*F A S H I O N* : Trends to watch for 2016

As spring season approaches, we all have one thing in mind – What should I wear? The transition of seasons always presents an exciting new opportunity to update our wardrobe (and give us another excuse to shop!). I devoured through shows and videos of Fashion Week in search for inspiration and I’d love to share my new finds with you. Here are some top trends you can incorporate into your new spring wardrobe.

The 70’s Lace-up

Any fashionista would know that this trend is not completely new, but it is definitely still in! Continuing from the 70’s revival trend in 2015, lace-ups are presented in new and refreshing ways this spring.

Rebecca Minkoff SS16 Source: Vogue.com
Rebecca Minkoff SS16
Source: Vogue.com
KYE SS16 Source: Vogue.com
KYE SS16
Source: Vogue.com

Be fashionable with your activewear too! PRJON has incorporated lace-ups in a classic way so you can wear it and be in style all year long.

PRJON Lace-up Sports Bra PRJON Form Fitting High-Waisted Leggings
PRJON White Classic Criss-Cross Sports Bra

 

Pretty in Pink

This spring, designers are encouraging women to embrace their femininity through color. While the androgynous, boyfriend look has become the epitome of high fashion, women still want to feel pretty. This season we are presented with exciting new ways to wear pink through beautiful silhouettes and textures, etc.

Supima SS16 Source: Vogue.com
Supima SS16
Source: Vogue.com
Isa Arfen SS16 Source: Vogue.com
Isa Arfen SS16
Source: Vogue.com
Emanuel Ungaro SS16 Source: Vogue.com

And don’t forget to add a pop of pink to your activewear as well!

PRJON High Performance Tank Top with Neon Pink Mesh Back Form Fitting Leggings with Calf Zigzag Mesh in Neon Pink

 

Handsome Ruffles

Another feminine detail made in fresh new ways. Wear ruffles this spring without feeling overly girly and princess-like.

Vivienne Tam SS16 Source: Vogue.com
Vivienne Tam SS16
Source: Vogue.com
Herve Leger SS16 Source: Vogue.com
Herve Leger SS16
Source: Vogue.com

 

Lanvin SS16 Source: Vogue.com

Thank you for reading!