Thursday, January 25, 2018

Fashion Trends Spring '18

Listed below are several of the fashion trends I found for this spring.  It is not like we can go out and find or buy these designer originals but there will be knockoff coming soon to our local Bloomingdale and Target.  Looking is like dreaming and is fun to picture ourselves walking the runway in these little delegates and fun looks.   

Enjoy the trends. My source for the descriptions are Harper’s BazaarSelectSpecs and POPSUGAR


Fendi Spring 2018

It looks as if heritage checks are going nowhere for the season ahead. Balenciaga's came via voluminous coats as seen here, while Victoria Beckham's had a more traditional appeal. Anyone looking for floaty feminine styles should turn to Sonia Rykiel where they were bright and summer-ready. Burberry's homage was perhaps the most overt - expect to see its check caps everywhere next season. 

Modern Romance

Rodarte Spring 2018

Jane Austen would be proud of the Spring '18 lineup that comes with corseted waists, billowy sleeves, and soft, romantic florals. This feminine look was a heroine on the runways — and soon, in your closets.


Bottega Veneta

Fringing made a surprise comeback this season. Far from its most recent (very tired) festival incarnations, Celine, Bottega Veneta and Loewe gave them a sophisticated, empowered appeal. Saint Laurent's fringing boots have already been worn by Rihanna.

Cinderella shoe

Tom Ford

If next season's glitzy sequinned ready-to-wear is too much for you, then perhaps a sparkling Cinderella shoe is an alternative. Preen's feminine floaty dresses were styled with socks and glittery Mary Janes, while Victoria Beckham's take (inspired by daughter Harper) had a more pronounced heel. It should be noted that socks and shoes are making a comeback too.

Retro Specs

Miu Miu MU 06PV
Retro specs have long been a coveted style trend in the eyewear world. From the vintage glasses look embraced by the hipster community to eyewear throwbacks inspired by our favourite movies and today’s TV culture, retro is everywhere.

But in 2018, the retro trend returns with a bit of a twist. For next season’s collections are inspired by chic, uncompromising minimalism. So think simple silhouettes with a touch of vintage charm. Or stark styles with a subtle pop of colour.  This eyewear trend is the epitome of the past meeting the future. Bringing designs from the 50s, 60s and 70s right up to date with the new space age.

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