We are ready to represent you all the newest fashion trends for spring 2014 straight from the catwalk. I have picked up several great ideas from Paris, Milan and New York fashion shows so that you can now relax and enjoy this parade of ultra-modern designer silhouettes.
Let’s begin with color trends 2014. For spring designers offer to keep to pastel and pale tones like mint, lilac, sky blue, pale pink, gray, white and so on. Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, Rebecca Taylor and many other popular designers included pastel tones in new spring/summer collections.
Fashion shows represented not only spring and summer collections but also pre-fall and fall 2014 collections. From this selection we can say that cropped jackets are back again. On the runway they are combined with bodycon dresses, short sexy skirts and skinny jeans.
Bright color combos will be popular for coming spring. Stripes combined with monotony looks great not only on the catwalk but also on the street. Alexander Wang, Altuzarra, Costello Tagliapietra and others showed fantastic ideas on how to mix and match bright colors.
Another trend that have come back is wide leg trousers. The style was spotted several times on the latest fashion shows by Trina Truck, BCBG Max Azaria and Rosie Assoulin. High waist trousers will look smashing with crop tops. One tone wide leg trousers is shown with colorful tops.
Another selection of jackets is represented on New York Fashion Week. At this time they are more sporty with prints and glitter fabrics. Marc by Marc Jacobs, Tracy Reese and Miliy combined jackets with shorts and skirts.
Alongside with sporty styles New York Fashion Week represented lovely dresses in pastel tones. Those vintage dresses with beautiful prints will be perfect choice for thematic parties. You can choose one of those dresses by Proenza Schouler, Alice+Olivia or Christian Siriano.
Sweater is an essential part of your spring wardrobe. To look stylish choose the one with bright prints and patterns. Such cool sweater can be combined with both skirts, shorts and pants. Many designers represented trendy sweaters. Among them are Mara Hoffman, Trina Trank and Altuzara.