Layering up in tones of light greys and creams from head to toe is this year’s easy update for casual suiting. John Varvatos did it best with the monotone, ultra-light layers, and even coordinating the shoes and neck scarf to the ensemble.
Perhaps the most versatile trend we are seeing this year is the vertical stripes. Seen
on everything from T-shirts to tailoring to sportswear, anyone can incorporate this into their wardrobe to work with their style. Our favourite runway look came from Etro -- the easy lightweight trousers pair seamlessly with the matching white shirt and navy jacket.
Florals are nothing new for spring and summer, but this season the colours were acidic, the textures were 3-dimensional, and the proportions were whimsical. We especially loved how Jason Wu’s gown had bright neon florals applied onto a black body to give them that extra punch.
If you’re loving the retro trends like the bell-bottom jeans, big sunglasses, and chunky shoulders, this one’s for you. Colourful, geometric prints paraded down the runways of major designers including Marc Jacobs, Valentino, Proenza Schouler, and Prada. The repetitive, eye-catching print in primary colours may seem chaotic, but ultimately gives off a stunningly mod look.
BY YUKI BARTON, RE:LUXE MAGAZINE
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