Spring is apparently here, although in Canada it still feels like Winter. Here's a quick round-up of some of the fashion trends you will see for Spring 2017 so you can indulge!
Pink - "particularly of the fuchsia variety - flooded the catwalk at shows such as Celine, Valentino, Topshop Unique and Balenciaga. Whether you choose to layer lots of different hues over your separates like at Valentino, or colour block by wearing coats over statement dresses like at Topshop, you won't go wrong as long as it's pink, pink, pink." Cosmopolitan.
Sleeves - Another trend that is taking some time to filter off the catwalk, the detailed sleeve that we'll be embracing during Spring 2017. Think ruffles, flutes, cropped, bunched, oversized - according to Marques' Almeida, Balmain and more, anything goes.
Stripes - Who doesn't love stripes? Fashion's favorite print is timeless and totally wearable. This year, get ready to see stripes in all sizes and colors on everything from chunky sweaters to knit dresses and oversize shirts.
Strong Shoulders - "Voluminous sleeves and architectural shoulder pads reminiscent of the '80s. Balenciaga, Jacquemus (shown here), and Saint Laurent sent various options down the runway for spring 2017, marking the end of this year's much beloved (and overdone) off-the-shoulder silhouette." Allure
Words - "The return of the slogan tee is here, preferably of the feminist variety as seen at Christian Dior and Stella McCartney. Whether you want yours to be political or just super sassy - like Haider Ackermann - try tucking into a maxi skirt and wearing with plenty of eyeliner." Cosmopolitan
Bralettes - Perfect for those with a love of underwear as outerwear, Kendall Jenner's favourite piece of clothing is going to be everywhere for spring. They'll be strappy, as seen on the model herself on the Alexander Wang catwalk, covered in floral prints, as seen at Tory Burch and in luxe velvet textures like at Victoria Beckham.
Ruffles - "Like fancy sleeves, ruffles are transitioning from the autumn/winter catwalks to Spring with a serious kick. We can't wait to try out the romantic ruffles and floral prints that sauntered down the catwalk at Dolce & Gabbana, while Mulberry made theirs look like ruffles were made for the office." Cosmopolitan
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