MAGAZINE May 27th, 2021

Trends for spring-summer 2021 not to be missed

by Greta Scaffidi

 

With the arrival of summer, new fashion trends also come with a touch of creativity and color that will make our days brighter. From the revisitation of the iconic denim to new pastel colors and floral prints offering fresher and casual proposals. A must-have you cannot do without.

Crop jacket 

The cropped jacket is one of the flagship garments of this summer women's wardrobe. Both elegant and in a sportier version, it can be matched easily with jeans and shorts without losing its practicality. Either in pastel shades, with three-quarter sleeves, in tweed or leather, the cropped jackets will be one of the essential garments for this season.

Pastel colors

Spring/Summer 2021 fashion focuses on a pastel color palette that celebrates delicate tones and is a synonym of comfort and simplicity. This trend is not just related to clothes but also accessories and the world of beauty. The nuances range from shades of pink, violet, light blue to the cream-colored and mint-green proposals. They can be matched with bright and contrasting tones or tone-on-tone, creating an elegant and sophisticated look. 

Sandals with wide heels

Sandals with wide heels become the perfect solution for any outfit. They are comfortable and easy to match, with the right dose of glam that makes them pleasant to wear on any occasion. The comfort lies in the chunky heel, which is wide and comfortable. Either with jeans, a miniskirt, or a maxi dress, this is the right compromise between elegance and comfort. 

Denim

Denim is a garment that never goes out of fashion. It has always been a real style icon, perfect to match both in casual context and in more formal and elegant ones. In this season, the trend prefers colored denim, declined into different models and variants of colors. From classic jeans pants to short or long skirts, salopettes, hats, and even bags. Regarding the iconic jeans, the trendy street style is followed, opting for more comfy styles and models, which are preferred to the classic skinny models. 

Floral clothes

There is no better way to celebrate spring and summer with a return to floral patterns accompanying the arrival of warm days. The models focus on two sizes: the midi and the maxi one, with some exceptions for very short skirts. The floral prints give a creative and colorful touch to the looks: in a romantic version when the tones are pastel and soft, in a modern version with bright colors and tight-fitting cuts. 

 

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