Top Ten Fashion Trends for 2015

Posted on 2 January 2015
By Laura Downey
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New Year = New wardrobe.

It’s out with the old and in with the new. Swap your old rags and try some of this year’s upcoming styles for Spring/Summer.

Purple Revolver has done most of the work for you and found the ten most popular trends that strutted down last year’s catwalk and are set to take 2015 by storm.


It has now been revealed as the official print of 2015.

Joseph Altuzarra showcased ten looks in the delicate check whilst Michael Kors’ sent out a beautiful green A-line halter dress.

Autumn may have brought us proper plaids, but for spring it’s all about the tiny check.

Diane von Furstenberg and the late Oscar de la Renta also have gingham within their collections.


A very surprising trend that has surfaced during the SS15 shows; the soft and delicate fabric is making a real comeback.

Derek Lam showed suede separates, including a knee-grazing overcoat in inviting shades of purple.

Jason Wu sent suede down his New York runway with structured sporty silhouettes which were fitted too.


Start cleansing your closet’s palate now with optic whites to carry you from now to next season.
Head to toe in all white is the way forward.

Prabal Gurung kicked off his collection with a lovely handful of crisp, clean whites.


One important thing to remember for this season: navy is the new black. And that is all.

Polo Shirts

Sportswear has been incredibly popular this year and designers have found a fun way to continue playing with sporty themes this season.

Get ready to pop your collar.


Jeans are a given for any season, but this time around it’s about cropped and baggy cuts.

Keep your tops slim to create a cool contrast.


Choose streamlined military-style pieces that come in the olive-drab shade.

See Marc Jacob’s latest collection.

Apron Skirts

A new layering trick for the more daring fashion gal: rock a skirt, whether short or long, over a dress for a visually stimulating look with an extra dose of coolness as DKNY has presented.

Shirt dresses

In an anything-but-tame turn, designers re-imagined this classic shape with drop waists and double high slits.

Kimono style trench coats

Belted lightweight trench coats were spotted all over the runways this season.

We’re fans, and why wouldn’t we be? They’re a comfortable, stylish mix between a robe, a coat, and a kimono.