There were lot of trends that attracted me from Spring Summer 2016. From 70s inspired to Spanish influence to the comeback of 90s every trend of SS16 were a huge hit among the fashion bloggers, experts and real women. I am excited to experiment with all of them. Particularly Spanish influences trends are what I am excited about because overdoing these trends could ruin your look. On the other hand if you play it safe you would just simply blend with the crowd. And that's what all the Fashionholics' do not want. We love to stand out from the crowd! This Spanish Influenced trend can be divided in to different categories.
So here are some fabulous Spanish Influenced Trend that were spotted on the runway and check out all the fashion tips below. Shop all the looks here!
Off The Shoulders & Cold Shoulder: As seen in Proenza Schouler this trend is huge come back and everyone from bloggers to street style experts to fashion editors have mastered this look. In that case what you should do stand out from the crowd?
Get The Look: If You Love off the shoulder and make it look different every time you wear then you must read this. I know everyone is literally all over this trend and you want to make it look uniquely "you"! In That case go for off the shoulder top and culottes which has similar patterns on them. Here I have choose clean stripes. Go for floral accessories to brighten your outfit.
Ruffles All Over: As seen in Proenza Schouler this trend is hard to pull off because you dont want to end up looking like you came out of circus. In that case read the "Get The Look".
Get The Look: For those of you who love ruffles and prints and are looking forward to wear them at the same time this dress could freshen up your look. Go for printed dress that has ruffles and opt ruffle bag and shoe as well. Make sure your outfit has interesting color combos. Here I have chosen pink dress with red shoe. These clashing colors surprisingly looks effortless and stylish. If your outfit has lots of ruffles and tiers on it pick a bag that has less ruffle details because you do not want to risk looking overdressed and creating a fashion disaster. Finish the look with fringe earrings and curved bracelet.
Fashion Tip: Ruffles Accessories + Clashing Colours
Cape: Oscar De La Ranta brought the Spanish heritage on Runway of SS2016 in the form of laces, ruffles and capes. Checkout how to wear capes below.
Get The Look: Going slouchy and looking stylish could be a hard task. Here I opted for floral details cape and lace flare pant to make the particular outfit below look romantic. Since the outfit has similar sober colours and patterns, I added colourful accessories. Ballet flats are back this 2016 and nothing looks chic than a floral printed ballet. Finish the look with envelope clutch and statement earrings.
Feminine Ruffle Dress: These look were seen in Alexander Macqueen, Proenza Schouler, Oscar De La Ranta. What I love about this dress is that it looks very much from the 18th century and still can be worn in the modern times!
Get The Look: A dress can look girly without having floral print on it. Opt for Grecian inspired long ruffle dresses or ruffle dresses with one shoulder. Since you have bare neck pretty pastel necklaces are must. Opt for SS16's hottest trend: mules! Finish the look with tote bag and floral bejeweled band.
Longer and Larger Sleeves: These year is all about experimenting with sleeves and for SS16 it was all about larger sleeves.
Get The Look: Bell sleeves looks even better when worn with flare pants. These unexpected pairing can look a total fashion disaster if you don't follow this simple trick. Play with your shoes and bag by opting for matching shoes and bag in prints. Finish the look with dangling earrings.
3D Petals: Petals are in! Even though floral prints are still going strong, petal print has been tried and showed off by many celebs and bloggers.
Get The Look: Go head to toe "monochromatic petal" by opting for petal top and petal skirt. Toughen up your romantic look by opting for edgy and dark accessories! How about chokers and fringes?
Fashion Tip: Petals + Edgy Accessories