Spring-Summer 2016 Fashion trends: Neutrals
Here is the forecast (part ІІ) by the trend experts at Trendstop.com about the modern colors in women's wardrobe for the hot season of 2016.
'Amid all the fashion colors, pastels and darks making up the Spring/Summer 2016 palette, two directional neutrals stand out for the womenswear wardrobe. Understated yet elegant, Quartz Gray and Oyster Pink both offer versatile shades for new season collections'.
A soft, barely-there shade of Quartz Gray has been highlighted as a key neutral for the new Spring/Summer season. Simple dresses look romantic with sheer fabrics at Fendi, while Alexander Wang's patent chunky sole shoes make a modern statement. Elsewhere, Christian Dior demonstrates a fresh update on a vintage look with satiny pleats on a midi skirt.
This color is ideal for Junior and Contemporary Market collections, lending a clean, chic dimension to apparel and accessories alike. Roberto Cavalli opts for ethnic elegance with a tasseled and beaded dress, as Parkchoonmoo mixes matte and shine on a pair of peep-toe booties. Thakoon's fluid tailored pants appeal with a luxe tactility.
This creamy nude pink resonates with a hint of 40's-style glamour, lending a feminine finish to products. Mulberry's tonal striped ensemble feels elegantly summery, while Christopher Kane adds interest to a simple, demure two-piece with foil trim cut-outs. Karen Walker's ladylike leather bag feels expressly chic.
Suitable for all Market levels, Oyster Pink is a versatile neutral that can be applied to a range of fabrications. Christopher Kane experiments with pairings of jersey and silk, as loose-fit linens feel effortless at Organic by John Patrick. Over at Miu Miu, supple leathers are shaped into striking knee-high lace-up boots.
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