2015 Trends to Try Right Now

2014 is a year of fashion highs. While you might still be attached to its trends, you need to embrace 2015’s new styles. Be a forward-thinking fashionista by getting first dibs on the New Year’s hottest trends.


Leather has been spotted on the Spring/Summer 2015 runways of Yves Saint Laurent and Isabel Marant. Although it is being promoted for the hotter seasons, this edgy style can be used for winter too! After all, leather is a luxe and sexy fabric that can keep you fashionably warm during the cold season. Should weather permit it, you can still wear it for spring – and summer too!

leather pants leather jacket and skirt

70’s-Inspired Fashion

The 70’s is an era hallmarked by mood rings, women’s liberation and rad colors, to name a few. The latter is actually the inspiration behind a handful of 2015 trends, as seen on the catwalks of Valentino and Marni. These bold colors and geometric prints are trendy pick-me-uppers, as they can liven up your boring winter wardrobe. Come spring, 70’s-inspired fashion can add the color and vibrancy that the season demands.

70's colorful fashion hippie fashion


Another 2015 trend that mirrors 70’s-inspired fashion is ruffles. Pretty and flowing, these embellishments have been largely seen on the collections of Valentino and Haider Ackermann. With the flirty nature of ruffles, they truly are the perfect additions to your 2015 Spring/Summer wardrobe.

cream ruffle dress green ruffled top

All-White Fashion

Crisp, all-white fashion – this 2014 trend has managed to push through to 2015. This pristine and immaculate style, as rallied by Balmain and David Koma, is a simple yet stylish way to welcome the hotter seasons.

white top and pants whte blazer and shorts

Sheer Clothing

Spring is right around the corner. Although winter still lingers, it would not hurt to prepare for Spring/Summer’s hottest trend: sheer clothing. Seen on the runways of Robert Cavalli and Port 1961, sheer fashion is one of the things you should invest on – so you can be one of the first to wear it come spring.

sheer top and pants sheer top

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