Spring Fashion Week: NYFW Recap And What Trends We Think Are Going To Be Great For Teens
Posted on February 22 2016
The end of February is a very crazy time in our country’s fashion capital, New York City. As Valentine’s Day passes, the fashion flock swaps their chocolate heart boxes for their ultimate street-style looks as they gear up for jam-packed days of New York Fashion Week. Fashion Week creates a whole fury of gltizy events, chic models everywhere, and of course, some amazing outfits- can you say #peoplewatching?
Now that the shows have passed, we thought we would create a round-up of our fave trends that we think will pass all the way down to tween fashionistas as well. The main take-away from the shows was comfy is cool. So, for all of our friends that love fashion but also love a good sweatpant and sneaker combo, you’re in luck.
Trends That We're Into:
-Buh bye to the traditional fashion cycles in which editors and buyers view a collection months before it’s even in-stores and ready for purchase. This year, many innovations were made by big designers like Rebecca Minkoff and Proenza Schouler who are changing they way they present their collections at fashion week, and instead of having to wait for all the sparkling goodies you see on the runway, they will all be available for purchase immediately following the show! See it, buy it, bam!
-We think graphic logos just miiiiiiight be making a comeback, but cooler than ever. The runways were filled with downtown cool girl’s walking with logos or sayings plastered across their shirts. What does that mean for the Frankie’s girl? Well, we’re predicting some fun cozy tee’s with a little fun word here and there. We hope to see some amaaaaazing streetwear chic duds from our favorite designers, I have a feeling Wildfox might be right on trend…
-Mini Skirts are back!!! Obviously, not tooooo mini but this summer, we will definitely be stocking up on some cute mini skirts for our tweens, taking a hint from Mr. Marc Jacobs (who by the way, had Lady Gaga make a surprise appearance as a model in his runway show, whoah!).
Alice & Olivia
Now go on, go check out vogue.com yourself for some tween inspo and decide how you can work it back to your own wardrobe (hint hint, Frankie’s has some cool options ladies ;))
Until Spring Break!