Ditch your mini-skirts and tank tops for something a bit more romantic (and comfortable). The new boho look for spring 2015 comes courtesy of designers such as Vera Wang, who sent soft floor-sweeping dresses down the runway; Dries Van Noten, who got creative with funky prints; and Tommy Hilfiger, who dressed his models in hippie looks with a twist.
Gingham Is The New Black
There’s no doubt about it: gingham is a bold look, but it wouldn’t be spring if we ween’t ditching our cold winter colours for a bright print. Luckily, there’s a gingham for everyone come spring 2015, in the form of Swinging Sixties mini-dresses, crop tops, power suits and adorable shorts.
Fringe – The Bigger Hit
Fringe was far and away one of the bigger hits from the spring 2015 runways, taking on a Josephine Baker look in a slinky metallic flapper-style dress at Proenza Schouler or a bohemian rhapsody of flared pants and jackets at Emilio Pucci.
Flourish Your Wardrobe
Look no further than the petal power seen on the Spring 2015 runways. Floral patterns were everywhere, from the blossoms at Simone Rocha to the muted sixties tan florets at Max Mara to metallic blooms at Louis Vuitton.
Say It With Suede
We’ve been conditioned to understand that leather is now a staple of the warmer months, but designers are softening up a bit now and playing with rich, decadent suedes. Altuzarra took his signature button-down to luxe places in a sandy hue paired with a striped skirts, while Jason Wu’s suede went sultry on a deep-plunge high-slit dress.