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I’m craving a change, and after hours mulling through spring trends I’m definitely excited about the pastel burst that’s gonna hit. I’ve even painted my talons a mint green colour this evening, to gently nudge myself into the next season.
Chanel, my ultimate favourite, showcased feminine textures and colours, while opting for baggier shapes.
This dress blew my mind:
Even, the often tough, Sarah Burton for Alexander Mcqueen, showcased an unusually delicate palette. This dress is a masterpiece; I’m seriously appreciating high and low hem mash ups at the moment.
Giles put feathers to incredibly good use, producing purely luxurious pieces which will inevitably grace the red carpets very soon.
Versace definately impressed me the most, with Donatella’s adorable under the sea themed collection. The pieces stay true to typical Versace aesthetic, with stud details and classic cuts, yet take a softer and girlier approach. I’m happy to see this side of Versace, as their usual bold and eighties style isn’t for everyone.
Finally, Henry Holland managed to incorporate some of my favourite things into his spring summer pieces; those being collars, snakeskin and multi tones. I’d certainly appreciate either of these blouses.
If I was to see someone wearing this amazing two piece at a club, I definitely wouldn’t have guessed it was from River Island. Like it or not, the crop top is set to make a come back, and no doubt the high street will be spitting out a variety of them. This River Island piece is extremely reminiscent of Versace’s s/s 2012 runway show (if even nicer!)
Another trend which River Island seem to be jumping on, as well as many other high street shops, is the scarf print. This trend was seen all over Dolce and Gabanna’s new collection.
And from the runway:
Keep your eyes peeled for some of these delights, and save yourself a serious amount of cash.