Medieval-Like Puffy Sleeves
Hundreds of years after the death of Henry VIII, puffy sleeves are making a comeback. It’s not too surprising since every past fashion trend comes back to the runway eventually. We welcome it as a Spring trend for 2016.
(Left to right: Erdem, J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha)
Spring Fashion Trend 2016 Puffy Sleeves
Out-In-The-Open Lace
Yes, lace was on the runway for fall, but this season’s lace trend is adding a new dimension: transparency. If it feels too early to start getting in shape for swimsuit season, let the see-through clothing of this upcoming spring motivate you to start preparations early.
(Left to right: Topshop, Preen, Simone Rocha)
Spring Fashion Trend 2016 Lace
Pretty in Pink

While brightly colored pieces popped up a few times on the runway during London’s Fashion Week, one color was bound to come out on top. Sure enough, in all its vibrant, eye-catching glory, pink is the trending color for Spring 2016.
(Left to right: Tome, Isa Arfen, Jason Wu)
Spring Fashion Trends 2016 Pink

How Low Can You They Go?
Ladies, box up your high-rise pants and throw them into the attic for now. Extremely low-rise pants have made their way onto the runway – and, therefore, they will soon be in our closets as well.
(Left to right: Rosie Assoulin, Derek Lam, Tibi)
Spring Fashion Trends 2016 Low-Rise Pants
Who Says R&R Can Only Happen At Home?
Formerly known as “Rest & Relaxation”, R&R now also stands for “Robes & Runways”. The idea was inspired by a trending Instagram hashtag #robelife, referring to the luxury one feels while relaxing in a fancy, high-end hotel room – in a robe, of course. Looks like designers decided that #robelife shouldn’t be confined to a fancy hotel room. On the bright side, it’ll be much easier to get ready in the morning if all we have to do is roll out of bed and throw on a robe!
(Left to right: Givenchy, Thakoon, Public School)
Spring Fashion Trends 2016 Robes
March 01, 2016 — Katherine Welborn

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