While the runway presents what’s coming next in fashion, the streets showcase not only the future but also what’s on-trend right now. So, if you’re looking to keep your wardrobe up-to-date with lust-worthy looks for spring/summer, I’ve rounded up the top trends from the season for you to add to your shopping list.
Short Suits have taken a fresh approach for spring, co-ord sets are a must. One of my favorites this season for sure.
Handbags are taking a unique, more structured approach for spring. To add some interesting notes to your look and go from drab to fab, add a statement bag.
Nothing But Neutrals
It doesn’t get easier, or more accessible, than the omnipresent beige trend for spring, but that’s not even why we obsess over it. The neutral possesses the ability to elevate any outfit thanks to its luxe-looking nature and easy-to-incorporate tone. You will definitely will be seeing this trend for a while.
Leather? For spring? Yes, you read that correctly. In both real and faux, leather dresses, outerwear, and separates were seen on more fashion week 19 runways than we could count. From light colors to neutrals, aside from being seasonally unexpected, it’s also one we can start wearing now and hold on to for years to come thanks to its timeless nature.
The biker shorts worn with blazers are offering a fresh blend of sportswear and tailoring, the look was both striking and chic. Of course, while it may not be appropriate for either the office or the gym, the outfit is perfect for strutting the streets or attending Sunday brunch with your best friends. So, don’t be afraid to try it for yourself. Total attention getter.
Sneakers have long been the footwear of choice for many industry icons. After all, comfort is a must when you are on the run. This season, however, the usual cast of comfortable, lace-up shoes took a turn towards the more chunky sneaker style. From metallic and multi-colored designs to super sized styles with sleek curves, this season’s sneaker selection is fit for the space age. Not everyone is a fan of this trend, but it has honestly grown on me.