Spring is here, and summer is on the way. As the sun comes out and temps rise, give your closet some new inspirations. It’s time to say hello to springtime blues. Wearing blue enhances your look. It is clean and fresh, and it is calming. And designers are helping you celebrate the season too with a plethora of looks to chose from. Relaxed or over-the-top, there are many variations to choose from. It’s a time of year to shine. Why not come on a tour of some of the stores in New York with a NYC private shopping tour. Let’s explore some of the new springtime blues. Find your stand out looks.
Fendi did some really cool outfits this season. The brand majored in cargo looks, and then adapted them in new ways. Take this short skirt with cargo pockets paired with a overized,easy mock neck sweater in the same color.
Chanel always knows how to do blue. Tweed flairs look good, and as does a slim coat trimmed with a blue tweed camelia. Very chic.
Alaia knows how to play with springtime blues using a wasp-waited knit blue knit dress. A new departure in color for the brand.
And Prada uses a deep petrol blue as a print ground on a heavily manipulated dress. Unexpected glamour this season.
Turqs, and all their hues, look directional this season. Victoria Beckham uses a soft drapey fabric for an easy dress, and cuts it with bias seams for a flowing look.
Mini pin-sripes look clean and refreshing. Try ruffles in a shirt and in a classic shirt dress. Shirt dresses are everywhere this season.
Push those sleeves up. A deeper blue pin stipe is the base for another cute, belted shirt dress. Preppy perfection.
And why not mix some things up? Simkhai likes a baby doll ruffle dress paired over jean-joggers. Why not?
Marni is super hot this year. They started the trend for fluffy mohair sweaters, and are keeping it going. This look mixes blue and violet stripes in the fuzzy sweater, and adds stragetic patches of mohair stripes under the distressed holes in the wide leg jeans. Jeanius.
MM6 from Maison Margiela always has a unique take on fashion. The team used denim this season, light blue in a sleeveless dress, and in dark indigo in a slim cropped jacket and jeans.
JW Anderson also twists denim. A bias chopped up skirt and a denim cami? Looks good. It’s spring.
Isabel Marant also makes good use of denim with a signature spliced jacket. Marant clothing is easy to spot.
Wide jeans are important this season. This pair is taken to a new level and bleached out leaving a splotchy printed stripe. Head to toe denim used to be a no-no, but adding an indigo shirt looks good.
Denim is decorated this season too. Little stones pick out seams, and make the classic denim jacket a bit more feminine.
Another way to embellish denim involves adding small stripes in stones. Even on the collar.
Mix a denim jacket over a small flowered dress. Cutting turq denim into a jean jacket and shorts is fun, and the look pairs it with a matching tank.
This look is matchy-matchy but somehow it works because the shirt mixes several colors of denim, not one of which match the jeans.
There is also a lot of tailoring around. You cannot escape blazers. This one from Dries Van Noten is nicely oversized in a mid blue color. This is a good way to wear springtime blues.
Alice and Olivia offers a turq suit. The jacket is slightly oversized and the pants a bit wider.
Short suits are also around. This look is clean and very summery.
And you can find even slimmer jackets. This grey-blue color seems to be everywhere.
One of the jackets of the season comes from Courreges. It is cut in a soft vinyl with the AC signature on the breast. A very new way to do a moto jacket. It comes in black and white, but the blue looks newest.