2015 has brought back trends such as ruffles, bell bottoms and fringe into business. Though never been a fan of any of these trends, I am really glad the classic white pants are making a comeback this season. Tailored trousers, elegant dresses and crisp blazers are making the rounds in runaways as well as blogging circuit.
Nevertheless, I am pleasantly surprised with the accessories trends from runaway this season. 2015 marks the return for bold accessories. Be it an estate earring or brass statement jewelry, it is time to unleash the bold you.
I always believed that accessories make or break an outfit. Whether you are lounging at the beach, running errands or just chilling with friends, you definitely need killer accessories. Be it a floral cuff to add to ethnic dresses or a floppy straw hat to go with swimsuit find out some of the must have accessories fresh off runway to crank up the wow factor and take your outfits from basic to brilliant with these statement accessories.
Single Earrings : Statement crystal earrings and sparkle street earrings worn on single ear is the new trend encapturing the runway. (Seen in Oscar de la Renta, Hermes, Nina Ricci and Louis Vuitton shows)
Estate Earrings : I have always been fan of estate earrings and Antique earrings. They embody miniature work of art. I am really glad these are making a comeback. (Seen in Christian Doir, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Bottega Veneta and Altuzarra shows)
Brass Statement Necklaces : Go bold and brass this spring. Add a bit of funk to your outfit with statement brass necklaces. (Seen in Lanvin, Nina Ricci, Loewe, Jason Wu, Valentino and Tom Ford shows)
Statement Pendants : Long chains with statement pendants are back. Funky animal pendants add the edge required to revamp a boring LBD. (Seen in Celine, Edun, Hermes, Nina Ricci, Derek Lam and Lavin shows)
Hippie Jewellery : Unleash the hippie in you by adding in feather inspired hippie jewellery to your outfit. This is one trend I know I would definitely be incorporating this summer in my every day outfits. (Seen in Derek Lam, Donna Karan, Emilio Pucci, Marni and Louis Vuitton shows)