5 Trends To Look Out For This Spring/Summer 2016

Spring is approaching soon, and next thing you know it’s going to be summer! Bring on the music festivals and weekend trips. Get a head start on your shopping for this upcoming Spring/Summer season with these 5 trends that will surely have you looking stylish.

1.The X Silhouette

This look seems to be gracing a lot of designers runways for ready-to-wear S/S 16. The “X” silhouette gives any outfit a sleek and chic finish.

2.Orange

Forget about pastels the hot colour this S/S is going to be orange! Designers from Balmain, to Zac Posen have featured orange hues several times in their ready-to-wear S/S 2016 collections. Whether you wear a full on orange getup or add a pop of orange, such as a clutch or blazer to your outift, orange is going to be the colour you're rocking this season. Other colours are also olive, and mustard yellow. Forget about pastels the hot colour this S/S is going to be orange! Designers from Balmain, to Zac Posen have featured orange hues several times in their ready-to-wear S/S 2016 collections. Whether you wear a full on orange getup or add a pop of orange, such as a clutch or blazer to your outift, orange is going to be the colour you’re rocking this season. Other colours are also olive, and mustard yellow.

3. Paperbag Waist

This is definitely not the easiest look to pull off, but if you can rock it, go ahead! Pair it with something tighter on top for a more flattering look. Designers from Philip Lim to Tibi have adopted the paperbag waist look to their collections.   This is definitely not the easiest look to pull off, but if you can rock it, go ahead! Pair it with something tighter on top for a more flattering look. Designers from Philip Lim to Tibi have adopted the paperbag waist look to their collections.

4.Fringe

Fringe has been trending for a few seasons now, and it seems that it'll continue to be in for S/S 2016. Play around with a fringe dress, top, or even shoes for S/S 2016. Designers from Diane Von Furstenburg to Valentino experimented with fringe for their S/S ready-to-wear 2016 collections. Fringe has been trending for a few seasons now, and it seems that it’ll continue to be in for S/S 2016. Play around with a fringe dress, top, or even shoes for S/S 2016. Designers from Diane Von Furstenburg to Valentino experimented with fringe for their S/S ready-to-wear 2016 collections.

5. Lightweight Denim

Now we all know denim will never go out of style, it's universal, everyone owns denim whether it's your favourite pair of jeans, or a classic denim jacket. For this S/S 2016 lookout for lightweight denim pieces, such as dresses, tops, and culottes. Designers such as Gabriela Hearst, and Jil Sander have featured lightweight denim looks in their collections. Now we all know denim will never go out of style, it’s universal, everyone owns denim whether it’s your favourite pair of jeans, or a classic denim jacket. For this S/S 2016 lookout for lightweight denim pieces, such as dresses, tops, and culottes. Designers such as Gabriela Hearst, and Jil Sander have featured lightweight denim looks in their collections.

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