10 spring/summer 2018 fashion trends to start wearing now

According to 

Marc Jacobs












2- Pastels;
Whether lilac, pink, lemon or duck egg blue, expect to see an array of fashion’s prettiest shades next season .




3- Checks; 
It looks as if heritage checks are going nowhere for the season ahead. Balenciaga’s came via voluminous coats as seen here, while Victoria Beckham’s had a more traditional appeal. 



Victoria Beckham

4- Plastic;
Perfect for British summers, waterproof plastics were a predominant look for spring/summer 2018. Calvin Klein and Fendi, plastic in varying shades will be everywhere in 12 months time.

Calvin Klein

5- Fringing; 
Fringing made a surprise comeback this season.  Bottega Veneta and Loewe gave them a sophisticated, empowered appeal. 

Bottega Veneta

 6– Bold colour;

From New York to Paris, the shows were awash with vibrant, bold shades to suit every colouring.

Bold colour
Stella McCartney










7- Sheer;
Transparency was a headlining trend – sheer coats, dresses and skirts revealed cycling shorts and full briefs.

Simone Rocha

8- Ruffles:
Ruffles added a feminine air yet again this season, with  Alexander McQueen, Givenchy and Valentino all incorporating them in their respective shows.


9- Cinderella shoes
If next season’s glitzy sequinned ready-to-wear is too much for you, then perhaps a sparkling Cinderella shoe is an alternative. 

Cinderella shoes
Tom Ford

10- Multiple bags
If you’re one of those people who carries both a tote bag and a handbag, then you’re ahead of the game. Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci adopted a more really is more approach to accessories by styling their models with two or more bags at once.

Multiple bags






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