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•Guest Blogger• Best Spring 2016 Trends You Wouldn't Want To Miss ~Suzy Walsh

Fashion trends in spring have been always about colours, patterns and bold styling, and every season, it is rather a gala affair to wait for the spring trends. Spring 2016 has already arrived in many parts of the globe, and there’s no better time to find the best ideas, straight from the runways! Here’s a list of most fun designer trends you would like to follow this season.

Powerful girl: Dresses and outfits with bold shoulder cuts were a major hit on the runways. From Giambattista Valli and Givenchy to Prabal Gurung and Preen, the idea was used by different designers in a number of ways. If you were influenced by the off-shoulder looks, rest assured that this is a new trend that would repeat itself very soon again. The look works wonders for both short and long dresses, and if you are choosing a hot dress for the mornings, you can just add a pair of sneakers for a cool look. For summer sneakers, click here.

The smart white shirt: The white shirt is like a must-have you wouldn’t want to miss, but in spring this year, you will be wearing more designer varieties of the classic. Designers have revamped the original for some amazing new elements, including cut-outs, embroidery, use of pouf hands and much more. Some of the best fashion houses to check include Anthony Vaccarello, Fendi, Issa and Proenza Schouler, and if you want to find ways to wear the classic design with subtle twists, you should check the collections of Jil Sander and Sportmax.

Pleats for style: Pleats always add feminine elements to any outfit, but this season, designers are more focused on creating sculptural designs, using pleats. The emerging ideas are all about adding a little or often more elements of pleats to create inspiring designs. Gucci and Hermès worked with pleats for creating elemental skirts and dresses while Chanel, Carolina Herrera, Emilio Pucci focused on created more runway-like looks, which would eventually become daily staples. If you haven’t tried many things for the spring outside the regular brands, this is a trend worth investing in.

Lingerie now and ever: Spring 2016 had a lot of lingerie-inspired dresses, which were more the slip-in dresses we wear at home. For those who have been following the emerging trends will know that the trend also continues for the fall 2016. The trend is simple – Let go of your inhibitions and wear dresses that are truly feminine and not limited by elements. Top fashion houses including Alexander Wang, Balenciaga and Calvin Klein have worked with the idea, adding more varieties in materials and colours to bring assortment in designs.
Don’t miss on the glamour quotient this spring! Until next time, stay stylish and keep finding style statements that work for you!

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Author: Suzy Walsh is a fashion blogger and style expert, who is also the chief editor for budding fashion blog – The House Of Elegance Fashion. She is also very interested in decoding runway ideas for practical fashion statements. 

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  1. Loving these trends so much! The bold shoulder cuts are fantastic as well as the lingerie-inspo dresses.

  2. Ahhhh! What a great post, love all the looks!

    April of:

  3. The cut and silhouette of these looks are amazing!

  4. I'm crushing over pleats right now!



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