Ever wondered how to take the latest spring fashion trends from the runway and make them yours without a) breaking the bank and b) looking ridiculous?
It’s a fair question, and one many a budding fashionista has often grappled with. But high street and online fashion brands have tackled the issue head on, translating those high fashion looks into affordable outfits that look as hot as the more expensive versions.
Earlier this year, fashion houses filled the runways with a flurry of outlandish new trends for spring. Take a look below for how to wear four of these yourself – and earn Cashback in the process.
Trend #1 – Crochet
It doesn’t get much more old-school than crochet, but the trend has been pulled out of the history books and given a spring fashion dust-off. This trend was channelled on the runways of Altuzarra, Isabel Marant, Fendi and Loewe.
But forget grandma-style knits and boho hippy chic, this season’s crochet trend is minimal verging on futuristic.
Trend #2 – Neon
It’s not just the Kardashians who are loving this fashion trend, it’s designers including Valentino, Christopher Kane and Rei Kawakubo.
You won’t get lost in a crowd wearing one of these acid-hued outfits – plus you’ll look cool too.
Trend #3 – Bermuda Shorts
Knee-length pants were all the rage on spring runways – think Tom Ford, Veronica Beard, Tanya Taylor, Valentino, and Yves Saint Laurent.
Give bermudas a smart but fun twist with some of these fashion forward options.
Trend #4 – Tiers
Tiers are usually used to describe wedding cakes or frou frou and slightly frumpy frocks, but no longer. The runways of Dior, McQueen and Oscar de la Renta played host to dramatic takes on the feminine style.
Don’t believe that tiers can also look smoking hot? Take a look below…