London Fashion Week was again the spotlight for camera flashes, a blur of colours and an array of designs of various shapes and sizes.
It’s never easy to differentiate the good from the bad when you have such an array of designs in front of you, so we decided to note the noteworthy. Here’s what you will see for the next year or so when you decide to shop for the Spring/Summer of 2016.
1Long short sleeves
You don’t see men wearing half sleeves shirt without being rolled up to the shoulders. That, however is set to change as the short sleeves have gone long, like longer than they used to. You might just have to quit rolling after all.
The sleeve of the half sleeve goes just above the elbow line giving it a far more formal approach and less room for you to fold.
We just told you about loose half sleeve shirts going till your elbow. Well, get ready to loosen it up a bit more as London Fashion Week showcased some really excess fabric in some really baggy trousers.
Extra long and extra baggy seemed to be the order of the day.
J.W Anderson, Agi & Sam and many more sent models down the ramp with a little extra fabric on their trousers, looking really really loose than sticking to their legs by giving it a more comfortable and easy look which could be what you might wear next summer.
They have survived through the ups and downs of the fashion world and we don’t see them dying any soon. In fact, they ruled the London fashion week.
The ramps were full of slim boys donning the best of blazers and suits. You won’t have to change your wardrobe much then for next summer.
4Prints live too
Blazers and suits aren’t dead and so aren’t the prints. Strong and brave prints are still the talk of the hour.
Be it suits, blazers, t-shirts, shorts etc etc. Prints were all over the place in the best possible way.
You try to avoid the colour black in the summers simply because you wish to avoid the unwanted heat. So you choose to wear bright colours and it doesn’t get brighter than white. You can actually cover yourself in white and you will not only be wearing something to beat the heat but you would also be wearing something that never gets old, something classic, something ever so bright and that’s what London displayed.
Make sure you choose a shade of white that goes with your skin tone. White doesn’t come in one tone, does it?