Getting ready for Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Despite the fact it's only February o'clock, there's nothing bad to start forming our wardrobes for the upcoming season of warm winds and pleasant sun rays. Or, at least, start getting into the mood of nature's revival. What is the best way to kick this seasonal shift off? Of course knits!
Knitwear is one of the biggest trends of the Spring/Summer season this time. You will be able to apply all different kind of knitted pieces throughout frosts in March, when cold will be replaced by warmer winds of May and even on one of those rainy days in mid-July. Runway inspiration needed? No problem! According to a seasonal research, Michael Kors and Wes Gordon collections should be your main knitwear references with range stretching around cropped pullovers, interesting designs, cardigans, dresses and tops - shortly everything we have on the list today. A good dose of inspiration can also be found at Creatures of Comfort, Jason Wu and BCBG Max Azria
Shall we begin our Spring-ish shopping at this point? Let's do it!


Cropped



Cropped pieces, especially knitted ones, are still in this fashion game. And the best part about cropped knit is... you definitely knot it but... there's no need to tuck it under a pair of high waist pants or a skirt. And there's nothing bad in showing a bit of bare stomach off when warmth steps in a city.



Interesting 



Interesting? Yes, sounds interesting when we start talking about knitwear designs. Consider prints, tricky patterns, cut-outs, mix of fabrics and various details when it comes to a statement knit piece. And yes, it doesn't necessarily need to be a chunky one.



Cardigan



Well, well, well. Cardigans. A longline cardigan is a must in the following season. You'll find it helpful during cold days by multi layering it with a coat or another jumper underneath, as well as throughout warmer days by simply throwing it over a lightweight outfit combination, like shorts and a cami-top. 



Dress



A knit dress comes in different styles and forms. One can be pretty formal yet stylish, second one can be a more casual over sized (or bodycon) piece... and the list of examples goes on. Just try to find a knit dress style that suits you the most. And feel free to pair it with sneakers!



Tank Top



Knitted tank top. An ultimate fashion piece for the end of Spring - and whole Summer period. Let's be honest, it looks super simple yet chic and fashionable. Especially when you accompany it with contrasting fabrics. The game of contrasts seems to be a key out here.



Photo Courtesy: Shot by GIO, Who What Wear, StreetPeeper, The Style Insider, Pinterest.com, Pinterest.com


Getting ready for Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Despite the fact it's only February o'clock, there's nothing bad to start forming our wardrobes for the upcoming season of warm winds and pleasant sun rays. Or, at least, start getting into the mood of nature's revival. What is the best way to kick this seasonal shift off? Of course knits!
Knitwear is one of the biggest trends of the Spring/Summer season this time. You will be able to apply all different kind of knitted pieces throughout frosts in March, when cold will be replaced by warmer winds of May and even on one of those rainy days in mid-July. Runway inspiration needed? No problem! According to a seasonal research, Michael Kors and Wes Gordon collections should be your main knitwear references with range stretching around cropped pullovers, interesting designs, cardigans, dresses and tops - shortly everything we have on the list today. A good dose of inspiration can also be found at Creatures of Comfort, Jason Wu and BCBG Max Azria
Shall we begin our Spring-ish shopping at this point? Let's do it!


Cropped



Cropped pieces, especially knitted ones, are still in this fashion game. And the best part about cropped knit is... you definitely knot it but... there's no need to tuck it under a pair of high waist pants or a skirt. And there's nothing bad in showing a bit of bare stomach off when warmth steps in a city.



Interesting 



Interesting? Yes, sounds interesting when we start talking about knitwear designs. Consider prints, tricky patterns, cut-outs, mix of fabrics and various details when it comes to a statement knit piece. And yes, it doesn't necessarily need to be a chunky one.



Cardigan



Well, well, well. Cardigans. A longline cardigan is a must in the following season. You'll find it helpful during cold days by multi layering it with a coat or another jumper underneath, as well as throughout warmer days by simply throwing it over a lightweight outfit combination, like shorts and a cami-top. 



Dress



A knit dress comes in different styles and forms. One can be pretty formal yet stylish, second one can be a more casual over sized (or bodycon) piece... and the list of examples goes on. Just try to find a knit dress style that suits you the most. And feel free to pair it with sneakers!



Tank Top



Knitted tank top. An ultimate fashion piece for the end of Spring - and whole Summer period. Let's be honest, it looks super simple yet chic and fashionable. Especially when you accompany it with contrasting fabrics. The game of contrasts seems to be a key out here.



Photo Courtesy: Shot by GIO, Who What Wear, StreetPeeper, The Style Insider, Pinterest.com, Pinterest.com

4 comments

  1. Lovely post!
    Greetings from Austria! :)
    xx
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    1. Hello Australia! And thank you!

      Kisses from Latvia :)

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  2. It's very inspiring!
    Thanks for this post.
    xx, http://rckmntchic.blogspot.fr

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