MSFW: The Biggest Trends For Spring 2015
It was yet again another whirlwind week at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2015, with everyone’s favourite designers presenting vibrant hues, statement prints and classic monochrome perfectly suited for the spring season.
With spring racing just around the corner, MSFW showcased a dedicated runway event to present some of the hottest styles you should be wearing at the races this year, which you can shop over at AlibiOnline! From fascinators to statement dresses, bold make-up looks and everything in-between, there was plenty to be envious of and we are hanging out to kick up our heels and party it up track side.
However it wasn’t just the fashions on the runway that left us in complete awe, it was some of Melbourne’s and Australia’s top fashion bloggers and celebrities who really amped it up for the day and night shows at Melbourne’s Town Hall.
Stunning monochrome was (as usual) key, with artful layering and statement shoes essential for the fashion guru’s spring wardrobe.
If you’re wondering what you should be wearing this spring… here’s a recap of the biggest fashion trends from Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2015 below.
The Biggest Fashion Trends for Spring 2015 at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Are:
As usual for spring there were plenty of floral prints, suited to wear both from day to play with vibrant and monochromatic hues. Either worn with matching separates or on its own, if you are looking to brighten up your spring wardrobe this is the perfect way to do it!
Yes! To welcome the warmer season, there’s no better way to get in the mood than with statement bold colours. Stunning hues in orange, red, lavender, pink, cobalt and seriously almost everything in-between is a great way to brighten up your style.
Back again – it’s all about the crop, teamed with pants or midi length skirts for a sophisticated touch. Crop tops have be given a sporty touch with unique fabrics, panelling and exposed zip fastenings as well as more feminine styles – seen in lace or with detailed embroidery.
This has to be one of our favourite trends. Combining all of the above, matching separates means everything from pants and tops, to skirts and tops and dresses with stylised outer layers. Go bold with colour and prints or stick to classic black and white.
What would Melbourne fashion be without a little monochrome? We love black and this year’s runway shows proved that this timeless trend will seriously never end. From little black dresses, to sexy tops and fitted skirts there’s something for everyone.
Did you guys go to the shows? Let us know in the comments below and which trends you’re looking forward to wearing the most…