Given the new norm virtual fashion week, everyone, and that includes you, have a front-row seat to the 2021 spring collection for free. While some designers prefer the full-fledged runways this season, the show must still go on. And for many, the new year’s collections are a great welcome distraction. Here are some of the spring trends you should try today.
Made from silk crepe de chine, the DÔEN’s Yana blouse is decorated with the brand’s vintage-inspired Green Valley Floral print. It has puffed sleeves and waist ties too that accentuate the pretty peplum hem. Pair it with jeans and a straw bag.
Tory Burch’s skirt vibrant colors and punchy florals make you feel like you are from the ’60s. Woven with wool, this skirt is darted at the waist and has a generous back vent for easy movement. Wear it with a half-tucked sweater and sneakers.
Nanushka’s bodysuit is a cut from plush stretch velvet and is rendered in a beige colorway that suits just about everything. Tuck your bodysuit into high-rise trousers to highlight the cutout detailing.
Embrace this season’s sultry trend with Cameron halter dress from Cult Gaia. Knitted from a cotton-blend texture, this body-skimming silhouette has curve-accentuating cutouts starting from the ribs to the waist. Accessorize it with strappy sandals for an effortless vacation vibe.
This eye-catching strapless top features a straight neckline, cropped fit, and voluminous feather design. Exposed back zip closure.
This collection from La DoubleJ’s ushered in a new era of original prints for the label. This La Scala top features this season’s Giardino print on lustrous silky satin and trimmed with frothy marabou feathers. Complete the look by pairing it with Saturday Night pants.
This 1970s-inspired era from Marques’ Almeida comes with the striking ostrich plumes that adorn this black mini dress. Made from a lightweight knit and a second-skin silhouette, this feathery mini dress has a scooped neckline, slim shoulder straps, and then finished with side hemline slits. Complete the look with chunky sandals to tap the label’s off-kilter charm.
Jill Roberts, the founder of Honorine, lives in California, so her designs are inspired with beachside dinners and balmy days in mind. Made from airy linen and flares, this Poppy mini dress is cut with a fitted princess-seam bodice and features a ruffled neckline that will also frame a shell pendant prettily.
Made from lustrous silk, this Serena dress from Anine Bing is jacquard-woven to give a design that can elevate the croc effect. Cut for a slightly loose fit, this silk midi dress is nipped in at the waist part and falls to a slightly fluted hem.