A Guide to the Most Wearable Spring 2017 Fashion Trends

From slogan tees to rainbow stripes, this is what’s trending for spring 2017.

Wear Your Heart

Love was clearly from the air this season. Rodarte featured a heart bodice on a dress, while Proenza Schouler chose the trend at a direction with a showing cutout onto a top. At Gucci, a version walked down the runway wearing a black tulle gown featuring dagger and a large heart, and Marc Jacobs showed a collection worthy of a raver’s dream, with one definite sweater coated in heart motifs.

Tudor Style

You may thank the Elizabethan Age for the puffed up sleeves we have seen all around the runway for spring 2017. J. W. Anderson’s cream-colored shirts were reportedly motivated by jackets Henry VIII wore. While Gucci dresses also carried a modern spin on the Tudor style Burberry’s artisan-inspired shirts had a vibe.

Super Stripes

Stripes in every iteration were seen on the spring 2017 runways. By Fendi and Ports 1961’s mix-and-match models (yes, you can wear stripes of different sizes and colours in the same outfit!) The print obtained a upgrade into Rosie Assoulin’s glittering rainbow striped dress. Adam Selman experimented with the print, while Monse and Alexander Wang coated tops and dresses.

Double Duty: Dresses Over Pants

It’s a trend we have seen before, but the appearance can certainly help you freshen up your wardrobe staples. Brands like Gucci and Rodarte styled two or a version at dress-over-pants ensembles. While Derek Lam paired a simple frock over slacks that were color-block Sportsmax featured an dress-like sweatshirt on a slick set of trousers.

The Bustier Is Back

Tome and Tibi made announcements regarding the craft of layering with bustier-style tops worn over jersey tops. Victoria Beckham styled versions in bustier shirts that were paired with sleeves that were loose. She sent which peeped out of oversize velvet blazers.

Chatty Tees

Wordy tops were everywhere on the runway this season. Haider Ackermann featured T-shirts that read “Quiet Soldier,” while Henry Holland celebrated his brand’s tenth anniversary by gluing his signature slogan tees. As Dior’s first female creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri created a powerful political statement using a white shirt which read, “We Should All Be Feminists.”

Think Pink

At Paris fashion week, designers were viewing things through rose-colored eyeglasses. CĂ©line, Balenciaga, and Valentino sent their renditions of dresses paired with vibrant-hued boots or tights to match down. Much Givenchy added touches of rose and red to the palette of browns and blacks, while the opening look of Nina Ricci featured a blouse.