10 January 2014
As we welcome the new season, we welcome a whole host of enchanting colours, textures and shapes to play with. Fashion Week saw a huge variety of trend updates; logos made a comeback, monochrome had a makeover and floral prints were out in force. Why not take inspiration from our favourite looks and give your wardrobe a spring clean.
Supercharged posies, tattoo blooms and 3D blossoms – florals are full on for SS14 and we can’t get enough! Carven courted the trend with a printed mac, perfect for staying stylish during those dreaded April showers. We’ll be wearing this dress by Closet when the sun eventually decides to shine!
Pink continues to reign supreme for SS14, from soft fondant shades through to rose and vibrant raspberry. Burberry championed the look, and you can too in this Jolie Moi sequinned collar blouse.
Satin and metallic in every colour of the rainbow brought a heavy dose of glamour to proceedings this season with chrome bombers and embossed biker jackets. Lanvin smashed two SS14 trends in one with this show stopping silver boiler suit.
Next season, style will make a statement, literally. 90’s inspired logos made a comeback, with Ashish showcasing sequined pieces alongside a splashes of pop culture. Our cropped tee provides a subtler take on the trend.
The monochrome look has a much fresher appeal for SS14. Wardrobe essentials took centre stage at Victoria Beckham; this delicate cami and a matching mini is case in point. Neon Rose’s skater dress ticks two of this season’s trend boxes – mono and sports luxe, result!
With neon colours and sporty shapes, this trend is guaranteed to be the hottest trend for SS14 and you can count on neoprene to be THE fabric of the season. Pull off this trend with racer backs, shorts and plimsolls while incorporating sections of sports mesh. We can’t get enough of the looks seen at Tommy Hilfiger SS14.
The corrugated skirt is the star buy of S/S 2014 – indeed no wardrobe will be complete without one. Luckily all sensibilities from upscale glamour to grungy hipster are catered for with mini, maxi and midi hemlines, all rippled by razor sharp pleats. Take inspiration from the lady like shapes seen at Dior.