It is true: This season’s offerings are far from the traditional buds. The prints have a tougher look—they aren’t ultra-fem with an overload of sweetness. Instead, floral bloomed with a strong, wild feel—and a slightly abstract vibe.
From skirts to shirts, trousers and blouses, stripe is one of the biggest trends of the season, so wear it bravely. Designers have striped their runway looks in practically every shade of the rainbow. There’s nothing uniform about them, either. These ones are coming from all directions at different widths and in refreshingly vibrant hues.
If New York Fashion Week proved anything, it’s that crop tops aren’t going anywhere. Sure, we spotted many an adorable matching set, but we were pleasantly surprised to see some fresh spins on the look, too. Let’s face it, your t-shirt says a lot about you. Are you funny? serious? shy? Are you trying to send a message without having to say it? Whether you’re heading to the gym, heading out to a low-key happy hour, or looking to pair something with your favorite jeans or shorts, the perfect tee can make or make your look.
Overalls are back. This trend comes from the 1980’s and 1990’s. Traditionally, this wardrobe piece was designed to be worn over or under another layer of clothing to make an extra protection while wearing it. The 2015 is full of comfortable, practical and incredibly stylish models. Denim all the way From a subtle ‘70s kick that lends denim a much wider silhouette, to the brand-new take on the relaxed, boyfriend fit, you’re going to want to read up on all different styles; slashed, white, boyfriend, overalls, slim gray cigarette, flares, patchwork., etc. You’ll want to wear your new jeans right away and, of course, all season long.