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What looks are typical of spring?
When I think of a spring look, I think of a lighter attitude and a lighter look. Dresses and jackets start getting brighter to signify the brighter days. A little skin may peek through with cutouts or sheer fabrics. Finally, designs may take form of beautiful, blooming flowers. These were certainly the looks that came down the runway for Chanel Spring Couture 2015. Some looks were truly over the top with large, hand formed flowers on light layers of tulle. While they were fun, they also wouldn’t be worn everyday (or around any young, spirited pair of hands, like my little lady!) I liked the freshness of that look as well as the cropped tweed blazers. Sheer, lacey fabric continued its strong presence on the runway and made an appearance in a few updated little black dresses. A few pieces certainly inspired more attainable looks while remaining fresh and ready for spring.
Here are a few of the looks and more affordable inspiration:
True Decadence Yellow Tweed Cropped Blazer, Dorothy Perkins, $49 (from $95)
Black Swan Nutmeg Black Lace Dress, Lulu’s, $75
More images of the show can be seen here.