The Spring/Summer season of fashion is almost upon us, and it’s time to get thinking about what new pieces to add to your wardrobe.
We’ve already seen the newest trends cropping up on the catwalks, and while we can lust over the unaffordable pieces for hours, we unfortunately will never be able to buy them.
Fear not though fashion lovers, as iClothing.ie have done the heavy lifting, and brought us the wearable and the attainable from the catwalk straight to our electronic devices.
As much as we all love the practical, reliable investment pieces in our wardrobes, it is always fun to take a little risk and have fun with your style choices. This Spring/Summer season, iClothing.ie has proved that they are right on trend, offering up hundreds of ways to wear dramatic catwalk trends at everyday prices.
From dainty white dresses, as seen in Carolina Herrera show, to uneven hemlines, a constant theme throughout Mulberry’s military inspired presentation, they’ve got it all. Including splashes of sporty neon, slogan tees, and full sleeves, this season is like no other. No matter your age, budget or taste, there is always away to look trendy and fashionable at iClothing.ie.
Here are the key trends you need to keep an eye on:
Pink Will Reign Supreme
Pink has certainly made its presence known among our favourite beauty products and accessories this year, and we’re thinking that the bubblegum shade will retain its popularity in 2017. Brands like Céline, Valentino, Gucci, Loewe, and more sent out an assortment of rose-hued ensembles for spring 2017, solidifying the colour’s “It” status among the fashion set for many more months to come.
Fashion’s favourite print is timeless and totally wearable. This season, get ready to see stripes in all sizes and colours on everything from chunky sweaters to knit dresses and oversize shirts.
Florals are no surprise for Spring but next season brings florals up to date with blossom prints up to date with a 70s style. We know what Miranda Priestly said in The Devil Wears Prada, but we don’t care!
The Power of Tulle
At Dior, Lanvin and McQueen, designers showed us the power of suggestion. Sheer textures are sexy yet wearable, not to mention versatile.
A play on fabric and movement that’s more minimalist than you might think. Dresses and jackets were entirely fringed at hermes and more discrete and western influenced at Ralph Lauren. Rodarte sent their fringed, punk bride down the runway.
Much more than just a trend, jumpsuits have become a seasonal staple. From uptown girl to bridesmaid cool to evening glamour. Hermes, Isabel Marant and Vanessa Seward showed us some this season.