Five trends from the Spring 2015 looks at Fashion Week stood out as the perfect transition cloths to go from the cooler fall season to warmer spring weather: Gingham, navy, head-to-toe white, and fringe. Looking at these amazing runway designs, you may feel like there is no way they could be affordable for the everyday woman. Fortunately, there are ways to easily recreate the looks featured below:
Incorporate this fun pattern into your outfits by tucking in a chunky sweater to a gingham patterned skirt, like this one from American Apparel.
This color is so great because it stands out on any piece of clothing, while never getting too flashy. Keep your work cloths interesting by adding a splash of this fun, trendy color to your everyday blazer. This H&M blazer is less than twenty dollars.
Fringe is a great way to add interesting texture to your everyday items such as simple skirts and tops. This Ann Taylor tank top is the perfect piece for a casual weekend look or a night on the town. The great thing about fringe it that you can easily dress it up or down!
Head-to-toe white is classy and sophisticated and, right now, very fashion forward. Nordstrom’s has a great selection of white clothing such as these dress pants, a long coat, and a casual dress. While they are a bit more pricy than something from Forever 21, they are much less than the designer cloths featured on the runways.
Hopefully, these cheaper options have inspired you to recreate your own favorite fashion week looks! Happy shopping!