Not only did London Fashion Week give us some amazing street style inspirations and an array of brilliant front rows, it also offered up some pretty good fashion trends. And while in the real world we're gearing up for winter, the fashion world is basking in all things spring summer. And from what we've gathered, SS16 is all about feminine delicate pieces with some added pops of neon.
Here's our pick of the key trends you have to look forward to.
"Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking!" We know, we know! This trend makes a come back every single summer, but we still love it. For SS16 it's all about delicate floral prints, Holly Fulton and Erdem mixed the prints with frills, while Topshp was all about lace and florals. Unlike other designers Temperley London, mixed floral prints with masculine shapes, and we are in LOVE! Can we have the floral waistcoat in our wardrobe NOW!
When you think lace, spring/summer doesn't comes to mind. But SS16 is about to change that. Lace has been given a new lease of life, and it's all about bright colours, as seen on the Preen and Christopher Kane. But if you're not feeling the neon love, Burberry, Felder & Felder and Topshop have kept it classic with black.
Again it might not be groundbreaking, but it works, so it's worth the comeback. Stripes were big on the catwalk and we are in love with the muted colour palette. Paul Smith and JSLee are our absolute favourites. Catwalk clothes we can actually wear in real life HAPPY DAYS.
Thanks to these designers, ruffles are going to be a big thing next season and we can't wait. With this trends comes pretty show-stopping peplums and ruffle details as seen at Mary Katrantzou. The rule of thumb? Anything goes. You can pretty much get ruffled everything, from skirts to tops to dresses so there's every reason to get your big frills on for SS16.
From stunning capes to beautiful lounge jackets, outwear was big on the LFW catwalk. Because let's face it, it's never really summer. Our favourite has to be the Burberry capes. Moving on from trench coats and the famous Burberry blankets, Christopher Bailey added a statement cape to the Burberry line up and it's only a matter time until Kate and Cara are spotted in one. We'll just have to wait for the high street copy.
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This article was written by Tolani Shoneye. Tweet her @tolly_