Anushka Makar is a graduate from the University of Wollongong in Dubai, Fashion Enthusiast and Former Fashion Blogger at EleganzaDubai
How often have you wanted to buy that gorgeous designer dress that you have seen on the Instagram posts of many celebrities? Every woman wants a closet filled with designer clothes. However, the depth of our wallets may not be deep enough and the fast paced change in trends creates hindrances for our ideal closets.
TRENDS KEEP CHANGING AND IT’S HARD TO KEEP TRACK OF WHAT IS IN STYLE. WE’RE BREAKING DOWN ALL THE MAJOR TRENDS SEEN ON THE RUNWAYS THIS SPRING. ADDITIONALLY, WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVES FOR THE SAME!! READ ON THE BIGGEST TRENDS SEEN ON THE RUNWAY AND OWN A PIECE OF CLOTHING THAT WILL RAMP UP YOUR STYLE GAME WITHOUT
LEAVING YOUR WALLETS EMPTY.
1.The Cold Shoulder
The off-shoulder trend has been here since Spring 2013. However, this year, designers have taken a step further and highlighted just the shoulders with cutouts making the trend more sultry. What we love about this look is its versatility and its ability to add oomph without revealing too much skin. This season collar bones were flaunted all over the runway by major designers like Givenchy, Jason Wu, Derek Lam and many more have rocked this trend.
2 Denim Blues
You can never go wrong with denim, but it’s not just about revamping your blues! It’s not just about keeping track of which style of jeans is trending. Designers this season are turning the staple into more than just jeans. The Chanel Spring 2016 collection had some structured dresses, sophisticated trousers and much more. Many other designers like Opening Ceremony, Gabriela Hearst, Fendi and others showed off this trend on the runway. You can now have a denim outfit for every occasion. Get out of your comfort zone and try out this funky trend. We bet the compliments will follow you.
3 White Shirt Redux
Every woman’s essential the “White Shirt” has been revived with a high fashion twist! You can now make this old favorite, buttoned down shirt into a completely different look. This trend had a makeover on the runway by designers such as Zac Posen, Valentino, Philip Lim, Tome and others. The shirt was seen with ruffles, plunged necklines, puffy sleeves and much more. It is no more your basic boyfriend shirt!
It’s not just about the bend fabric anymore! Pleats are so much more than that this season. Designers have used pleats to add structure to the body and make it look sexy. The trend has transformed itself from a dress for the girl next door to little flirtation for the bold woman. Pleated dresses, skirts, pants and much more were seen on
the runway for Chanel, Boss, Tome, Proenza Schouler and others.
5 Five Lines
Fashion develops but stripes have never gone out of style. It was seen on the runway this Fashion week in all sorts of shapes and sizes for all sorts of shapes and sizes. Stripes now can be worn horizontal, vertical, in silk, cotton, ribbed jerseys from day to night for any occasion. It’s time to throw you basic stripe tee and experiment with this trend. It hit the runways by designers we all love namely, Giorgio Armani, Dior, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo.
6 Orange is the New Black
For all of you wondering the color of the season, we are here to tell you that it is undoubtedly orange. A staggering amount of designers chose to spotlight the color orange on the runways. We saw blouses, pants, dresses, skirts done up in this beautiful shade. Boss, Merissa Web, Erin Fetherston are among the few. We suggest you fill your wardrobes with this shade right now!
You do not need to wait till the This Spring ’16 designers have added to the flexibility of the fabric and showcased everything from glitter shorts perfect for the day to fancy glitter gowns. Designer like Marc Jacobs, Alber Elbaz showed of the trend. If you love wearing glitter, its time to rejoice! holidays to bring your shine on!
8 Pyjama Party
Believe it or not, designers have brought lingerie inspired pieces to the runway, which might just be the sexiest look you can pull off this spring. Now you can show off your lingerie inspired outfits to everyone as they are designed to wear going out around the city. Designers like Givenchy, Prabal Gurung, Thakoon displayed this new style. The question is how daring are you to try this trend?