The top 10 fall/winter 2015 runway trends
If there was one unifying theme from the fall/winter 2015 shows, it's confidence. Despite global uncertainties such as the Greek debt crisis, the UK election, and why Beyoncé chose to wear that see-through Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci dress to the Met Gala, take heart in the fact that you can throw on these key FW15 trends and face the world with aplomb. Here, we present our favourite endorphin-inducing looks.
1. Carwash Pleats
Looking for a personality piece to rock next season? A multi-slit skirt is all you need.
2. Long-line Sleeves
Forget gloves. Elongated sleeves keep your hands warm while letting you use your smart devices. #Winning
3. One-shoulder Layering
You might not want to pack up those Grecian toga dresses just yet. Play with asymmetry to highlight your individuality.
4. Strapless Dresses
Make this your new LBD. Just remember these three key words: simple, tailored and chic.
5. Sliced & Spliced
If you've got it, flaunt it. Show off your figure in eclectic cut-out dresses and tops.
Not a fan of turtlenecks? Don't fret. A pussy-bow blouse is romantic, delicate and elegant with the right amount of neck coverage.
7. Graphic Patchwork
From Chloé to Salvatore Ferragamo, designers combined elaborate textiles to reveal a modern graphic aesthetic.
8. Pretty in Plaid
Classic checks with a feminine palette that speaks to your sweet side.
9. Flounce-hem Skirts
Not just for the frill seeker, a skirt hem with soft curves and a playful bounce will set hearts aflutter.
10. Puffy Sleeves
For an ultra-feminine look that speaks volumes, think soft yet dramatic puffy sleeves curled over shoulders.
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