My Top 3 Summer Fashion Trends of 2017

We’re well over a week into the summer season now and there have been few fashion trends that have been catching my eye since the end of spring.  Here are my favourite 3!

  1. Deconstruction and asymmetry. The deconstruction and asymmetry of shirts, skirts, trousers and dressers  have been one of the top fashion trends I have noticed on the catwalk and high street.  Notable brands such as Alexander Wang, Prada, Zara and ASOS have been incorporating this trend into their collections.  This particular has a casual formality about it so a lot of these pieces can be worn from a morning in the office until drinks in the evening after work.

  3. Frills and Ruffles.  Frills and ruffles is one fashion trend that is hard to steer away from this summer and I’ve loved it.  They’re on the high street, in bloggers wardrobes and of course the cat walk. I used to hate ruffles but the way in which frills and ruffles have included into more styles of garments.  Mulberry, Marc Jacobs and many other designers have had this trend in their summer collection.


  4. Banker Stripes and graphic stripes.  Banker stripes never really went away in my opinion but they have been appearing in various for styles of clothing such as tops, pants, shirts, blazers, jumpsuits and more.  Graphic stripes, also known as seaside stripes have been very popular this summer.  Nina Ricci and Victoria Beckham have been using these stripes within their collections.

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