Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Trends: Dress shapes

The experts from Trendstop.com - one of the world's leading trend forecasting agencies, renowned for its insightful trend analysis and forecasts - presents two key dress trends for the hot season of 2015.

The 90's Slip dress emerges with a fresh update for spring creating an effortless chic with its signature simple shape. Easy-to-wear Dropped Waist designs emerge as the shape du jour in exaggerated silhouettes.


90's Slip Dress


Mood Board: Apparel & Flat Sketches
A playful attitude emerges for spring, as florals are amplified with a big, bold intensity to catch the eye with vibrant colors and oversized proportions. This trend adds a striking statement to womenswear styles.


Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Trends: Dress shapes


On the Street & Runway
A must-have shape for S/S15, slips are executed with silky finishes or lightweight fabrications for drape. Slim spaghetti strap details remain key, while metallic finishes offer versatile day-to-evening styling options. Giles and Band of Outsiders were two of the initial designers to lead this trend on the runways.


Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Trends: Dress shapes


Dropped Waist


Mood Board: Apparel & Flat Sketches
Dropped Waist silhouettes create an easy-to-wear silhouette for Summer, as loose-fit shapes are complemented by voluminous designs.


Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Trends: Dress shapes


On the Street & Runway
First seen in collections by Peter Som and BCBG Max Azria, this trend has now been validated in retail. Key features include a waistline dropped to the hips and subtle gatherings on the seam, making for a modern take on the fit and flare classic. Jacquard fabrics help to hold structure.


Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Trends: Dress shapes


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