Bringing passion to Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Have been thinking of trying on an image of that fire-full, strong and at the same time seductive Spanish woman for quite some time now? Well, this season is giving you a perfect fashion opportunity.
This Spring/Summer is going to be a one hot season as designers went quite serious for Spanish vibes, especially three main features of it - ruffles, off-shoulder thing and red color. It's quite hard to imagine a red-less season as usually a good number of designers keep implementing color into seasonal collections and this time it's all about Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler and Michael Kors going either for plain red or playing around prints and patterns. Off-shoulder trend has been around for quite some time now and still this time it turns to be more Spanish-like with everyone from Proenza Schouler to Roberto Cavalli did fall for it. Finally, the third element - ruffles - was spotted in quite abundance within Spring/Summer collections of Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, Roberto Cavalli and Balmain.
We all love lucky number 3 when it comes to some of your favorite trends. And Spanish vibes are not an exception at all, right? 

Ruffles



What can be more charming than ruffles swinging whilst you stroll along the streets of a sun-filled city? Nothing. Best thing about Spanish-much ruffles is that it can be found in, literally, all sort of clothing - starting from sleeveless tops and mini dresses, continuing with maxi skirts and rompers and finishing off with wide-leg pants. Plus seasonal ruffles come here in every size you can imagine.



Off-Shoulder



Taking it all off own shoulders and putting a bare accent? Yes, please. This sensual trick is so much Spring/Summer appropriate. So hold it don't drop it and make sure to find your off-shoulder favorite. Should it be a top, a dress or a trendy playsuit is up to you.



Red



Red is always a good idea. But when it comes to Spanish vibes the power of red doubles. Going for red color this season is all about embracing your inner fire. So have a go with bright shades and try implementing it into own seasonal wardrobe. Gladly it can go in a huge sort of variations - and, yes, it also comes in a combination with ruffles or off-shoulder!


Image Courtesy: Hip Girlie, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway


Bringing passion to Spring/Summer 2016 season. 

Have been thinking of trying on an image of that fire-full, strong and at the same time seductive Spanish woman for quite some time now? Well, this season is giving you a perfect fashion opportunity.
This Spring/Summer is going to be a one hot season as designers went quite serious for Spanish vibes, especially three main features of it - ruffles, off-shoulder thing and red color. It's quite hard to imagine a red-less season as usually a good number of designers keep implementing color into seasonal collections and this time it's all about Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler and Michael Kors going either for plain red or playing around prints and patterns. Off-shoulder trend has been around for quite some time now and still this time it turns to be more Spanish-like with everyone from Proenza Schouler to Roberto Cavalli did fall for it. Finally, the third element - ruffles - was spotted in quite abundance within Spring/Summer collections of Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, Roberto Cavalli and Balmain.
We all love lucky number 3 when it comes to some of your favorite trends. And Spanish vibes are not an exception at all, right? 

Ruffles



What can be more charming than ruffles swinging whilst you stroll along the streets of a sun-filled city? Nothing. Best thing about Spanish-much ruffles is that it can be found in, literally, all sort of clothing - starting from sleeveless tops and mini dresses, continuing with maxi skirts and rompers and finishing off with wide-leg pants. Plus seasonal ruffles come here in every size you can imagine.



Off-Shoulder



Taking it all off own shoulders and putting a bare accent? Yes, please. This sensual trick is so much Spring/Summer appropriate. So hold it don't drop it and make sure to find your off-shoulder favorite. Should it be a top, a dress or a trendy playsuit is up to you.



Red



Red is always a good idea. But when it comes to Spanish vibes the power of red doubles. Going for red color this season is all about embracing your inner fire. So have a go with bright shades and try implementing it into own seasonal wardrobe. Gladly it can go in a huge sort of variations - and, yes, it also comes in a combination with ruffles or off-shoulder!


Image Courtesy: Hip Girlie, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway, Vogue Runway

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