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TREND ANALYSIS





                        TRENDS HIGHLIGHT

                                                                                (Spring summer 17)





 Guys Welcome back for the analysis of Ss'17 trends. This season there's gonna be highlight a lot of trend mixtures around the fashion cities. Here's a quick view of trend analysis :





ALL FLORAL





Florals are the all time favorites for fashion freaks. This season floral is all over the garment from dress to accessories. Designers like Valentino, Dolce and Gabbana to Jason Wu, used florals as an inspiration for garment prints. 




80's




Yeah, 80's are back . From blonde big hair to dramatic makeup, 80's are back with bigger shoulder pads embraced with gusto. Designer like Ashley William took  80's as an inspiration for his collection.





                                         BAGGY-BAGGY





From the collection of Marni, the bagginess in designs jumped out this season. The designs were so sophisticated and colors were earthy. Despite of that number of designers choose baggy silhouettes onto their garments and that were so classy .




SHOULDER SPAN




This one is all about the numbers. How are your shoulders measuring up? Bigger is better was the message at Balenciaga where boxy blazer jackets, trench coats and dresses all saw shoulder proportions reach the max.




BAND-IT



This isn't about a grungy T-shirt and groupie styling, it's more the big-band aesthetic you'd expect to see drumming down Disney's Main Street. Worn with super-sized baggy jeans (albeit sequined ones, this is DSquared2 after all), natty marching band jackets with a touch of the Napoleonic about them were in plentiful supply during the Milan show. Pick ones that truly champion that Italian mindset: more is definitely more.




BELT IT UP



At Alberta Ferretti waists wearing floaty gypsy-style dresses were cinched tightly with up to three belts. Transfer this to your own wardrobe by picking leather options in similar shades and using different tensions so they all fall neatly, but care-freely. 












Shoulders have been the focal point of, oh, just about every fashion girl’s go-to outfit for Summer ’16, but come spring, designers are turning their attention a little lower, adding rows of ruffles, billowing volume, and pops of print to the lowly sleeve. Peter Pilotto did the near-impossible and offered a new take on the now-ubiquitous off-the-shoulder silhouette, giving a tie-front bandeau a pair of cuffed balloon sleeves. The ruffle trend also got an update at Preen, where they imparted extra witchy vibes to a trim polo shirt (in case the pentagram logo didn’t get the point across clearly enough). 


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