The big fashion shows in Paris, Milan, London, Berlin and New York are over and have set the trends for the year 2015. With a large number of the designers, the sixties fever has broken out again. Beats, flowers, lace, fringes and waving clothes are hip this year. In addition, pastel tones, especially in the spring collection, show a not to be underestimated dominance.
Hippie-Style And Jeans-Fabric Again Fully In Fashion
The look in online shops for trendy fashion, as this leads to EZINERELIGION, quickly reveals the direction of the current fashion trends. This year, the tube-yen has finally departed and is replaced by a recurring trend, namely the “blow”. The trendy “hippie trend” does not stop the creation of the masters of creation. 2015 Man wearing floral shirts decorated shirts, which have a V-neck reaching to the belly. Flowers are also found on the pants.
Renowned Lables such as Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Jason Wu and Victoria Beckham put their military looks on their shows, among other things. The women’s model wore dresses with buttons and collars and a uniform. In addition, the catwalks were also crossed with military jackets and shoulder inserts. A similar trend was also suggested by designers who put on sand-colored safari outfits.
Marsala And Pastel Colors Dominate In 2015
Anyone who has buried his old jeans jacket from 2001 deep inside the wardrobe, should bring it back again quickly. This year, jeans is again fully fashionable. The world market leader in the field of color systems, the US company Panton , has this year declared the color Marsala as a trend. This is an earthy, dark red, which was named after a liqueur wine. Marsala also has light pastel tones.
With the trendy colors 2015, one can certainly make friends as a woman. Marsala should also look quite stylish in men. Whether the military look or the hippie-style, including the percussions with floral pattern, is left to everyone. Some try to follow the trends of the big fashion shows, while others remain true to the old habits. Finally, a little more the offer of the big fashion houses determined the style of the mainstream.