There's still a few days to go until Paris Fashion Week closes its curtain but I really can't fight the urge to work on a trend recap of next season's color. They were just Too refreshing! So now here's the idea of what you'll need to buy for your spring wardrobe. It might be a bit early, but hey, can you resist it?
|Luca Luca/ Versace/ Fendi|
Next Spring, many designers have taken a break from bold and vivid colors last summer to something softer, sweeter and more subtle. Pastel is going to be a huge hit next year, and it's not pink or beige that top the league this time. Blue is a new black. Variation of blue rules almost every runway. And as soon as I realized it's blue, my favorite color, I was jumping with joy.
|Marc Jacobs/ Balmain/ Moschino Cheap and Chic|
|Prada/ Preen/ Roland Mouret|
|Balmain/ Bally/ DVF|
|Dolce & Gabbana/ Prada/ Erdem|
Other soft hues like pale shades of pink, orange and yellow are not going anywhere either.
|Prada/ Moschino Cheap and Chic/ Fendi/ Dolce & Gabbana|
|Dolce & Gabbana/ Mulberry/ Erdem|
Consider it a paler take on the ubiquitous colorblocking trend of the past season. Think lavender plus mint green plus daffodil, okay, to save time just look at 3.1 Phillip Lim below.
|3-1 Phillip Lim|
|Luca Luca/ DVF/ Preen|
This refreshing palette cleanser appeared just in time to give fashion a color makeover. The girly, feminine combination proved to be flirty, fun and sexy, especially in cartoon prints!
|Prada/ Karen Walker|