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The 4 Top Trends for Spring 2017

Spring is a time for rebirth. A fresh approach to a season filled with promise. If you’re ready for a change, then this is the time to go all in with fresh pinks, yellows, all white ensembles and a dash of graphic stripes. Silhouettes are clean, modern and adaptable to all figure types. Sleeves, off the shoulder detailing and floaty skirts are charming and ridiculously flattering. Trends abound for Spring 2017. Here are the four top trends for Spring 2017 for you to embrace.

WHITE OUT

White Out

Airy whites, blanc florals and intricate lace add up to the sort of other-worldly ethereal gowns that brides may dream about, but they are made for pretty-loving party-goers everywhere. The freshness of a column of white exudes a modern take on casual dressing. The white shoe has made a comeback and is essential to the overall look.

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White Out- Valentino

Valentino

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White Out- Michael Kors

Michael Kors

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White Out- Chanel

Chanel

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NEUTRALITY

Neutrality

While utility might serve as the inspiration, these khakis and army greens are more about standing out than blending in—from ruffled greens at Johanna Ortiz to sheer at Balmain and mini camo at Marc Jacobs. It would seem designers figured out how to make the utilitarian fabric work in everything from dresses for ladies who lunch to designers who are redefining street wear.

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Neutrality- Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

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Neutrality- Valentino

Valentino

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Neutrality- Altuzarra

Altuzarra

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LA VIE EN ROSE

La vie en Rose

The color for Spring is doubtlessly any shade of pink—but don’t expect anything too sweet. In the deft hands of Phoebe Philo at Celine and Pierpaolo Piccioli at Valentino, these rosy hues are all about strong femininity and not girlish repose. This season’s most unlikely wardrobe staple? Dresses in brilliant shades of fuchsia, strawberry, rose and bubble gum.

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La vie en Rose- Celine

Celine

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La vie en Rose- Valentino

Valentino

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La vie en Rose- Jason Wu

Jason Wu

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GRAPHIC CONTENT

Graphic Content

Primary hued stripes, racing flag checks and athleisure inspired silhouettes from Proenza Schouler, Sonia Rykiel and Fendi combine to make the speed race-worthy looks that show no sign of slowing down. Brilliantly hued or classically black and white graphics are the sleek modern approach to casual, as well as formal attire.

Complete any look with timeless Chanel pearls.

 

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Graphic Content- Derek Lam

Derek Lam

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Graphic Content- Rosie Assoulin

Rosie Assoulin

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Graphic Content- Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera

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SHOP THE TOP TRENDS FOR SPRING 2017

 

By Judy Ninman for Prime Women magazine

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