Spring / Summer 2016 Fashion



Spring has almost arrived and we’re eagerly awaiting for the summer, but are we ready for it fashion wise? If you’re into the latest fashion news, then you need to know the most important trends of the spring / summer 2016 fashion. Are you ready? Let’s begin!

# 1 Pajamas Are Back… on the Street

If you thought pajamas were out, well there’s some news for you. Pajamas are definitely in this upcoming fashion season, but this time on the street. And yes, we’re talking two pieces pajamas with pants and shirt, but this time from more precious materials such as silk or floral satins, deem of a diva.

# 2 The Slip Dress of the 90s

Another trend hit this spring/summer season is the slip dress that used to be pretty famous back in the 90s. This time it’s a more delicate and sexy slip dress, a combination between the simple slip and a see through negligee indeed. The super slim braces are pretty sexy and definitely in the following season.

# 3 Feathers, ruffles and pastels

Speaking of feminine sexy, the good news that the romantics aren’t dead yet and this season everything feathers, ruffles and delicate pastel colors is in. In addition, naked shoulders are another hot trend that, in combination with the romantic inspired looks, adds even more femininity and appeal to the look.

# 4 Pastels vs. Sequins

In terms of colors, the spring/summer 2016 fashion comes with two almost opposite trends: the romantic pastels and the strong and bold sequins. If you go for pastel colored clothes in the day time and choose a splash of sequin for your evening or night time looks, you’ll rock this fashion season!

# 5 Stripes and Strong Floral Prints

Inspired by the last century prairie floral dresses, one of the hottest trend this summer is the strong floral print dresses. Besides the floral dresses and prints, the stripes are also in and they mean it. Bold stripes have made a new comeback this upcoming season and together with floral patterns, they make the trendiest prints this season.

Image by Maegan Tintari (CC BY 2.0 license)

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