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4 trends for summer loving

Maggie Laine models in Jeremy Scott's SS2015 collection in New York Fashion Week. Photo: Alessandro Lucioni/Details by Armonda Grillo IMAXTREE.COM
Maggie Laine models in Jeremy Scott’s SS2015 collection in New York Fashion Week. Photo: Alessandro Lucioni/Details by Armonda Grillo IMAXTREE.COM

1. Hologram

Back to the Future” jumped through space and time to enter year 2015. What better way to celebrate the future than by holographic prints? The beauty of this reflective design is seen in its variety. Hologram comes in everything from bags, to edgy tops, platform shoes, bottoms and even sunglasses.

Adriana Lima models for Desigual SS2015 in New York Fashion Week. Photo: Andrea Adriani/Imaxtree for fashionwirepress.com
Adriana Lima models for Desigual SS2015 in New York Fashion Week. Photo: Andrea Adriani/Imaxtree for fashionwirepress.com

2. Tropical

You don’t need to go to Aruba or Jamaica this summer to have island fever. Fill your wardrobe with essentials like palm trees, Hawaiian flowers and tropical prints. These busy designs can be dressed with more neutral pieces like a thin blazer or open toe sandals.

Laroom's SS2015 collection in Moscow, Russia. Photo: MBFWRussia/ Imaxtree for fashionwirepress.com
Laroom’s SS2015 collection in Moscow, Russia. Photo: MBFWRussia/ Imaxtree for fashionwirepress.com

3. Checkmate

As seen in Oscar de la Renta‘s new collection, checkered print, or gingham, is the new casual. Store your stripes and plaid for autumn to make room for this new go to item. The light-weight cloth is perfect for picnics with its white and colorful checkered print. Plus, the design looks like it came right out of a Audrey Hepburn film.

Herieth Paul models in Jeremy Scott's SS2015 in New York Fashion Week. Photo: Alessandro Lucioni/ Details by Armando Grillo IMAXTREE.COM
Herieth Paul models in Jeremy Scott’s SS2015 in New York Fashion Week. Photo: Alessandro Lucioni/ Details by Armando Grillo IMAXTREE.COM

4. Neon

Shine bright like a highlighter. Whether you’re going to the beach, a festival or just going out with friends, add flair to your outfit with neon. If you’re weary of wearing neon clothing, try neon face paint. This accessory can be applied in a fading stroke technique or go multicolored in a confetti pattern throughout the eyes and the bridge of your nose. Also listening to Neon Indian’s “Deadbeat Summer” can act as your painting muse.