In the words of the legendary Miranda Presley, “Florals? For spring? Ground-breaking!”Well, as spring is almost here (are we excited about that?), it is quite obvious that we’ll be seeing a lot of those in the streets. However, if you’re up for something more interesting, stay with us, since we will be sharing with you some new and unique luxury fashion trends for spring. So, what do Calvin Klein, Gucci, Balenciaga and others have in stores for us the following season?
Natural & Pastel
Ice-cream colours? Why not! From the parma violet pieces by Victoria Beckham, to the lime greens of Michael Kors and the lemon sorbet layers of Hermes, this trend is definitely something we are looking forward to. On the plus side, the outfit combination has never been easier. The most important thing is to store all your pastel clothing in one wardrobe, and combine any neutral and pastel shade to get an extravagant look. You can also combine multiple colours – if they are all pastel and tender, you’ll look like the yummiest ice-cream!
We all remember the iconic photograph of Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears from 2000s where they came dressed up head-to-toe in denim. We also remember all the fun we used to make of those outfits a couple of years ago. However, denim is here and stronger than ever, meaning that 2000s Britney and Justin would totally be super fashionable in 2018 as well. Thanks to Tom Ford, Versace Versus and Nina Ricci, the possibility of combining everything denim is back again. Pair tailored jeans, a denim shirt and a denim jacket and you’re good to go. Accessorize with a bag and shoes of the same colour for the full effect.
Taking one great piece of clothing and rocking it throughout the season is definitely a way to go. However, you should make sure to take a piece of clothing that can be worn basically every day – such as a jacket. This season, trench coats are back, so the best piece of advice is that you use this one for promoting yourself during spring time. 2018 will see the most amazing trench coats ever made – from the duplicated and then joined at the hem by Celine, to the embroidered edges of Alexander McQueen. Perhaps the most memorable trench coat this season was the shredded one by Loewe – it looks both classy and rebellious – in a word, powerful.
Life in plastic
It probably became quite obvious that PVC pieces of clothing will be huge this year and also during spring. Since the most prominent plastic pieces of clothing are jackets and shoes, and everything is see-through, these items are best worn during spring time. So, if you’re not a fan of trench coats, you can always take a look and find amazing plastic coats by Calvin Klein online. After all, he’s the one to blame for this amazing trend. This piece of clothing just screams “the future is now”, so if you want to look futuristic, yet trendy, you can go with either the already mentioned Calvin Klein or the futuristic-retro plastic coat by Chanel.
Very similar to the first luxury fashion trends we mentioned, this one is also very bold. Even though it requires some knowledge about the best combination of colours (which is nothing a colour wheel cannot teach you), this look is simply unforgettable. Taking primary colours and matching them together might make you look like a colouring book, but it’ll be so fashionable this season. Simply make sure to choose a monochromatic, yet strong and bright piece of clothing and combine together multiple colours – if you’re going to rock this trend, you should never wear two pieces of clothing of the same colour at a time.
Last, but certainly not least, let’s talk about the trend of pencil skirts that has been here for quite some time, to be honest. However, this channelling of the ‘50s comes with a twist. You’ll see the most amazing pencil skirt designs, such as the sweater one by No. 21, snake skin patterned one by Bottega Veneta or the staple one by Erdem. This season, wear them with kitten heels and socks and it’s going to be perfect.
Try these luxury fashion trends this spring, and leave the florals and the cliché ones for some other spring. There are so many trends to try out that there’s a possibility you’ll get a headache trying to think which one to go with that day, but it’s definitely worth it.