Spring key trends

From seventies, monochrome, bold hues, to minimalism and sport chic. Here is a roundup of some of need- to- know trends and looks to invest in next season.

Spring colours

Pink – Feminine and eye catching, pink is even more interesting worn as a key piece for your look: dress, or separates such as coat, pants or skirts.

Yellow – there is a yellow for everyone this season and it can be worn in a print (e.g.: florals), or teamed with a bold colour such as a pair of bright blue heels. Or tone it down with whites, khakis, or greys.

Black and white – the various textures, patterns and silhouettes make this classic combination interesting. .

Head-to-Toe white – this look is best worn by mixing textures, layering multiple pieces together, and teaming various shades.

Regis Boutique Galway

Aria Boutique Naas

Penney’s

The Subtle ’70s

With plenty of flower prints, fringing detailing, abundance of denim, wide legged trousers or retro lapels, the seventies are the chosen decade trend this season.

Zara

Sporty chic

Sport-theme styling has been one of the most styles worthy choices for the past couple of seasons, and it continues to be so. Effortless and elegant, go for luxe fabrics and more relaxed items. Think slouchy dresses luxed up with sleek blazer, oversized sweatshirt teamed with slim pants and glam trainers,

Dunnes Stores

French Connection

Minimalism

Minimalism appears to be the antidote of this season bold trends of bright colours and striking prints. With natural colours, clean lines, subtle textures and simple accessories, this ready to wear trend is ideal for work and evening.

Vila

Power Flower Prints

Flowers prints are once again a major trend for spring. Big, bold and blooming, for special occasion, weekend casual, even work. You can even wear it head to toe for style statement.

 

Regis Boutique

Zara

 

Military chic
Whether in subtle details like uniform belts and double pockets, utility jacket or head-to-toe combat gear, choose streamlined military-style pieces that come in the olive shade.

Promod

Nautical

It is so much more than the blue stripes. Vertical or horizontal lines in pink, green, red, or navy hues, marine creatures, and sea prints or ropes details were seen in power pieces such as skirts, dresses or jackets.

 

Oasis

Delilah.

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