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FASHION: 3 PREVAILING TRENDS FOR SPRING 2016

Maia Wilson

 

Soft suede, details of fringe, & a delicate silhouette

 

Spring is the time of year we update our closets to add in fresh silhouettes and lively pieces. However, don’t rid every fall piece from your closet just yet! This spring brings bold trends, as well as practical re-invention to styles we witnessed in fall! In this month’s article I will show you wear you can buy this seasons ‘must-have’ at retailers that won’t exceed your budget. To start off the season with your new debut, here is a glimpse into what spring, 2016 fashion will hold...

1. Suede

Displayed in neutral tones, suede is here to stay for spring. During fashion week, Olivier Rousteing showcased the Balmain show with outstanding suede pieces that have quickly become inspiration for illustrious trendsetters. 

Where you can find this trend…

H&M

2. Fringe

Photo Credit: elle.com

Photo Credit: elle.com

Fringe has been trending for a few seasons now, and can be seen in almost every style of garment. This season, fringe detail is added to garments to highlight the softness – think hemlines, jackets, shoes, and subtle touches to bags.

Where you can find this trend…

ZARA

3. OFF-THE-SHOULDER

Photo credit: Stylecaster.com

Photo credit: Stylecaster.com

From last summer to this spring, delicate off- the- shoulder tops and dresses have empowered the runway. This silhouette gives any look a romantic finish, while fostering a relaxed fit. This will be valued as the temperature rises, leading to summer!

Where you can find this trend…

URBAN OUTFITTERS

Whether you choose soft suede, details of fringe, or a delicate silhouette this spring, step boldly into the season and embrace your unique style.


CREDITS:

Copy: Taylar Gomez, Fashion Editor

Ashley Nudge, Editor-in-Chief