Spring/Summer 2017 Fashion Week, notorious for setting the trends we’ll see everywhere this upcoming spring, just hit New York City earlier this month. Valley was there, and we got a sneak peek! So, read on for a leg up on spring’s hottest up-and-coming trends.
Noon by Noor and Tadashi Shoji were two designers that showed the comeback of embellishment and Valley‘s obsessed. While each collection had their own flare and style, there was some common ground between them. Both the designers made their looks pop — quite literally — with 3D-embellishments.
Floral patterns with lace and embroidery look trendy for next spring and sequins and crystals on feminine shapes are a must. Tadashi Shoji also embellished their dresses with feathers, which looked fabulous paired with the sequin handbags each model was carrying!
Noon by Noor also featured a lot of box-shaped shirts and dresses. The loose and structured look is an edgy alternative to fitted pieces. The models were styled with some shift-complimenting sliders. Sliders appeared in colors blush, black, white and tan — neutral to match any outfit.
Noon by Noor took us back to the embellishment trend by adorning their sandals with 3D-floral shapes and ruffles. If open-toe isn’t your thing or you don’t want to wait for warmer-weather spring, closed-toe sliders, or mules, were also on the runway. Try out some suede mules for this fall!
It also looks like bomber jackets are here to stay. Try one in satin to complement almost any outfit with a modern and edgy, yet feminine look. These jackets will be perfect for those classic Penn State spring days that are still a bit chilly — stay warm while looking trendy!
This spring the whole color wheel is your palette! Noon by Noor featured whites, tans, blacks, and blush colors, while Tadashi Shoji showcased a larger array of vibrant colors. So, muted or bright, the sky is truly your limit this spring!