SS16 Trends That You Can (And Arguably Should) Buy And Wear Now

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SS16 Trends That You Can (And Arguably Should) Buy And Wear Now

by Charlie Gowans-Eglinton |

New season, new lovely things to buy to replace the things that you thought were lovely last season but are now HORRIBLE THROW THEM AWAY. Not really. Just add these things on top.

Some of Spring/Summer’s biggest trends aren’t exactly January friendly – I’m talking negligee stylee slip dresses (at Givenchy, Celine and Calvin Klein Collection) fishnet body-stockings (really. And surprisingly great at Valentino and Alexander McQueen) and cutout shoulder details (all over the shop. Erdem, Preen, Barbara Casasola). Also, remember when I told you to put away the sequins? SUCKAS you’re gonna need them they are totally big huge news for the new season - Sonia Rykiel and Lanvin gave truly excellent spangle. Anywho, not all of the SS16 trends are sunshine–specific: you can crack these guys out early, so you probably should.

1. Florals



Botanical floral shift dress, £45, Warehouse; Embriodered leather midi skirt, £110, Topshop; Floral occasion midi dress, £40, ASOS

2. Stripes

Picking up the rainbow baton from Gucci and Valentino’s Cruise collections and wave it giddily, because Judy Garland would want you to.

Striped jumper, £29.99, H&M; Stripe textured dress, £35.99, Mango; F&F Candy striped slim leg trousers, £18, Tesco

3. Bows ’n’ ruffles

Embrace the frou frou, my friends.

Pointelle ruffle jumper, £52, Topshop; Dolly bow trainers, £25, ASOS, Ruffled skirt, £49.99, Mango

4. Bomber Jackets

Quite nippy out, intit?

Quilted bomber jacket, £39.99, Zara; Jacquard-weave bomber jacket, £49.99, H&M, Pastel pink jacket, £59.99, Mango

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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