The Spring/Summer fashion trends for 2017 are here so we decided on getting ahead of the game and thinking about what to wear this season to be in style and embrace the biggest fashion trends of 2017. And we are loving everything about this year’s collections. The catwalks at London, New York, Milan and Paris Fashion Week were splurging with exciting new styles we can’t wait to try. From shoulders inspired by the 80s, washes of fuchsia pink and canary yellow to new takes on sheer and ruffled textures, we got to see them all this season. Check out our run-down on what we think will influence your wardrobe choices this season.
The shoulder pads from the 80s are back this season. And they were seen everywhere on the ramp. Just make sure you know how to style them in a relaxed fashion and don’t make it look OTT.
If you thought it was time to get rid of all those sheer dresses, think again. Taking on a new form in 2017, sheer was seen in a more subtle way with longline tops, dresses and crochet bottoms.
P.S. We are in LOVE with the fitted lace dress at Dolce & Gabbana.
Pink, especially the fuchsia shade, flooded the catwalk such as Valentino, Topshop Unique and Balenciaga. So keep in mind, anything pink is absolutely in fashion.
Another trend that is still prevalent from the previous last season is the detailed sleeve. Think ruffles, flutes, cropped, bunched, oversized – just make it stand out.
Perfect for those who dare to wear their innerwear as outerwear. Kendall Jenner’s favorite clothing is going to be everywhere for spring. They can be strappy, floral, in luxe velvet; in short, you could play around with the material and prints.
From seaside to sailor to school – stripes were all over, in every beautiful form you can imagine. And we aren’t complaining.
Just like fancy sleeves, ruffles are transitioning to the Spring/Summer ramp with a serious kick. We can’t wait to try those romantic ruffles and floral prints that sauntered down the catwalk at Dolce & Gabbana.
Slogan tees are never going away, are they? Specially those of the feminist variety. Try tucking your slogan tee with a maxi skirt with loads of eyeliner and you will be rocking the trend perfectly right.
We saw a softer, more rounded geometry on the ramp this season. A simple but effective motif, the polka dot was conceptual. Go all out with this trend, but we suggest stick to black and white.
The quintessential white dress can never go out of fashion. This season is all about those white floaty shirt dresses and white maxis with those dreamy drapes.
Which trend did you love the most? Tell us in the comments below.