to wearing all white it’s about how you wear it by mixing textures, teaming various shades and layering multiple pieces.
Medium size Obi Belts
This is springs most flattering trend. You can tie an obi belt and knot it to the side for an optimum waist slimming benefit.
Flats, Slides and Sneakers
Comfortable shoes are here whether you choose a two strap sandal, sneakers of plain slides there is something that is cute and comfortable to wear.
One Shoulder Cuts
Your shoulders have now become the best part of you and you can show them off with one shoulder ops and dresses.
Jeans are a staple piece for any season but in 2015 the trend will be cropped and baggy cuts. Your tops will need to be kept slim so that you create a cool contrast.
When it came to those military greens some designers took the more literal route but rather go for a streamlined military style pieces that come in olive drab shade.
A new layering trend is to where a skirt whether long or short over a dress to give s stimulating look
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