The curtains have closed on London Fashion Week 2021 and we have some wildly wearable trends for Spring/Summer 2021. As society continues to fight the global pandemic, the focus of fashion has shifted towards the timeless and elegant picks. London Fashion Week left us with elements that are equal parts comfortable and chic. As the consumers keep on investing in pieces that don’t run out of trend, the designers showcased their collection that adhered to this very mindset. For the upcoming season, we have trends that amplify the idea of fashion shedding its rules.
1. Romantic rendezvous
As showcased by Erdem and Emilia Wickstead, the romantic florals went through a submissive course for the Spring 2021 trends. The runway of London Fashion Week 2021 was all about silhouettes that uplifted ruffles, frills and everything feminine.
2. Artsy Affair
The worldwide lockdown has evoked the need for hobbies in all our lives. Designers at London Fashion Week 2021 amplified the idea with pieces that resemble the aesthetic of a canvas. Christopher Kane showcased a collection that displayed the painterly elements.
3. Dramatic Cutouts
The London Fashion Week 2021 made way for creative cutouts. If you thought the trend has overstayed, it’s time you indulge in the underrated versatility of this element. Victoria Beckham and Maximilian showed chic ways to use cutouts for a greater appeal.
4. Turn-up the volume
The runways witnessed some outstanding and sumptuous statement pieces. Designers like Halpern and Roksanda brought a twist into the volume of their dresses making the ensembles an absolute head turner.
5. Buttery soft
For Spring 2021 colour palette, think of calm and soothing. Butter stood out as one of the most prominent shades on the runway and it’s safe to assert this buttery yellow shade is going to be the new basic in the upcoming time.
The Spring 2021 trends bring to the forefront some fashion picks that have been long forgotten, with a much-needed style upliftment. I am already pulling out the classics, what about you?
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