- Mar 01, 2016
- by George Sprousse
Spring Trends 2016 – What Will You Wear This Season?
One of the most highlighted trends of this spring is exposed shoulders. Even though it was also noticeable in the last year’s trends, it seems that now this tendency has gained ground on the fashion catwalk. More dramatic than ever, exposed shoulders have been catching the eye of the spectators on the Spring 2016 Fashion Week. Creations from Proenza Schouler, Givenchy, Derek Lam, Jason Wu, ADEAM and many other designers have established this trend for 2016.
For an office look, we recommend Rebecca Sheath Dress – Ambassador Crepe, which exposes the shoulders, but also maintains a professional look.
Back to the 90s
The 1990s fashion is coming back forcefully this spring. You can create an outfit that remind you of those trends by combining sports shoes with a long dress and an oversized jacket, for example. However, if you want to stick to the 90s, you should never forget to complete your outfit with a large jacket, preferably fluffy and colorful.. We recommend you view our Oprah Car Coat – Duchess Tweed or the Oprah Car Coat – Ambassador Crepe.
At the Spring 2016 Fashion Week, the catwalk was conquered by models wearing shiny outfits. View our Shimmer twill collection of pants, jackets, and cardigans.
This spring, experts recommend lively colors for evening dresses, such as buttercup – a bright yellow, and fiesta – a glamorous red. Snorkel blue and green flash are also trending colors for 2016. Even though you cannot wear a long, bright green dress at the office, you have alternatives for keeping it trendy. For example, you can choose the Steffany Pant – Gotham Stretch or Leah Skirt – Ambassador Crepe if you want to dress professionally.
However, if you prefer milder colors, you will be pleased to know that iced coffee, lilac gray, and rose quartz are still on the top of this season’s colors. This is great news for those who work in an office because these hues can be easily combined to obtain a successful professional look. For example, you can try the Steffany Pant – Safari Strech in cashew color, team it with a white shirt and voila!