October 07, 2014

Trend Loving - Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Hey People, How are you all doing, Not bad I hope? …Ok great! I’m not much of a trend follower with respect to what I wear. More often I choose classic pieces and then incorporate a few trending pieces that I absolutely love, in other to keep my look updated.
However, by necessity I have to be in the know with regards to fashion trends. Fashion week events proves a great way to get an insight into what’s ‘in’ and what’s ‘out’ for the up coming season, in this industry that is constantly obsessed with finding the next ‘new’.  

Unlike the past, when there is a long wait after shows before the trends hit the stores. Thanks to the media and technology we do not need to wait several months after fashion shows to start incorporating the ‘now look’ into our wardrobe.

Obviously for the most part the major trends would not get fully circulatory until next season. However, some elements can be easily incorporated into your wardrobe straightaway, as there are a few throwbacks from previous seasons.

Trends like the crop tops and sports inspired looks seem like they would be going nowhere, and old favorites such as the polka dots trends have been given a breath of freshness. Here are some trends on my radar from the Spring/Summer 2015 shows.

I love this trend for its simple elegance. Trends aside, I think every woman need a great white button up shirt, paired with midi skirts  they look super chic.

The Gingham has been trending for some time, next season they come in an array of colours.

Belts were all over the  spring/summer catwalks. These Obi belts inspired by  the Samurais stood out for me, could they be the 'next new' come spring? fingers crossed.

I love me a good overall, and when they come tailored and smart even better!

Great turn-up look I think.  Too much? too little or just right? share your opinion in the comments. 

Fresh take on the polkies, can't wait to see how this trend would be adapted by high street brands.

I mostly choose more tailored fit over slouchy tailoring, but I love how refined this slouchy pieces look.

And it looks like we would still be baring our mid-sections come next season.

These are a few of my favourite trends from the shows, What trends are you loving, what would you rock?  

Thank you for always stopping by.

Photo Credit – Vogue.it


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  2. Love this trend report! Wish for the life of me I could find the perfect white button shirt though :)

    1. Thanks Leti. Yea I can relate with you on not finding the perfect white shirt, a lot of times the fit is just off with some having a gaping hole between buttons. But I know a few brands with really nice ones. Instyle has a range that I particurly love you should check them out.

  3. I really enjoyed reading this post. Love how you presented it and come to think of it, everything seems to stay the same. Only a few additional touches here and there, such as, bigger and more fuller in the bottoms and prints. Otherwise, not so much of a difference, but really gorgeous. Thanks dear!


    1. True talk dear. trends in fashion are mostly a fancy carousel, but hey! we love it all the same :)

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  5. what a great round up of the trends! The one thing I saw a lot at the St. Louis Fashion week were pleats! Pleats in more of an edgy, modern way vs. a schoolgirl way! Thanks for sharing!
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