6 Big Resort 2017 Trends To Wear Now
These major trends we saw on the Resort catwalks will tastefully glide us through tricky between-season dressing, right until the first blossoms of spring
Resort and Cruise collections, once linked to wealthy people shopping for their winter getaways, are now the collections in stores the longest and, thanks to different temperature considerations, can be worn most of the year. With shoppers’ growing demands and preferences for globally inspired trans-seasonal dressing, more and more designers are turning to these collections, making the competition tight. So here are some of the finest Cruise 2017 offers to take you on an adventurous escape, even if you aren’t Riviera bound…
Easy Throw-On-And-Go Maxis
Whether billowing or clean cut, a romantic, floor-sweeping maxi dress or skirt is this season’s most useful must-have.
As well as being comfortable, stylish and easy- to-wear, maxis are ultra versatile, taking you from poolside to beachside dinner.
Full-on tropical and flamboyant prints, from palm fronds to fruits, injected fresh and vibrant vibes to designers’ 2017 resort collections.
If a never-ending summer isn’t evident in the pattern, joie de vivre is expressed through a riot of colours and embellishment.
From the dramatic to the unconventional and loosely sculptured, ruffles, which have been au courant for the last couple of seasons, are still very much on the scene.
Whether you choose to wear them on skirts or crop tops, whimsical, ultra-feminine flounces add an alluring Caribbean or Spanish touch.
Back To The 70s
Whether you refer to them as flares or wide-legged pants, there isn’t a doubt this classy 70s inspired style is back in a big way this season.
If massive bellbottoms, a pretty acquired taste, aren’t for you, there’s the option of the subtler cropped trousers with a more restrained kick.
Dreamy Tiered Dresses
It’s hard to resist a twirl in a tiered dress, a trend seen all over the Resort 2017 runways. Soft, romantic, airy and flowing, they’re the ultimate feminine statement.
You can dress this elegant silhouette up with heels or wear sandals for a more casual look.
Favourite brands like Oscar de la Renta, Charlotte Olympia and Stella McCartney decorated everything from 40s gowns, seen at Gucci, to accessories with striking and bold black-and-white polka dots.
The modernised trend packs an extra punch when it comes to a black-and-white palette.
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