Trend are popping up everywhere for spring and summer 2013. Including trends from Instagram and Pinterest! Of all places. Street fashion trends are always edgy and something that we never expect but that's why we love it. Here I'll be sharing all of the amazing new trends from the runway and the streets and how to wear them.
Seen on the runways of Oscar De Larenta and Christopher Kane this trend puts its focus on the 1960's and the screen sirens. Colours such as pastels, greens, yellows and pinks are key along with lace, tweed jackets and tailored skirts. Accessories to look out for are cat eye sunglasses and classic court heels. Lady like and classic with a fun twists. Try wearing pastel colour lace shirt dresses with peplums and have your hair done up or in curls. Perfect.
Usually matching your bag with the rest of your outfit wouldn't be accepted in fashion but for spring and summer 2013 that rule has been changed. See on the runways of Marc Jacobs, Mulberry and Carven this rend look stunning for summer. It helps give your outfits a classic sophisticated look. This look can be seen on the high street already in stores such as Karen Millen, Ted Baker and Oasis. If you don't want to go all out head to toe matchy matchy with your style then try wearing a pair of printed trousers and a matching bag like Ted Baker. Simple and lady like. This trend can work for every occasion. From everyday, office and wedding to everything in between.
This trend is all about the is simple silhouetted and plain colours. This was seen on the runways of Paul Smith and Osman. To nail this trend perfectly don't overdue your look with accessories. Stick to simple garments and chunky strap heels. Stream line your look with coats and tailored trousers. This trend can be seen on the high street in stores such as Topshop, Warehouse and Reiss. Simple.
This trend is all about playing with your proportions. Dropped shoulders and capes are key to nailing this trend. This trend can be seen at Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana along with FROW celebrities such as Elle China Fashion Editor Mia Miao Zheng and L'Uomo Vogue Editor Giovanna Battaglia wearing the trend.
This trend is one of the most summery. Stripes are seen every spring and summer season along with the nautical trend. Seen at Dolce & Gabbana and Moschino the models wore head to toe stripes. For the runway look pile on as many stripes as you can! A striped top, trousers and bag would scream Moschino but for a more high street and Instagram take on the trend wear a striped pair of jeans with a classic shirt and wedges. Or maybe try going somewhere in between with a striped pair of trousers and a striped bag. This would nail both the Blend-able Bags trend too.