How are you all finding your first week back to reality? I am finally getting back into the swing of things after THE MOST amazing break over Christmas. I had been so busy with work and my Masters so I was delighted to have a few weeks off to just relax and unwind. Anyway, moving onto something more fashionable, here are some of the Spring 2016 trends that you should be looking out for. I cannot wait to start trying out these trends.
Embrace the Pleats
Yes, they are coming back to fashion. It’s time to downsize on car wash pleats and embrace the smaller, knife pleats. I will definitely looking out for a new pleated midi skirt. It will be perfect for an upcoming race day. #Love
I’m talking ruffles, puffy sleeves, high collar necklines, flowers, the lot. The Victorian style isn’t everyone’s cup of tea so you’ll either love it or hate it. I am already loving it.
The White Button Down
Go for a basic white button down. It’s time to spice up that simple white shirt look. Give people a reason to turn theirs heads. #YouGoGirl
If you thought the fashion pack was done with its ’70s-inspiration love affair, you’d be wrong. If you are a fan of That ’70s Show then this trend will be right up your alley.
This will be a tricky trend to master but once you find something that works for you you’ll be well on your way and #trending of course. Tip: Pair them with something that’s tighter on top.
Yes, it’s official! Lingerie is now not only to be seen in the bedroom. Your favourite lacy pieces will now get their day in the sun.
Fringing is Back in Business
Even though ‘fringe’ has been trending for a few seasons now it is back once again only this time it’s a swingy trim. What to imagine your are living in the 20s? That was by far one of my favourite ‘fashion eras’.
Warm-weather denim is not new but it’s back for another season. Jean dresses, skirts and shirts are back in businesses.
Which Spring 2016 trend is your favrourite?
There are so many good ones to choose from I know. I would probably have to go with white button down, pleats or the Victorian trend.
Until next time…
Thanks for reading.