Collections from Self-Portrait, Phillip Lim, Calvin Klein, Monse and others present an influence of the American Flag theme, featuring stripes and stars and limiting the color mix between white, blue and red.
Anoraks are back in rend, patterned or uni, around or under the knee line. These make a natural choice for the windy days of early spring. Pick bright colors! Oh yes and, if you really want to be trendy, pick plastic!
Neon colors – you thought this trend will go away? Not in the least! Actually, not only the colors are brighter, but the patterns will enrich, too, many fashion predictors indicating bright tribal color and pattern mixes.
Transparency – spring 2018 will be less about showing skin and more about…guessing skin, under sheer medium or long dresses, pants, or jackets.
Crazy prints – mixing prints is a matter of art and knowledge. If you have a natural sense of fashion you are among the lucky ones who only needs to breeze through trends. If you are like the rest of us, mortals, it’s safer to go for what the fashion houses indicate. This year, Armani proposes a mix of African prints, while Mary Katrantzou presents a lively mix of polka dots and rich-colored oversized flowers patterns.
Fancy denim is not necessarily as must, but it will get you noticed, that’s for sure. Take, for instance, the floral jumpsuit (photo above) presented paired with precious sandals by Adam Selman
Sequins and shine will THE THING this summer and don’t think you can’t mix them into your daily outfits. Toning down the sparkle with some jeans, or a sweatshirt will do the trick.
Pastels – some pastel shades are trendier than others. Get inspired by pink, lilac of duck egg blue.
Fringe – this trend is back. From dresses, to footwear, fringing will give your outfit a sophisticated look.