Preview: Fashion Trends Spring 2017

So on Friday we talked about the Beauty Trends Spring 2017, so let’s discuss the Fashion Trends Spring 2017! I’m pretty excited about the trends next year, not because it’s anything new and fresh in specific, but it’s a fun mix of wearable clothes and dreamy ones. And as always, it’s up to you to decide what to incorporate in your style! Folks? Here are the fashion trends SS17:

Fashion Trends Spring 2017 | The Fashion Folks

Fashion Trends Spring 2017

Stripes for life

So stripes are never out of fashion, but they do reappear in different styles every season. Next year though, there are so many different styles, so stripes in any shape is kind of stylish. I loved Proenzer Schouler’s (see below) fashionable stripes and adored the classic feeling of Carolina Herrera. Using stripes is a great way of color blocking too, another trend that is growing bigger.

Florals for spring? Groundbreaking!

Aaaand florals is never out of fashion or style either. But naturally though, it’s always a bit extra buzzing when it’s spring/summer. This September a lot of the floral patterns embraced more is more, with eye-catching patterns for the bold one! Delpozo did them justice, so did Chloé (see below) and 3.1 Phillip Lim as well. More flowers please!

1980s Rock Life

Me talking about the 1980s is starting to get ridiculous, every week (if not every post). But guess, what, the 1980s rock life is trendy next year. We’ve had our fair share of oversized silhouettes and pastels, so it’s time for rock. Think: leather, leo and zebra prints, studs and t-shirts with print. Vera Wang, Coach (see below) and Alexander wang embraced the rock style of the 1980s.

Pink And Yellow

So I called for pink and yellow in combination being one of the top trends this year. Read the post here. Next year though, the two colors should be separated and embraced from top to toe. A monochrome look in pink or a monochrome look in yellow? Love them both! Valentino went for all pink (see below) as well as Balenciaga and Céline. Both Lacoste and Ralph Lauren worked the yellow life.

Tees with text

I talked about Dior in the post where I summed up Paris Fashion Week. And guess what, Dior is not the only fashion house that is embracing t-shirts with text, so is House of Holland (see below)! Get yourself a chic t-shirt with a fashionable text, and work the street style life! Love the idea of doing a t-shirt with text, distressed jeans and a pair of heels! Easy but chic.

Folks, that were some of the fashion trends spring 2017! Got a favorite? Share it below in the comments!

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  1. I’m super excited about those multicolor stripes and ’80s rocker chick references! I know I don’t usually wear multicolor anything (LOL) but for some odd reason I’m all giddy about it.

    I keep having visions of super glittery sequin multicolor stripe dresses.

    xo
    N
    Style Tomes ||ST on IG

  2. Ha, your “Florals for spring? Groundbreaking!” subhead made me laugh. Who would have thought florals and spring would make the perfect combo? I saw on Instagram that you mentioned that the 80s were making a comeback and I’m pretty excited about that one. The resurgence of the 90s has been so fun, bring on the 80s!

  3. I thought the same thing! There wasn’t really anything new, but a lot of the collections were so wearable and lovely that it didn’t matter. Florals are always good for spring, but I think I’m the most excited for stripes. Stripes are chic, ya’know?

    Amber | y a c h t s m a a n

  4. Yet another fantastic trend report, beautiful! I’m pretty excited about stripes becoming larger and larger in size, color, and overall impact. Like you’ve said, it’s such a great way to experiment with color blocking, too. I love wearing monochromatic outfits, regardless of color, though I’m pretty excited about pink and yellow going strong into the new season! Thank so much for sharing, beauty, and I hope you’re having a great start to your week so far!

    XO,

    Jalisa
    http://www.thestylecontour.com

    • Same here, love that stripes opens up the way for color blocking. Such a chic way of fashion! And love monochromatic outfits too, and both yellow and pink is so so cute! Thank you love, same to you! Xx

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