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Trend #1: Seventies Retro Fashion
1970’s style made a strong appearance on the runways during Fashion Week, giving the world a sneak peek into what’s heading to department stores in 2016. Hint: think funky flowers & butterfly prints, suede, and fabrics in throwback shades of green, yellow, blue, and orange.
But as sure as trends come & go, leave the 70’s style patterned tops and dresses for the clearance rack! Smartly apply this trend by adding a Retro Pop to your current wardrobe with funky infinity scarves in 70’s inspired colors and patterns. Pair one with a wrap dress and tall boots to give off that sultry seventies vibe.
Trend #2: Gender Neutral Colors
Free Expression is the theme of Pantone’s Spring 2016 Color Report, offering a unisex palette of colors that will lead both men & women’s fashion this Spring.
Pantone has selected it’s official Color of the Year, and predictions for the color palette that will rule fashion this Spring/Summer 2016. We’re loving the softness of Rose Quartz, and boldness of Fiesta!
Trend #3: Faux Fur
Keeping in trend with the 1970’s inspired movement, it should come as no surprise that faux fur styles will be a popular choice in Fall & Winter 2016. For an easy, everyday approach to this trend, try these faux fur scarves.
Trend #4: Simple, Gold Accessories
Say goodbye to over-sized bags, belts and statement necklaces! 2016 is all about keeping your accessories clean & simple. Think long, simple pendant necklaces and sleek gold belts.
Achieve the minimalist look with this Sleek Gold Mirror Belt. This belt looks fantastic when paired with a simple A-line dress and 70’s inspired jump suits.
Trend #5: Motherhood
While Motherhood certainly isn’t a new trend, it’s been garnering attention on the Runway. We’ve found some mom-friendly fashions that are both stylish & functional, like teething-necklaces and scarves that double as a breastfeeding cover. Genius!