Top 5 Spring Fashion Trends

From pretty lavender to the -turning heads- fanny pack, get ready for our hit-list for the season.

1. X-girl sunglasses 

Love them or hate them, '90s sunglasses are back!

These tinny frames have been a must-wear of every it-girl in the 90’s from Drew Barrymore to Aaliyah. We have seen the sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rocking their colored lenses on TV. The trend was revived by Kanye and Kim Kardashian West. Bella Hadid took it more serious and was spotted wearing the retro shades from athleisure to eveningwear. Started by Balenciaga's Fall 2017, Louis Vuitton and Prada are quickly adopting the trend. Whether daring red - gold wired or all-black frames it’s all about wearing the little glasses on every occasion.

Say goodbye to your big sunglasses and get ready for to turn heads with your little shades this Spring! And remember, the smaller the better!


http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/trends/g10285955/small-sunglasses-trend/

2. The Fanny Pack

If you think it looks like the boring tourist attires, watch out! this seasons is all about fanny packs. First launched by Moschino FW 12-13, the trend was quickly over. From 2018 runways to street style, now it’s back!

The biggest supporter of the trend is Kendall Jenner wearing it casually with a striped suit or a military style jumpsuit. Bella Hadid went further by draping it across her chest like a cross body bag. There’s always a style for you from sporty street style Fenty by puma to more minimal leather bags from Salvatore Ferragamo for a formal suit or evening dress.

Try a more dynamic look in 90’s nylon bold colors to brighten up even the most neutral of looks. This bag is versatile - wear it at waist, over shoulder or cross body style and get ready to turn heads wherever you go. Add a twist on the look with the help of visible logo bags.


http://www.vogue.it/en/fashion/accessories/2017/09/26/spring-summer-2018-trend-waist-bag/

3. Fringe

To your surprise fringes are back this season. Fringes are all over the Italian runways & New York fashion week. And this time, far away from the usual festival style we have been seeing in the past years. Some designers introduced the look on accent pieces — bags, shoes and earrings. Rihanna is already wearing Saint Laurent's fringing boots and Sachin & Babi’s statement earrings are a must-have on your list. Other designers went with whole outfits like Bottega Veneta and Loewe introduced shredded tees, giving those fringes a more sophisticated, empowered appeal. There's something for everyone with this show-stopping look. Get ready to shake off those celebratory pieces from day to night!  


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4. Lavender 

Get ready for the prettiest shades this season.
Where New York opted for vibrant, bold colors, London took a softer approach to color for spring with pastels and dusty tones. Whether Ice Cream shades of sorbet yellow, baby blue, pistachio or soft pink, these romantic shades were spotted at nearly every runway. There’s one specific shade was exploding more than all others: lavender! Victoria Beckham and Michael Kors Collection are hinting towards the next it-color! The lilac first made an appearance at Tom Ford in the form a shiny bomber and '80s-style leather joggers and has made its way to the prettiest relaxed suit at Victoria Beckham. This color seems to look great on everything, whether oversized knits paired denim, sharp suiting sets or feminine dresses. Get ready to stack your wardrobe with the color of the season.


https://glowsly.com/spring-summer-2018-color-trends/

5. Asymmetrical necklines

And now to our favorite trend this season!

This trend was first seen at Calvin Klein and Isabel Marant runways. The asymmetrical neckline has an off-balanced shape. The fabric dances along your shoulder and wraps around your neck. We will see a lot of experimenting with these asymmetrical twists in 2018. Get over the off-shoulder and let this trend rule! Now it’s time to show off that collarbone.


http://www.elle.com/fashion/trend-reports/g12205305/spring-fashion-trends-2018/