NYFW Spring Swimwear Trends
It is hard to believe will be transitioning into Spring soon, as we are getting pounded with snow. For many of us it is hard to plan what we are going to wear when we wake up that day, let alone think of what is to come for the next season. But rest assured, there are some great things to come for Spring and we just had to share them with you! One of the Sylene team members had the opportunity to attend New York Fashion Week last September and she reported back to us on her favorite swimwear trends for spring and what we can expect to see in the near future.
There were many stand-out trends for Spring that walked down the runways inside Lincoln Center including: lace, ruffles, menswear pieces, mesh, and western inspired looks. Swimwear made an appearance in many of the runway shows and we were excited at what we saw. Zimmerman showed dressed up swimwear that almost looked like it could double as evening wear! They showed high waisted bottoms with ruffles that were paired with bra tops with lace overlay. They also showed sheer white lace cover-ups that almost had a western chic feel to them. It is safe to say that we should expect to see lace and ruffles make an appearance in swimwear styles for next year.
We also caught a few swimwear inspired styles at the Custo Barcelona show where they featured simple bikinis under beautiful mesh open-weave cover-ups with intricate geometric designs. Seeing multiple mesh looks made us think that this is also a trend that we could be seeing for resort wear for next spring/summer. They also showed bold printed one pieces with cut-outs and high waisted two-piece styles that had capes! Although we are not sure how that would translate at the pool or beach, it was interesting to see on the runway.
At Mara Hoffman we saw beautiful pastel colored suits with high waisted bottoms and some with cut-outs. We also saw beach and lounge wear in bold prints that had a laid back and relaxed feel to them. Many models that walked down the runway wore baseball caps that seemed to be 90's inspired with a longer than usual brims. It seems that many designers are beginning to catch on to how important protecting our skin really is and our "hat's off" (literally) to Mara for making it fashionable!
Spring may seem far away with all of the snow we have been getting but we are pretty excited for the new trends that we saw and our spring styles have already started arriving at Sylene. Come in and take a look at our new Spring styles and we have no doubt you will be on trend for your next beach vacation!