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RUNWAY TRENDS SPRING ’15

Welcome to the month of April, which means we’re in the season of spring enough to make a real spring fashion article on what the big bosses of fashion industry threw in for this season in 2015. The thing is, you know, I have pretty mixed feelings towards these trends so I thought I would cathegorize them in my own way.
Don’t worry, you’ll get it.

IN LOVE
kimono-style trench coats

Yes, please. I’m not much of a trench coat girl, and, to be completely honest with you, I consider them to be freaking ugly, plus, when it comes to hybrid clothing items, I feel like I’m at the edge of losing my temper. (I mean, seriously… high heel sneakers?!) However, kimonos always have a special place in my heart and in this particular case, I can only support this uniting.
Due to this alliance, the trench coat seems way more chill and cool, and the kimono gets more of an elegant vibe, so together they give a brilliantly chic look.

flats, slides, sneakers



Hallelujah. It’s not like I would have cared if six inch heels were about to be in style instead, because I’m going to rock flats this spring anyways, that’s for sure. It’s good to know that I’m already more fashionable than I’ve expected, though.

high-neckline from the nineties


Another thing I wouldn’t care about if it wasn’t in style, since I am pretty bony, but this nineties twist kind of excites me. I recently got interested in nineties trends so I’m definitely looking forward to this.

bohemian, soft and see-through


Yeeey.

neutral, white, calm colors


Even though I would highly appreaciate if people used actual colors, you know, vivid, vibrant and fresh colors, but this time I enjoy that these shades make me think of a nice, warm, sandy beach. At least I got that going for me, which is nice.

polo shirt


and overall, sportier looks


blue and white


shirtdresses


I LIKE YOU
yellow

A couple of years ago I religously believed that yellow is not my color, but now, years later, I am a hundred percent sure that it’s definitely not. However, after awhile I had to come to the conclusion which is that, guess what, yellow has many shades, and some of them even compliments my skintone perfectly, so let’s just give yellow a chance, shall we.

in white from head to toe


Well, I’m gonna need some more time for that, I guess. I mean, I still haven’t gotten over the colorless life of winter, and now even spring wants to fuck me over with this all-white scheme? Really, spring?! You too?
Crafty. Just… crafty.

military green



safari

Two trends that don’t look the way they should on me, but it doesn’t matter, I totally am into them. According to my conspiracy theory, to my pale-toned skin these greenish brown military shades just don’t fit, so basically I’m out of this game, but if you are one of the lucky ones, just go ahead and have fun with them.

fringed



UHM, OKAY
namely, every trend that…
*feel all the irony*
denim
Honestly, will it ever go out of style? I hope it doesn’t, but it’s completely unnecessary to list it in every single fashion preview. Seriously, it’s like saying “well, in this season, wearing shoes is going to be very fashionable.”


It was mentioned, though, that in this season the usage of denim textures will be “much more diversified” etc.
Well, let it be.

floral pattern
stripes
I don’t know if any illustration is needed, but in case someone has no clue on how stripes might look, there you go:


black and white

What?! A season in which black and white are in style?!
Wow.


NOT THAT INTO YOU
middle-sized obi belt


Well, that’s not gonna happen. I don’t want some stranger to get at me because he thinks I’m the freaking karate kid.

welcome to the seventies

Mmm… maybe? Or, to be more expressive:

DON’T YOU DARE
gingham style

namely, the tablecloth pattern.

  
I looked it closer, looked it further, bent my head to the left, bent my head to the right, but the only positure in which it doesn’t look like a complete disaster, is where I put my two hands in front of my eyes. Remember when I said in a previous post “let’s get out of our comfortzone…”? Well, I didn’t mean “… until we reach the kitchen table.”

culottes

I love baggy pants.
I love ankle-lenght, cropped pants.
Do I love cropped and baggy pants?
NO. FUCKING NOT.
Why? Because poor guys look exactly like some kind of worn out pajama pants, that’s why.
Oh, and let’s not forget about…

…cropped and baggy denim pants


The baby brother of culottes, in other words, the second shade of eww.

one-shoulder look


Just simply no. I have no idea why, but no. I think it’s kind of my revenge for not feeling like one-shoulder pieces look good on me. Fear not, I will talk about it with a psychiatrist, but until then, I’m still hurt, which means no.

skirt on skirt


The proof of how high designers are during a creative process.
So in case it wouldn’t be entirely clear, the matter of this trend is that you put a smaller skirt on the top of a longer dress because… well, according to drawn conclusions, basically because you are probably an idiot.
I would love to say that it’s going to be at least like at the case of sandals and socks, which means only the purely genious people are going to be able to pull it off, but unfortunately, I have to say there is not a single soul on this planet that would be able to look sane in any ways, so I suggest let’s not even try it out and just pretend it never happened.


suede


I wouldn’t have a single problem with it, but for God’s sake, it’s spring, could we move on, please?

and leather


Leather’s nice, leather’s cool, leather’s awesome.
But not now.


gladiator sandal



Hahahaha, nope.
I tried to come up with a thought, an idea, a stray fantasy about in which environtment and with which combinations it would look good, but honestly, this is the only outfit in which it’s still okay:


source of gifs and images:
memes.com, giphy.com, simonschusterca.tumblr.com, s871.photobucket.com, perezhilton.com, pinterest.com, glamour.com

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