Pant suits, wasabi green and accordion pleats – these are just some of the top Spring/Summer 2022 fashion trends set to shape and dominate the season. Take inspiration from the runways and get ready to explore the endless style possibilities to create, ‘Spring
1. Pant suits
Spring/summer 2022 sees the pant suit command attention in an array of punchy colours. Stella McCartney and Christian Siriano referenced the 80s power suit in a modern way by combining oversized jackets with padded shoulders and straight-leg cut pants. If you’re looking to update your office attire for spring, a pant suit meets the brief.
2. Wasabi green
If there’s one colour to work into your Spring/Summer 2022 wardrobe, it’s wasabi green. The runway shows were awash with this punchy green hue which featured heavily in dresses from casual to cocktail. Designers Erdem and Christian Siriano sent stunning wasabi green evening dresses down the runway while designers Stella McCartney and Prabal Gurung featured wasabi green, cut-out dresses that turned up the heat.
Get set for a little 70s glamour to enter your Spring/Summer 2022 wardrobe in the form of luxe pleated skirts and dresses. Metallic pleated skirts shimmered down the runways at the Brandon Maxwell and Altuzarra shows, while Paul & Joe showcased stunning rainbow-coloured pleated dresses perfect for the party season.
Get swept away with voluminous silhouettes, flirty ruffles and pretty sheer fabrics. This season, romance is well and truly alive with fluid dresses, blouses and skirts. Simone Rocha, Paul & Joe and Zimmermann led the way with dreamy feminine pieces in a palette of white, soft pink and lavender. Compact handbags and delicate accents from crystal encrusted hair clips to dainty jewellery complete a trend that is all things feminine and a little bit special.
5. Matching sets
Spring/Summer dressing is going to get a whole lot quicker and bolder, thanks to the rise of matching sets in punchy colours and psychedelic prints. Altuzarra’s runway show turned heads with bold and breezy shirt and maxi skirt sets, while fashion designer, Brandon Maxwell, went for figure-hugging matching sets in trippy prints. If you want to jump on the matchy-matchy train the only rule is, go bold!