With the start of the New Year, it is time to start thinking of the new Season and new Fashion Trends for 2015. Last week we shared the hottest Fashion Trends for the New Year, and this week find out this year’s trending prints in fashion. Get a head start on your Spring and Summer wardrobe and look for our favorite fashion prints for 2015 listed below. Be daring and bold this new year for a new YOU, and try one of these trending prints, Which one will YOU be bold enough to try this Season?



We know, “florals for Spring, groundbreaking.” But designers this Season focused on using the Springtime floral print in new and creative ways, from the floral “3-D appliqué” effect to the big bold floral patterning seen at Michael Kors, Caroline Hererra and Thom Browne. Designers are making the floral pattern big, loud, and bold for 2015 so don’t be shy in wearing this fun pattern from swimsuits, to dresses, to blouses. Get a trendy look like Michael Kors’ floral crop top and midi skirt with Shopbop’s “Milly” Pop Art floral crop top and matching skirt, perfect for a walk on the beach, or dress it up with Jimmy Choo “Lance” strappy sandals for evening wear.



Not just for little girls or picnics, Gingham made a big splash across the runways this Season from jackets to skirts to dresses to handbags. Our favorite gingham looks came from designer Diane von Furstenberg with her silky sheer gingham fabrics and feminine shorts, perfect for Spring. If you are timid about wearing such a bold pattern, try Oscar de la Renta’s chic gingham coat in lovely pastel colors, perfect to and from the office this Spring. And with designers mixing and matching patterns this Season, your gingham can be paired with pretty much any piece of you wardrobe, so why not try this trend for Spring!



Not just for weddings or lingerie, lace has come out to play this Spring 2015 from dresses to tops to skirts to pants. We love the collections of elegant and delicate lace on the runways at Valentino, Chloe, and Louis Vuitton. For a fun, flirty Spring, we love Hale Bob’s black lace shorts, paired perfectly with a sheer blouse for easy, breezy style. And who can go wrong with the perfect Summer dress? Hale Bob’s ivory sheer lace long sleeved dress is will keep you cool and chic all Summer long. Pair with a sunhat and sandals and you are ready to hit the beach. For a hot Summer night on the town, pair with chic heels and a sparkling gold Anya Hindmarch clutch. This is the ONLY dress you’ll need all Summer long.



A major trend on the Runways this Season was “color blocking,” the art of juxtaposing two colors together in geographical patterns. From sweaters to skirts to pants, color blocking is a creative way to wear colors in a new and fresh fashion for Spring. We love Hale Bob’s color blocked black and purple trimmed peplum long sleeved top, paired with black pants for a perfect Springtime look for the office. Or, for a night on the town, pair with a Hale Bob pencil skirt and Steve Madden “Unitty” pumps for a chic sleek look. In addition to color blocked clothing, get creative this Spring and learn how to color block from your own wardrobe. Take some tips from the “Fashionisers” website and create a whole new look with their insigtful fashion advice to for the best color blocking techniques and style. Don’t be afraid to mix and match bold colors this Spring. This Season is all about a big, bold, confident you.



Peacocks, flamingos, cardinals, doves, songbirds, bluejays. Any and every type of feathered friend appeared on the runways this year. A bold and different pattern for Spring, we love the feathered trend, perfect for beach and resort time fun. Grab Hale Bob’s Flamingo short sleeved shift dress, perfect for a day at the beach or just running errands around town. Don’t forget to pack this versatile dress with you on summer vacation, paired perfectly with Tory Burch floral flat sandals for daytime, and dressed up with Miu Miu glitter kitten heels for a shimmering summer night out. To get you fluttering, check out The Best Fashion Blog’s site for creative and trendy ways to wear your fine feathered friends this Season. If you’d rather ease into the bird pattern, we love Shop Bop’s bird feathered print midi pencil dress, perfect to stay in style in a more subtle approach to the bird print trend for Spring.



 From Chanel to Altuzarra to Saint Laurent, big bold stripes are making a comeback this Spring from tops to dresses to pants to jackets. We love the bold patterning updated for a sleek and sophisticated style fresh for 2015. For a sleek look, go with Hale Bob’s single stripe pencil skirt perfectly paired with a Joie Maurelle sheer floral blouse, mixing two top Spring patterns in one style. For the office, we love Burberry’s bold striped shift dress or for Springtime fun go with Alice + Olivia’s racerback A-line dress, perfectly paired with your favorite sandals. Whichever way you choose to wear it, big bold stripes are the way to go this Spring.



Another trend to hit the runway this Season is ruffles, seen on tops, dresses, and jackets. Not just reserved for beach coverups anymore, take your ruffles to the street and out on the town. We love Hale Bob’s black ruffle strapless dress in a trendy “midi” length skirt, versatile for day or night. Pair with chunky gold Gucci wedge sandals for daytime fun, and dress it up at night with BLADE Casadei sparkle pumps. From Marchesa to Vera Wang, ruffles are back in style with a fun, flirty touch to get your Spring wardrobe a touch of femininity.


Florals, gingham, lace, color blocking, birds, stripes, ruffles. There are so many creative patterns trending for Spring and Summer 2015. Designers this season have found new and creative ways to display favorite prints and styles from past decades not seen in years such as gingham and stripes, mixed with new patterns like birds and color blocking. Which print trend will you decide to try this Season? We’d love to hear from you. Whichever print you choose, dare to live on the edge this season- be bold, be confident, and most of all be YOU.


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