Our Favorite Spring 2016 Trends From NYFW

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New season, new trends. Spring 2016 promises to be quite as exciting as the previous season. It is full of feminine styles and elements, the designs are made to free you from constraints of time appropriate clothing. Everything’s appropriate and anything’s allowed if you wear it with style. 70’s fashion has a heavy influence this time. Flared sleeves, boho chic skirts, and crochet styles are all there but what we are interested in is bare shouders, sequins, and some tasteful tie dye prints.

Spring 2016 Trends From NYFW

Bare shoulders Spring 2016 trend

From L to R: Nicole Miller, Zimmermann, Cushnie et Ochs

Bare Shoulders

Bare shoulders were all around the runways. The styles are diverse and interesting but the key feature is the off-shoulder sleeves that give you a coquettish look. Tops and dresses alike can feature this piquant detail and not be just for the beach.

Sequin Spring 2016 trend

Vera Wang, Carolina Herrera, Rodarte


We love the idea of wearing sequins just because. No need to have a special reason or occasion. Sequin tank dresses are a hit but you can also rock the jackets, the skirts, or simply clothes with sequin elements all day everyday wherever and whenever you feel like it. We are loving this freedom fashion.

Tie dye Spring 2016 trend

Tracy Reese, Altuzarra, Thakoon

Tie Dye

70’s are back with the bang. Experience and experiment with the bursts of color in tie dye pieces. We loved the dyed prints in Altuzarra collection. They are multicolor but tasteful and work great as statement and everyday pieces. A more understated tie dye clothes can be found in Trace Reese collection. Sophisticated and subtle as tie dye can be.

What trends did you like the most from the NYFW?

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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.