Spring Trends 2015

Although we are in the midst of winter  (as I’m writing this I look out the window at a severe blizzard) AND in the peak of NYFW for Fall 2015 collections, I like to think that spring is (slowly, but surely) on its way. Goodbye chunky sweaters, clunky boots, and soft scarves. And hello gingham, suede, polos, white lace, and gladiator sandals taller and lacier than ever before. These are just five of the many predicted Spring trends that hit the runway for this coming season, and designers are incorporating the trends this season in insanely innovative ways.

Gingham— This charming, all-American print was mostly seen in baby blue’s and blacks this season. I guess this calls for picnics in Central Park as the seasons begin to warm!

Suede— Normally, one would pair suede with leather as a classic winter wear. But this season, suede is softening up and being seen in many different colors from green to yellow to the classic brown.

Polos— Never thought the day would come when I pull out my old Ralph Lauren and Lacoste Polos, but their return is just around the corner. Time to bring out my old-school inner prep!

White Lace— Forget the rule about when you can wear white, now its about how you wear it. After Kendall Jenner rocked this style in her latest Vogue shoot, it’s sure to be fashion’s most popular trend this spring.

Gladiator Sandals— We’ve seen them in the colder months with knee-high and over the knee boots, but they’re not going anywhere as the months warm up, and they’re taller, more unique (and probably harder to get on!) than ever before.




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