2017 fashion trends
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Ruffles – Topshop for Nordstrom
Up the romantic factor in your outfit by adding a ruffled detail. Whether it’s on the sleeves, the hem, or across the bodice, ruffles give a soft flare in either an understated or dramatic way depending on their size.
Mules – Nine West
Slip into something more comfortable. Mules were big in 2016, and it looks like they’re here to stay. The good thing is, they’re a 3-season shoe, so invest in a good pair.
Platforms – Stella McCartney
Platform sandals give you all the height with none (okay, maybe some) of the pain. Because the front of your foot is as high as the back, you’ll have no fear of painfully teetering forward all night.
Stripes – Saint Laurent
Swap out your basic t-shirt for a striped one. The classic, nautical look has an effortlessly chic vibe and can pair with almost anything. Ignore anyone who tells you horizontal stripes are unflattering.
The color pink has the amazing power to be soft and romantic or bright and fierce depending on the shade. Extremely versatile, you can match it up with neutrals for a classic look or other brights for some color blocking.
Message shirts – Givenchy
Instead of being a walking billboard for a brand, be a walking billboard for positivity. Brands are ditching their massive logo in favor of some happy slogans.
Statement earrings – Proenza Schouler
Leave your little studs in the jewelry box this year and treat your lobes to some serious statement earrings. 2017 is not going to be the year of dainty jewelry.