Spring 2015’s Most Wearable Runway Trends

Spring 2015 Fashion Trends

Spring is officially here, which means there are new trends, lighter layers, and a range of fresh fabrics, colors, and prints to experiment with. Not sure how to transition your wardrobe into the next season? Today we’re sharing some of spring 2015’s most wearable runway trends. 

Gingham

Ditch your usual winter plaid for the more refined look of gingham. Whether you prefer a delicate shoe or entirely printed dress, this checkered print will bring preppy flare to any outfit.

Spring 2015 fashion trends | gingham fashion trend | Tory Burch Print Poplin Shirtdress; Diane von Furstenberg Vera Sandal; Hue Gingham Print Leggings; Marc by Marc Jacobs Blurred Gingham Blouse

Shop the Look: Tory Burch Print Poplin Shirtdress; Diane von Furstenberg Vera Sandal; Hue Gingham Print Leggings; Marc by Marc Jacobs Blurred Gingham Blouse

Hippie Chic

Flower power meets festival fashion this season with an abundance of flowing fabrics, busy prints, and beaded details. Channel the modern hippie look by mixing these laidback silhouettes with sophisticated accents.

Spring 2015 Fashion Trends | Topshop Daisy Jacquard Dress; Parker Eliza Tank; Nanette Lepore Cali Dreamin Silk Dress; Glamorous Print Drawstring Shorts

Shop the Look: Topshop Daisy Jacquard Dress; Parker Eliza Tank; Nanette Lepore Cali Dreamin Silk Dress; Glamorous Print Drawstring Shorts

Spring Suede

Leather has become a year-round staple in the fashion world, however this spring designers have softened up the luxe look. Work sultry suede into your daily style with a cool jacket or go modern for a night out with a fringed purse and frock. 

Spring 2015 Fashion Trends | Suede Fashion | Sam Edelman Faux Suede Moto Jacket; Topshop Suede Front Shift Dress; Topshop Suede Tassel Clutch; Nordstrom Collection Suede Jean Jacket

Shop the Look: Sam Edelman Faux Suede Moto Jacket; Topshop Suede Front Shift Dress; Topshop Suede Tassel Clutch; Nordstrom Collection Suede Jean Jacket

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