Over the last 4 weeks, we have seen many pieces and trend come down the runways in Paris, Milan, London and New York. While the exact items haven’t even made it into production yet, we have to wait 6 months until we can get our hands on them. However, we can use these trends as inspiration to do some current – season shopping. There are plenty in the market right now that echos the Spring 2015 trends. Be a fashion leader and stay one step ahead of everyone else.
Yes To Gingham
This classic check fabric appeared in the Spring collections by Altuzarra, Oscar de la Renta and Diane Von Furstenberg. For Fall, try to go for a darker shade of gingham in black, navy and brown.
Timo Weiland ginham-front sweater, $295, available at Barneys New York
Bright Me Up
Shiny fabric and rainbow brights dominated the runway, from Jeremy Scott to Marc Jacobs. Brights are usually reserved for Spring, but you can shop for a similar piece for Fall as a little pick-me-up on a gloomy cold day.
Karla Spetic Knit Sweater, $270, available at Net-a-Porter
Candy – Colored Fur
As seen in Coach, Giamba and more, fur seems to be more appropriate for Fall rather than Spring, therefore, we can totally rock this trend right now.
Fairy Floss faux fur coat, $88, available at nastygal
All In Denim
Head-to-toe denim showed up on the runway at Gucci, Stella McCartney and many more. Denim never goes out of style and they are appropriate for any season, you can’t go wrong by investing in a good quality piece.
Frame Denim Le High skinny overalls, $299, available at Nordstrom
Even if you are not into sport, you will probably find yourself dressing like one from time to time, they can be pretty comfortable on a causal day. Sporty details – from performance inspired fabrications like mesh to athletic-inspired stipes and trims, were important elements at Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone and more. The activewear trend is going pretty strong on the market right now, you can find plenty of sporty fashion at the moment.
Combined Top, $59, available at Zara