Five Trending Themes in Women’s Fashion Clothing for Spring/Summer 2015

Women have quite an eye for the latest fashion trends. Whether it is on television, on the internet, or on magazines, they have the greatest tendencies to keep themselves updated of what’s in for the upcoming seasons. Though 2015 is still far from today, but designers are already showcasing their works on Women’s fashion clothing. Since it’s going to be for spring and summer, have a look at these trending fashion themes that are quite fitting for the coming seasons.

Phys Ed

Sports reference is one of the most popular themes when it comes to women’s apparel. As a matter of fact, different clothing lines like Tommy Hilfiger, DKNY, Sacai, and Gucci have already prepared their designs for the seasons. This applies mostly on track pants and shorts, as well as on bomber jackets with bra tops underneath. The type of fabric used are mostly mesh, neoprene, and nylon with bright hues of color. Color blocks also count in this theme where a solid colors are used to emphasize a piece or a certain part of the clothing. Of course, the theme wouldn’t be called as such without stripe remixes and varsity numbers. Additionally zippers were added both for style and function.

Avant Pop

This concept is one of the most inspirational references as spearheaded by Celine, Prada, and Preen. Using several colors, the designers use them to form unique patterns and pop art on their works, which makes them more appealing to the consumers. Aside from those, wrapped techniques as well as asymmetrical silhouettes puts more edge, while 3D or jewel encrusted embellishments makes the theme livelier.

Tropical Kitsch

Many designers in Milan think that women may want to wear something with a variety of patterns with tropical floral, palms, and paradise reference. Materials used for such dresses include satin, silk, and printed chiffon. They also have halter necks and slits that looks like silhouettes with accents like beads or 3D embellishment.

Formula Solution

Formula Solution is also one of the themes to be included this year, and is going to be spearheaded by leaders like Fendi, Helmut Lang and Yigal Azrouel. The theme is described to have a monochromatic palette and patterns such as retro and fractured geometrics. Organza layers also produce some transparency on the clothing, while 3D textures and laser cut materials provide a very unique appearance. Furthermore, asymmetrical silhouettes and wrapped styles lead silhouette directions, while cutouts are a highlighted detail.

La Vie En Rose

Last, but definitely not the least is supposed to be the most feminine message of the season, La Vie en Rose. Mary Katrantzou, Matthew Williamson, and Giambattista Vallimake it happen as they focus on a powdery pastel color palette. They use an assortment of fabrics such as chiffon, organza and lace that turn up on fuller silhouettes as well as on below-the-knee hemlines. As for the clothing’s designs, florals and romantic blooms are in for the seasons with 3D appearance in addition to popular ruffle details.



Source by Dan V Brown