By Jessica Fortier
Photos from popsugar.com, glamour.com
This classic 50s pattern has been spotted on runways at such shows as Oscar de la Renta, Diane von Furstenburg and Michael Kors. Gingham provides a great lightweight feel for warm spring and summer days and a sense of timeless classic.
Say goodbye to super thin flip flops and sandals that make your feet ache! Sturdy sandals, flats and even sneakers are back in style this spring – they are now making a statement for the new season.
Minimalism is modern and sporty is practical. Sporty minimalism corresponds greatly with the structured shoe trend, because a fashion forward sneaker can be added to a sleek outfit to transform the outfit to a chic sporty look. A sneaker does not have be a gym sneaker – a laced loafer will provide support and necessary style.
While nautical horizontal stripes have been all the rage in the past, vertical stripes are the rage of the future. Vertical stripes, unlike horizontal ones, elongate the figure and give a flattering body image.
Safari Print & Army Green
Army green is still “in” for S/S 2015 season. The utility-style of military and safari apparel has long been an inspiration for designers, but they have also started using safari prints, such as unique leaves and animal prints in their collections.
Fun prints are trending this season, including bold colors and metallics. Printed trendy bottoms could range from casual cotton harlem pants to fancy trousers.