Retro Trends That Are Coming Back in 2015
Over the last four weeks, you must have seen some dazzling and out of the world trends and pieces coming down the runways in London Fashion Week. Unfortunately, we have to wait half a year more until we could actually try our hands on them.
For Spring/Summer 2015, get set to experience the contrast of more than two eras under one roof. This year the trends of seventies were dramatically highlighted on the ramp, along with Khaki nod, military styles and patchwork of vintage prints. If you are someone who just loves to indulge in prints and nautical accents, this spring is going to bring a plentiful of options to shop for.
If you can only get one takeaway from the Spring/Summer ’15 collection, make sure you take a move towards singularity, where modern technology is showcased with plenty of twists and turns from bygone era. Stay a step ahead with our report on runway trends set to take Spring/Summer’15 by storm.
Trends We Saw On Sprint Summer’15 Runways:
Since its first runway 40 years ago, Khaki has managed to make the classiest comeback this season. You could see a wide range of styles among many fashion houses which make use of khaki in combination with other popular fabrics like suede. Of course, when two eras meet, fashion becomes a statement never to forget!
Denim has again found its way to the runway and this time even managed to make a style statement. In Spring ’15 collection, you will see a reinvented form of denims available in the range of faded values and textured effects. If you are looking for a more conventional look, well, Gucci emerged out as a clear winner with its little dress carefully pulled together to give a sense of a cowgirl look.
This season swimwear has rocked the runways with retro lovelies, elaborating pretty tropical flower prints. Spring/Summer ’15 will have you choose from a high range of different tops and bottoms to create your very own perfect vintage poolside style. From one pieces to halter bikini tops and high-waisted bottom to tankini, you’ll see many flattering styles in the upcoming season. Retro pieces from Veronica and Eadie collections had a more 70’s kind of look, suiting many styles and shapes.
Lacework never seems to go out of the fashion and it’s been a few years since the story of romantic lace has become an integral part of runways in London, Paris and Milan. Dressed in delicate fabrics, the girls at Chloe, Louis Vuitton and Valentino played sophisticatedly well unveiling bare skin. Romantic lace silhouettes with fable staples complete the retro look and all you need are statement bags and accessories to bring up the same vibe.
Last, but not the least! Kimonos seen in the runway are going to add a flattering touch of bright and beautiful colors to your wardrobe. This season this attire proved to be a favorite subject for most fashion houses. From a delicate Gucci floral design inspired by a Hokusai drawing to Céline’s sleek black silhouette, you know there’s something for everyone.