2015 Fashion Trends – What You Need To Know

2015 Fashion trends are nothing if not inspired by the seventies. It shows a bit of Saturday Night Fever, the influence of khakis, military style clothing, vintage prints, nautical accents, and glamorous experiments with the transparency. One of the trends that surfaced with most impact is singularity, mixed with modern and vintage trends, in a very peculiar way.

Khaki, as a fashion classic, has made its way once again to the 2015 runway. Many fashion houses and designers are using it generously in their collection. Starting from Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Sonia Rykiel, Michael Kors and many others, khaki was used in a number of ways to make it one of the most intriguing trends this summer and leading up into fall. Alongside khakis, Hippy Deluxe fashion also made a very subtle yet strong presence felt this season, with long graceful silhouettes by Alberta Ferreti, Claire Waight Keller, Etro, Roberto Cavalli, Chloe and others showcasing it in a very elegant manner.

Jumpsuits (rompers) are here to stay as well, and are one of the top fall 2015 fashion trends, with jumpsuits and all in ones presented by Dior, Ralph Lauren and Pucci gaining much popularity this season. Accessorizing the look with the help of belts, jewelry, scarves, also give jumpsuits that much needed chic look. Brands like Burberry, Tommy Hilfiger and Gucci used denim as well in a very distinguished manner to give this old fabric a very cool new look.

Transparency is going to be one of the highlighted trends this season with almost all the brands experimenting with it in its own way on the runway. Whether it is Valentino, Chloe, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, or  Christian Dior, there were a number of dresses, skirts and blouse which used transparency on the runway to showcase appeal and seduction in a very graceful manner.

With all these trends how can we keep up? We must do our favorite thing, shop! If you are not looking to break the bank, check out some of our favorite, yet (mostly) affordable pieces for the remainder of 2015!