Today I was reading through some magazines and looking at the fashion trends for spring. There are some trends I like (two tone, nudes, ruffles, florals) and some that I am not so find of (prints, underwear as outerwear and utility chic)
I absoutley love this trend. It is so simple and sophisticated. I think anybody can pull it off and look really chic.
Asos Spotty Collar Frill Top
Pied a Terre Gormley Stud Bow Shoe
I think this look is also very sophisticated and elegant. However I am not sure that nudes really suit my colouring so I may just stick to the nude accessories.
Asos One Shoulder Chiffon Top
Reiss Picton Weave Drawstring Bag
Mango Lazos Bow Front Flat Shoe
I am loving ruffles. I think they add a little bit of fun and feminity to an outfit. However I am not mad about them if they are a bit OTT.Here are a few examples of ruffles I like:
Warehouse Ruffle Lace Cardi
I was really happy when this trend came out as I have always had a bit of a soft spot for floral prints. However now that I see so many florals in all they shops they have started giving me a bit of a headache. I think I prefer the smaller more subtle floral designs such as the dress below from warehouse and the skirt from asos. However I am not keen on the floral print in the tube skirt from oasis.
Warehouse Nirvana Ditsy Dress
Asos Darling Pocket Floral Skirt
Oasis Floral Tube Skirt
I think this trend is really personal because you can either like a print or not. Personally I am not keen on the animal print top or the Vivienne Westwood bag below. However I do quite like the Orla Kiely print lap top skin.
Asos Animal Print Top
Vivienne Westwood New Harlequin Large Shoulder Bag
Orla Kiely Scribble Stem Print Lap Top Skin
Underwear as Outerwear
I think this trend can look okay but I do not think I would ever have the confidence to wear it.
This is my absoulute least favourite trend. I think it is very unflattering on the majority of people and something I would never purchase.
Oasis Peg Leg Combat Trousers
Oasis Pocket Utility Jacket
Thanks for reading my blog post and I would love to hear what your favourite trends are for spring 2010.