From overalls to fringe, these fashion trends and more, were flirted this Spring/Summer 2015. So as we prepare to check out the runway trends we may marry in 2016, let's review how last year's looks translated to street style on this throwback Thursday. There will no doubt be style for days to inspire us, and we can't wait to see which trend's from Fashion Week 2015 are here to stay. Check back all month for fashion week coverage as we anticipate and predict what will be trending now and next season!
As the Marissa Webb and Tome Runways show us, Metallic can make any outfit. Swapping out your everyday jacket or black skirt, will transform your daily ensemble from basic to on trend.
The culottes trend went from being worn by the fashion connoisseurs to a wardrobe regular for many. It's versaility became more apparent as summer wore on, making it the perfect replacement for the standard jumper and casual denim, seen on the Bcbg and Adam Selman runways respectively.
Fashion week is known for it's unique flare, but fringe became the most practical trend featured to flirt on the streets. Replacing jewels and sparkle, it is quickly became the frequent star of many outfits. Keep your married fringe items handy, this trend will carry through Fall 2015 whether it is paired with a casual sweater like the Sonia Rykiel featured, or your next wedding guest dress like the Giambattista Valli number.
It can be hard to stay straight all the time, and Saint Laurent and Zimmerman are just two of the fashion week designers to give up this task. Although everybody can't say they are glad they did, those who wanted the unexpected in an uneven hem rejoiced.
The days of all black are numbered thanks to the S/S 2015 runway presenting looks like this all blue Misha Nonoo outfit and TSE's red culottes, and jacket. Mix textures and shades to master this anything but boring trend.
Choosing shades of the same color like A Détacher or similar patterns like Dries Van Noten are the key to getting this mismatch trend right. Needing minimal accessories, the mixed print trend creates a stand out look on it's own for the day or a night out.
Tomboy or not, the sporty trend goes beyond casual to appropriate for the office or even a night out. Opt for a dressy bomber jacket instead of a day-to-day blazer as seen on the DKNY runway or add heels to an athletic inspired dress like Alexander Wang to make this trend work for you!
Miss out on these killer Summer trends? Don't worry! We predict they will carry over into fall, as well as next year. Visit the shopping page to get these trending items now.
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