Latest Clothing Trends 2015
One of the biggest fashion trends of the year was the return of sportswear, which has been around for several years. Big logos, color-blocking, and bold cuts were in full swing. FILA’s SS16 collection was reminiscent of the glory days of athletic wear. While Champion’s infamous sweats remained a style staple, other high-end brands also brought back the ’90s with their iconic styles.
The pastel look has long been popular in loungewear and pajamas. Although it is not as casual as a full-on coat, this look is most appropriate for unconventional social settings. A trend that started on the S/S 21 runways has already made its way into the wardrobes of fashion icons. Another hot trend of the season is the emergence of a new silhouette: the brushed plaid shacket. This piece is heavier than a flannel shirt, but not as bulky as a full-on coat.
The ’80s inspired logos are making a comeback. While they were hot in the ’90s, they have been out of favor ever since. In 2015, they have re-emerged as a major fashion trend, and are making their way back into women’s clothing. A ’90s-inspired sweater, or a ’90s-style hat, will never be out of style.
Another major trend is the return of varsity-inspired sweaters. During the ’90s, a blazer with a logo was considered “inappropriate,” but now it’s back and looking chic. An oversized knitted sweater will add an extra touch of flair to a casual outfit. Regardless of the style, a varsity-style jacket is an essential addition to your wardrobe. The t-shirt with a hood will make you feel like a superstar.
Outside of the office, brushed plaid shackets will make a comeback. The trend isn’t limited to winter, but can be worn year-round. The color palette for S/S 21 is also a major one. While this color isn’t as common as last year, it’s certainly here to stay. The ’80s have a lot of influence on fashion, so you can bet that bubblegum pink will be a major trend in the years to come.
In terms of outerwear, brushed plaid shackets are a great choice for those who want to dress comfortably and still look stylish. The style will be more versatile than ever, thanks to the brushed plaid shackets’ lightweight nature. In fact, a brushed plaid shacket can be worn under a blazer and is often referred to as a blanket dress.
In terms of outerwear, brushed plaid shackets are a great way to stay warm this winter. While full-on coats are more bulky, brushed plaid shacket isn’t as bulky as a full-blown coat. Meanwhile, a trend in bubblegum pink has made its way into the fashion set’s closet. A ‘puff’ sleeve is one of the most stylish pieces of outerwear this year, and you can expect to see it everywhere from the street to the office.
While the latest clothing trends in sneakers, accessories, and shoes are a few of the most prominent, some other trends are not so obvious. This year’s sportswear is all about logo-mania! It was a hot trend during the 1990s, but now has become a popular choice among fashion enthusiasts. Athleisure and sports luxe are the latest trends in sportswear, but what do they mean? This decade saw the revival of high-end sportswear, with designers including Nike and adidas.
A rash of celebrities have been embracing the latest fashion trends, from the latest sneakers to the newest hats. As the role of women changes, so does the fashion industry. Boho-chic is no longer just for teens, but is now becoming the most popular style in the world. Many celebrities are stepping out in the spirit of boho, wearing floral hats and ripped jeans. Likewise, a number of celebrity collaborations have been launching in the past year, including those involving the renowned Ian Connor.
The ’70s revival continues to grow, and celebrities are following suit. ’70s-inspired denim mini-dresses and neon-style logos made the catwalks a roaring success. ’70s-style clothing is also popular among men and women in the office. The ’70s-inspired trend is also very popular in the office, and designers are incorporating sustainability into their designs.