2017 has just begun, and designers already know exactly what you will be wearing next 12 months.
We decided to make this easy for you and of the many fashion trends, chosen the coolest that will help you update your wardrobe for the new season.
Ruffles, ruffles, lace
Femininity and elegance are back in fashion this year. Well, what could be more feminine than the translucent lace dresses, airy ruffles and playful ruffles? Don’t be afraid to add your own image a little levity, making a bet on this fashion trend.
Bright floral prints are still relevant for more than one season, and it’s no wonder. Clothes of such colours, is is appropriate to wear not only in summer but when the window rainy autumn or cold winter. A bomber or skirt with gorgeous flowers just can not help but cheer up, besides, reminds you of summer.
Sport-chic has caught the fancy of fashionistas around the world for its versatility and convenience. It is important not to forget about the basic rules when choosing this style of clothes: don’t combine more than 3 colors, avoid bright logos, do not overload the image with multiple layers and unnecessary details.
Looks like we can safely say that the fashion of the early 2000-ies in short tops again. Crop tops or bra-tops today, it is appropriate to combine with almost any piece of clothing — pants, skirts, shorts.
Perhaps one of the most important trends in fashion this year is stripes. Pants, dresses, bags, tops, designers use bold stripes almost everywhere. To balance the way things mix and match stripe is more classic and calm parts of your wardrobe.
The first year outfits military style do not descend from covers of fashion magazines. In the upcoming season khaki is presented as the feminine models, and more dynamic, resembling a military uniform.
50 shades of pink
Designers around the world unanimously recognized by all shades of pink are the main favorites of 2017. Caramel rose, strawberry, dark cherry, fuchsia — by choosing any of these colors, you will surely be in the trend.
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