Spring 2021 trends according to Vogue

The editors of Vogue magazine have spoken out and shared their favourite trends of the season.

Just like last season’s trends, the spring 2021 trends try to bring that ray of hope and colour to the situation we are currently living in. The trends have had to adapt to our “new life” by adapting fabrics and garments to our new indoor life.

The editors of Vogue wanted to do their bit for the season by showcasing some of their favourite clothes, accessories, prints and colours of the season. While there are a variety of trends that are catching our eye, we want to see which footwear is the season’s most interesting and which ones will be making all the right moves this coming season.

Alexandra Gurvitch opts for a classic moccasin from G.H. Bass & Co which she will combine with a nice feminine skirt from Re-Nylon, a garment we’ve already talked about in another of our blogs, and punky style t-shirts with cut-outs.

Christian Allaire, on the other hand, prefers to take his look back to the 70s with a Gucci heeled ankle boot. Christian confesses that he’d love to pair them with slightly flared jeans or classic checked trousers. On top, he doesn’t hesitate in his choice of top, a good country collared shirt.

Willow Lindley reveals her favourite trend on a professional and personal level and that is flat shoes. She opts for an out-of-the-ordinary flat shoe with a touch of colour to create fun and colourful combinations. For example, here’s an example of Gucci’s red checked ballerina flats with the brand’s signature gold chain detailing.

Madeline Fass opts for a shiny brown trench coat with buttons down the front and says she can’t wait to wear a pair of platform sandals, which are a must-have of the season and will help her to gradually get back on a good heel. Madeline opts for a sandal like the Melitto sandals by ATP Atelier.

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