Time to update your wardrobe with the latest Spring arrivals. Do you know what clothes and accessories are spring 2015 fashion must-haves? Use this cheat sheet for your shopping sprees to get geared up for spring summer 2015!
Star’s favourite 2015 shoe trend. Chunky heels AKA block heels add a sophisticated retro touch to the shoes. The main advantage is that they keep your step sturdy. Apparently, Mr. Louboutin was not right – high heels do not have to hurt.
As seen in: Dolce & Gabbana, Giambattista Valli, Tory Burch
Comfortable and classy, flats make the effortlessly stylish shoe type. For spring and summer 2015 choose the ones with juicy, saturated colours or gold embellishments. Step into the spectator trend in the classic, all-purpose oxfords and brogues. Or add a touch of feminity to your look with minimal slides.
As seen in: Dolce & Gabbana, Peter Som, Bottega Veneta
An athletic aesthetic clearly took over spring 2015 fashion runways, most notably by incorporating mesh, sheer and leather to minimalistic sportswear separates such as shorts, sweatshirts and relaxed pants. Sportswear minimalism also means at no surprise that polo tees are making a major comeback.
As seen in: Peter Som, Tory Burch, Polo Ralph Lauren
The sexiest body part in Spring Summer 2015? Exposed shoulders! If you are lucky to have nicely sculpted shoulders and backs, you can show them off in one-shoulder dresses or off-shoulder tops. Wear it to a dinner party or a warm date night for just the right amount of skin.
As seen in: Ralph Lauren, Jill Stuart, Tanya Taylor
Waitresses, nurses, and domestic workers – this spring your uniform is the trendiest! Fashionistas are looking forward to the new spring fashion trend which is actually a layering trick. Wear a skirt, be it short or long, over a dress for an extra hit of fashion.
As seen in: Ostwald Helgason, DKNY, Peter Som
You might have already invested in a pair of culottes for fall 2014. The tricky yet extremely elegant trend is still on, so do not throw them away! Fashion tip? Pair your culottes with a blouse or a jacket in the same colour.
As seen in: Jil Sander, Marni, Armani
Suede is an untypical material for spring but it takes a cue from 70s, the most inspirational decade this season. To get the head-turning suede in the right direction, make sure it has some pops of colour on it. Trench coats, skirts, and classic pants in coloured suede were bound to make an appearance on spring 2015 fashion shows. About colours, there are no limits: from pastel purples and bold blues to hot reds and mustard yellows.
As seen in: Derek Lam, Jason Wu, Gucci