When it comes to women’s fashion, you need to look at the Runway Designs of each season to stay in fashion so you are always up to date. In this sense, now that we are approaching the end of the blizzards and the warmer weather, it is time to update your spring wardrobe so that you are prepared from the first time you step out of your door into the breezy fresh air of spring . To get to this point, however, you should check out the following Trends and tips for getting dressed right this spring.
First of all, the military designs of winter will be adopted this spring, only this time they will be processed into lighter materials. You can’t go wrong with a spring jacket or a raincoat that is militarily locked at the front or has buttons on the chest. Although you can still get away with short Hipster raincoats, the style slowly shifts towards longer below the buttock length and even to the knee when you combine the coat with a beautiful pair of suede or leather boots to lengthen your legs.
Next up in spring is the abstract Trend, sometimes referred to as architectural Design, which illuminates the catwalks around the globe. The essence of this women’s fashion trend are sharp cuts and accents that make a shirt, dress or skirt look really sharp, edgy and modern. If you stick to soft shades with sharp black edges or accents, they are traditionally fine. But if you want to move the fashion envelope you may want to create your own abstract clothing by combining solids with sharp jewelry that extends beyond the clothing.
Speaking of dresses, this season in women’s fashion length is very important as very short and very long is way out. Although last fall may have been filled with tights and short sweaters that created the Mini Look, Minis are still very popular, While the middle thigh lengths are fine, the best cut for most dresses and skirts is gently above the knee in spring, although there is room for small variations. Extremely long is also out again, so try to avoid the flowing Look.
If the last thing you need in your wardrobe this spring are some floral prints, but not the big floral prints that make them look like curtains. Instead, choose floral prints that are small and detailed and look more like prints than flowers. Combine this Look with a military jacket or a tunic Shirt and you’ll have a Look that will let you easily jump out to anyone passing by on the street. If you put on a pair of boots, you’ll be as close to the runway as possible as you stroll through your everyday life.