Some of the season’s hottest trends have just hit the New York City runways. Curvalicious Spring Summer Fashion Trends for 2014 are looking very fun and full of gorgeous trends easy to adapt into any wardrobe. The problem is, I want them all. No seriously ya’ll! Here are some of the winners this S/S season:
Mesh & Sheer – show off that skin ladies!
This is one of the easiest spring summer fashion trends to wear. The layering of mesh or sheer makes is super simple to rock. The best part is you can cover the areas you don’t want to bring too much attention to while still being on trend.
Statement tops: WORD!
Got something to say? Well you can wear on your sweatshirt now. I am loving this expressive trend! The variety of cheeky, funky, nerd chick or super cool sista are all out this season. The best part, you can pair these tops up with another one of the sexy spring summer fashion trends – Mesh! sheer or wide legs pants. I know, you’re welcome.
Floral – Feminine yet sexy
You gotta love the floral print in spring/summer, it just screams warm weather. This season we are seeing some awesome flower power in the house. From embellished floral to Japanese inspired floral patterns this trend is growing on us. You get it?… Growing?… Like a flower?
Tea length skirts – The ‘it’ skirt
These gorgeous skirts make me so happy, they are just fabulous! And yes I know I am vertically challenged but even I can rock these with the right top and some sassy heels, watch out! These skirts have hit the town hard and we are just loving them!
Metallic & Iridescence
Oh sista! One of the gorgeous new spring summer fashion trends is a geometric twist and plenty of graphics; these are just a few and have been a massive hit in NYC; check them out, I know you’ll love them too.
With all these amazing trends this season, what is your favourite trend and how are you planning on wearing it? How are you going to rock your curves this season? Tell us.
(photos courtesy of Asos Curve, thecurvyfashionista.com, Pinterest, www.stylelist.ca and Pinterest clothing by Lane Byrant)