Trends For Spring, To Wear In Winter (Part 1)

Spring / Summer 13 trends have long hit the catwalk, and we are already looking forward to light evenings and hanging out in the warm weather. The only problem is many of us will have a low post-holiday budget and with winter very much in action, it is hard to think about what we may be wearing in a few months’ time. The additional annoyance is availability; as transitional and resort products available in stores now may not be around when the seasons fall.
There’s no need to delay with these up and coming trends. Why not start buying key pieces that can be worn now, and re-positioned into different outfits throughout the rest of the year? Within this series of posts there will be guides to accessible spring / summer fashion that can be re-mixed into your winter wardrobe. So you can make a statement now with clothing that will still be relevant later on.

Trend 1: Graphic Art
Hillary Alexander; queen of the fashion world has recently shared 4 key trends that will be showcased at London Fashion Weekend’s catwalk shows this coming season. The first influencing trend is Graphic art, which showcases crisp and clean lines within new shapes; including the mini shift and blousons, geo-metric shapes, and bold colours contrasting with white.
– Layer dresses over print and panel leggings or wear as trousers with colour block knits.
– Wear long sleeve t-shirts under cut out tops and no sleeve dresses.
– Wear contrasting woollen tights under skirts.

Spring Wear In Winter

Geometric Print Dress- Sale £113 mywardrobe.com

Panel Leggings- £20 riverisland.com

Asymmetric Skirt- £25.99 Bershka

Black & White Geo Treggins- £22 TopShop

Midi Polka Skirt- Sale £25 Orion

Spots & Stripes Top- £22 ASOS

Colour Block Flute Hem Dress- £40 River Island

Geo Print Wedges- £24.75 Forever 21

Colour Block Jumper- £25 Awear

Mesh Pumps- £32 Urban Outfitters

Geo Cut-Out Top- £27 Glamorous

White Shift Dress- £22 Peacocks

Yellow Knit- £30 Topshop

Colour Block Ballet Pumps- £12.99 H&M

Contributor : Katie Watson @FashionFutures

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