Chestnut Hill designers and other fashionable people may be prepping for September’s Boston Fashion Week 2015, but we’re not quite ready to think fall yet. June may be nearly behind us, but we still have a couple of months to revel in the freedom of colorful, carefree summer fashions. Here’s a look at our favorite fashion trends for Summer 2015:
- Neoprene Swimsuits
- Retro 70s and 90s looks
The poncho isn’t just for the cold weather months anymore. Super-stylish, lightweight versions of the classic pullover are perfect for warding off chills in overly air-conditioned places or layering for summer air travel. Never fear frigid Chestnut Hill restaurant air conditioning again!
Want to soak up the June sun in style? Neoprene swimwear looks fresh and modern for Summer 2015. Bright colors and contrasting black trim give bikinis and one-pieces an athletic yet flirty appeal. If it’s good enough for surfers, it’s good enough for us!
Shirtdresses represent a hot way to stay cool and look polished all summer long. Pick up a few in solid colors and stripes or other prints to dress up your wardrobe. Versatile shirtdresses are available in lengths ranging from moderate mini to full-on maxi. Keep it casual with espadrilles and a ponytail, or add heels and statement jewelry for a dressier look. Try a tunic style for a laid-back vibe.
It happens with every new decade, so it’s bound to occur in 2015: the fashion world has been in the thick of a love affair with previous fashion eras. This time, it’s the seventies and nineties. Fringed suede and jumpsuits with plunging necklines signal sentimentality for the 1970s. A-line minis, mesh panels, goth-inspired details and loads of black show love for the 1990s.
Whatever your favorite summer fashion trends in 2015, designers have you covered. Spend your June days and nights looking as chic as possible, whether running around Chestnut Hill or getting out of town.
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