Spring/Summer 2017: Fashion Forecast

The trends for spring/summer 2017 have already been set and its all miniature bags, pop prints and fuchsia. London Fashion Week gave us a melting pot of trends to try ourselves, so why not get ahead of the game and start thinking about the warmer seasons now.

Here’s our run down on some of the hottest trends…

Think Pink

Splashes of Fuchsia sauntered down catwalks during Fashion Week, with Topshop Unique, Celine and Balenciaga each paying homage to the shade of the season.  The hue is set to be a huge hit over spring/summer so whether you choose to layer it over other shades or go for colour blocks you can’t go wrong.

Sun’s Out Bra’s Out

Bralettes seen on the likes of Kendall Jenner on the Alexander Wang catwalk are perfect for those who love wearing underwear as outerwear. A cross between a crop top and a bra, bralettes are a great hybrid for the summer season.

Stripes

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Spring, summer, autumn winter; stripes never go out of fashion, whether it be adorning clothes, handbags shoes or other accessories. This season it’s all about vertical stripes with Alexis Mabille leading the way. From seaside to school to sailor, stripes were all over the SS17 catwalks in n array of forms.

It’s Never Tulle Much  

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When not making its way down an aisle, tulle can be found making its way back onto all the catwalks as seen at Dior and Dries Van Noten. Team yours with a graphic tee and leather jacket for ultra edgy look or why not combine with another trend hot for 2017 and wear with a bralette and heels.

70s Comeback

Making a comeback is a key 1970s piece, the sleeveless sweater. Unlike your granddad, this trend is chic, but versatile and will likely become one of the easiest garments to wear in your wardrobe. Patterned or plain, layered or worn alone, whichever way you choose to wear yours, you can guarantee you’ll be bang on trend.

 

 

 

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