Certain fashion trends seem to be drawing at our heart strings in 2015, ranging from sunny yellows, monochrome moods, denim dilemma and a bunch of others resulting in a burst of both sultry and opulent styles. Here are some of the trends as seen so far in 2015……..
The color “yellow” is an exciting, eye catching color that just puts a spin on things. Having a gloomy day? Try a sunny yellow outfit, am sure it will lift your spirits
CHECKING DA PLAIDS
Trend lovers are putting everything in check with this AMAZEBALLS trends. It can be incorporated into most outfits from work wear to chic casual, a plaid scarf for a cold day or as an accessory. Whichever way you choose, it’s always a HIT…..
It doesn’t matter if it’s black or white, in fact, it’s dayuumm when it’s black and white! This is one trend that just doesn’t go wrong and if you are scared of taking fashion risks then monochrome is the way to go.
I’m loving me some culottes! These knee length flared trousers literarily make me go weak in the knees, they strike a balance between “serious work wear” and “girl just having fun wear” purrfect must haves for ladies who want to add an edge to their wardrobe.
This trend is really comfortable yet appealing and can be styled with flat soles, oxfords and or daring heels. It’s the easy, hassle free item needed in every lady’s wardrobe. A flick of hand and wooosshh…… you are good to go.
FIFTY SHADES OF NUDE
Soft sunset, cool breeze blowing in your face, calm and serenity, these are some of the thoughts that comes to mind when you think of NUDE colors: a trend that is embraced by all and suits all. Definitely a soothing and flattering trend
Taking you back to the ‘80s with the awesome flared trousers, afro hair styles, disco balls and hit jamz like “let’s go partying…… oh la la la” trendy baggy trousers are making their way bake into the hearts of fashion lovers.
– Stories by Wunmi Otunla
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