How to Dress for Spring/Summer 2021

After a year of flouncing around in our pyjamas and loungewear every day, we’re all eager to see what the new season has in store for us to revamp our wardrobes.

For the first time in a long time, spring summer 2021 fashion runway looks have taken a more realistic approach on design, which some may feel it’s for the better good. We’ve scoured the runways of Paris, London, Milan and New York to bring you the latest style predictions of the year.

Soft pastels

Pretty pastels aren’t going anywhere this spring and summer. They are a great way to brighten up your wardrobe and sorbet-inspired colours suit a wide variety of skin tones.  Suits and separates in soft hues will elevate your look and will remain one of the chicest styles for seasons.

Slouchy denim

Forget skinny jeans and cigarettes pants, this year is all about loosening up in slouchy jeans and baggy power pants. Loose-fitted jeans and jumpsuits are set to be big this year. We’ve spent a lot of time in 2020 lounging around in sweatpants, but this year slouchy denim and high waisted pants with wide-legged silhouettes will provide the ultimate comfort without sacrificing on style.

Puff proportions

Exaggerated puff proportions will be bigger and bolder in 2021. The romantic puff sleeves are easy to incorporate into your wardrobe so anyone will be able to take part. From billowy features on blouses, shirt dresses, dainty day dresses and even outerwear. The endless possibilities to romanticise your aesthetics can transform a classic look into a contemporary must have.

The bralette

The warmer weather will see bralettes and cropped bra tops emerge from the indoors to the outdoors. This mid-rift baring style may not thrill everyone, but you can get creative with it by pairing it with a sheer blouse or layering one over a button-down shirt. Whether they’re sporty, entirely plain and minimalist, made from silk or lace, they’re sure to make a big appearance whatever the occasion.

Cut-outs and straps

Cut-outs will be working their way into gowns and sheath dresses, spicing up conservative looks with a glimpse of skin. You will find them on necklines, along the waist and even on the sleeves. But, where you don’t find generous holes in your outfit, you might very well be wrapped around the waist with swimwear-worthy straps that add a little holiday touch to your long sleeve tops.

 

 

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