• Celine Lamour

Fashion trends 2021: Everything you need to look trendy this year!

Mis à jour : mars 25




1. Flare jeans

From left to right: Balmain – Céline – Chloé – Paco Rabanne – Temperley London - Valentino

It's a trend we love! The flare jeans is an alluring reminder of the great trendsetters of the 70s. Models wear these flare jeans high-waisted which will lengthen the silhouette and then pair it with a bralette in line with the trends of the year.


2. Wide leg pants – The Palazzo

From left to right: Chanel – Balenciaga – Chloé – Fendi – Louis Vuitton – Max Mara

They are a bona fide trend for spring, and they’re showing their elegant side this season, taking over as your everyday trouser shape of choice.

We cannot miss the famous palazzo pants! With its vaporous fabric, high waist and wide legs, it has the advantage of flattering all body types. It goes with everything and its elegant and relaxed look makes it suitable for many occasions. Both at work and in the evening, palazzo pants give us an allure while enhancing our figure. A real fashion must-have!


3. Mini shorts

From left to right: Celine – Chanel – Dior – Giambasttista Valli – Hermès - Sportmax

The shorter the better! In any case, it's the statement from the shows that sign a micro version of the summer basic, somewhere between the high panties and the shorts.


4. The bralette

From left to right: Alberta Ferretti – Alessandra Rich – Boss – Isabel Marant – Marni - Zimmermann

Stylistic reminiscence of the bralette, which has made a comeback since last winter on the fashion scene. Worn above or below, this sensual piece redraws the contours of lingerie, inviting it to go wild in the city, without losing its elegance.


5. The babydoll dress

From left to right: Zimmermann – Giambattista Valli – Paul & Joe – Ulla Johnson – Brandon Maxwell - Valentino

Puff sleeves, rounded skirt, and frills: the model of the season is attributed to the babydoll dress. Some designers adopt its iconic codes and add a bending at the waist to harmonize the silhouette or infuse a sporty-chic and practical effect by adding pockets and some others emphasize the chubby side with a ruffled tweed set.


6. The trench coat

From left to right: Altuzarra – Burberry – Louis Vuitton – Max Mara – Michael Kors - Prada

The trench coat changes its skin this year with new colors, patterns, and fabrics. For those who love to experiment but remain faithful to tradition, upping your trench game with a more exaggerated silhouette or embroidered detail provides the perfect new staple pieces your closet needs.


7. Balloon sleeves

From left to right: Alberta Ferretti – Alexander McQueen – Isabel Marant – Lanvin – Patou - Zimmermann

Appearance for balloon sleeves, which reiterate their title of fashion statement. A graphic detail that is gleefully inspired by the resolutely feminine silhouettes of an era thought to be over. They give charisma to any clothing that dares to wear it.


8. The statement collar

From left to right: Alberta Ferretti – Ami – Chloé – Simone Rocha – Patou – Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

It lands on the dresses and shirts of the freshly presented collections. Whether Peter Pan collar, Ascot tie, ruff, cape, or square style, this detail will be omnipresent in the street style playing field.


9. Disco Fever

From left to right: Balmain – Burberry – Chanel Isabel Marant – Louis Vuitton – Valentino

A bit flashy or totally shine bright, the disco fever sparkled under the spotlight of the latest catwalks


10. Transparency - light, sheer fabrics

From left to right: Acne Studio – Alberta Ferretti – Chanel – Dior – Giambattista Valli – Isabel Marant

Transparency depicts the next generation and will establish itself as the perfect ally to subtly unveil our summer legs. In an era of body positivity, where we seek to accept our body and we learn to respect that of others, transparency is in the spotlight


11. Netting and holes

From left to right: Acne Studio – Balenciaga – Chanel – Fendi – Dior - Longchamp

Unveil openwork creations, which are sure to raise this trend to the highest level. Netting finds its way into our wardrobes via everything from closely-knit dresses and vests to throw-over layers which add little more than a bit of intrigue and texture.


12. Minimalism

From left to right: Ami – Fendi – Boss - Jacquemus – Alberta Ferretti – Sportmax

You can never go wrong with being minimal. The long-coveted aesthetic returns to the catwalk playing with black and white tones. Simple and clean lines dominated the runway. Everything is possible in the name of minimalism. A quintessence of noble materials and smooth lines: minimalism takes on Nineties airs in white only.


13. Urban chic sportswear

From left to right: Balenciaga – Boss – Max Mara – Miu Miu – Prada - Versace

Who could have imagined that athletic apparel could be so chic? Sweatsuits became more than just loungewear in 2020, they’re now a staple of the at-home uniform. This spring however, designers got inventive and gave the slouchy athletic garment a fashionable update. a mix of elevated and effortlessly cool sweat styles that can be happily worn in and out of the house. Team uniforms have become essential in the wardrobe of a true fashionista this year, especially if they come stamped with a designer label.


14. Monochrome

From left to right: Balmain – Chanel – Giambattista Valli – Giorgio Armani – Jill Sanders – Ports 1961

One of the biggest colour trends of season is, in fact, a lack of colour altogether. Black and white pieces are everywhere, as the chequerboard patchwork dresses, or crisp layering. The black and white dresses looked just the kind of elegant, no-fuss evening wear we’ve been longing for.


Images courtesy: Vogue


To view the part one Spring Summer trends 2021 click here



Celine's favourite trends of this Spring/Summer season




Stay tuned for more such Fashion trends update throughout this year! For a personal consultation, please contact Celine Lamour at My French Elegance

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