Spring 2016 Trends From London Fashion Week Runways

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Every fashion week brings something unique to the table. Last week in London the designers showed three main fashion trends for Spring 2016 season and we gotta say it’s qll gonna be like back in 2012, bright, colorful and sheer.

London Fahion Week Spring 2016 Trends

Sheer Fabrics

sheer fabrics

David Koma, Bora Aksu, Burberry Prorsum

Sheer clothing, especially skirts are going to be the hit of the season. British designer brandss Bora Aksu, David Koma, Burberry Prorsum, and Ashish made a good part of their collections from sheer fabrics with odd overlays and lace.

To pull off the sheer skirt trend opt for an oversize sweater on top that is long enough to cover you bum.


bright colors

Antonio Berardi, Christopher Kane, Bora Aksu

Brights, notably yellow and orange, will definitely be the next season’s main trend. Christopher Kane, Fyodor Golan, and Holly Fullton offer jackets, tops, and dresses in most daring brights and color combos possible. There seem to be dtrict rules to wearing those bright. If it looks good, it looks good.

If you are apprehensive of bright overload then opt for a statement piece in bright color like a coat or a jacket.

Mixed Prints

mixed prints

Ashley Williams, Emilia Wickstead, Preen

Mixed prints were everywhere on London runways. Same prints in different colors were spotted at Johnathan Saunders while Emilia Wickstead, House of Holland, and Ashley Williams mixed and matched completely different prints in one look or even piece of clothing.

Mixing prints is always a challenge but it is equally fun so approach it through experimentation. You’ll never know otherwise.

London brought many fashionable ideas despite the Fashion Week being so short. Collections of David Koma, Bora Aksu, Burberry Prorsum, Julien McDonald, and Amanda Wakeley are our favorite for the season. What about you?

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.