With so many stylish trends on the horizon this summer, we don’t blame you if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed — to be honest, we are too. Which is why we’ve made things a whole lot easier by picking 4 of the best trends to help you navigate this season in some much needed style.1. Summer Lovin’
Alberta Ferretti, Chanel, Isabel Marant, Christian Dior. (Images courtesy: Tagwalk.com)
As the sun comes up in spring and the flowers start to bloom, there’s a giddy feeling to this season’s latest trend. As seen at Alberta Ferretti, Chanel, Isabel Marant and Dior, the SS21 catwalks were awash with floaty fabrics and feminine details. If you haven’t guessed already, romantic details were big on the runways this season and must make way into your wardrobes. Think feminine details like slits, strappy dresses, delicate fabrics and pastel hues that evoke a sense of dreamy optimism.
Hermès, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Ami (Images courtesy: Tagwalk.com)
Summer is the perfect time to streamline your wardrobe with some solid coloured looks that feel like breath of fresh air. While there’s no denying the appeal of a good floral print, there’s just something alluring about going the minimal route — especially since they have the potential to become wardrobe mainstays. Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at the Spring/Summer ’21 runways for some minimalist inspiration. Simplicity made great strides on the catwalk with designers like Hermès, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ami and Valentino embracing a simple colour palette in streamlined silhouettes that rendered a refined result. So take a cue from the runways and master some minimalism this season.
Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Adeam, Chanel (Images courtesy: Tagwalk.com)
While we’re all for showing some skin in the summers, something has to be said about the polished appeal of a great pair of wide legged bottoms. Not only does it provide you with ample styling opportunities — like pairing it with something snug like a body suit or a billowy crop top — but it also looks incredibly elegant. Just take a look at the runway renditions of the wide-legged trouser at Louis Vuitton, Adeam and Chanel. And if the temps soar to unbearable degrees, you could always opt for some wide legged shorts as showcased on the catwalks of Dolce & Gabbana for some fun in the sun.
Alberta Ferretti, Fendi, Burberry, Max Mara (Images courtesy: Tagwalk.com)
If you’re tired of sporting those frumpy old sweatpants underneath your Zoom meeting-appropriate tops then you are not alone. We miss wearing some slick shirts under our blazers with well-fitted trousers and a great handbag. Lest we forget the click-clack sound that our presentation-ready pumps made every time we walked up to the office boardroom. While we may be far from returning back to our work-desks, there’s no reason why you can’t stock up on some office essentials now. The models that strutted their stuff down the runways of Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, Burberry and Max Mara made a serious case for missing workplace style.
Published by: Vibhuti Vazirani/ 2021-05-07