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This super-flattering skirt has been steadily on the rise for a few years and is poised for a breakout this spring and summer. (Ahem, we heralded the style back in 2013.) Worn sleek and tight or high-waisted and floaty, the middle child is finally getting its due, and we recommend getting in on the action.
Blame Carrie Bradshaw or ballerinas, but this ultra-feminine style has been creeping up the Google ranks in recent years. We’re not sold, but if you must wear one, pair it with tougher pieces, like a biker jacket, to avoid comparisons to Clara from The Nutcracker.
These guys get a bad rap, but we’re all about rocking this easy, breezy trend. The key here is balancing proportions. Pair wide, billowy pants with a more fitted top, lest you get lost in the fabric.
Shift dresses never really go out of style, they just go out of season. (Unless you’re really brave in the winter.) We highly recommend shifts for their effortless, throw-on-and-go sensibility--and for pretending we’re Jackie O summering on Nantucket.
We’ve long loved this cut for its leg-lengthening powers, but it seems to be especially on trend this summer.
Unlike their high-waisted counterparts, neoprene suits are a more time-sensitive fad. Sure, you’ll wear the hell out of it this summer, but come 2016…. who knows? Our advice: If you’re trend-crazy, go for it. Just don’t blow an entire month’s rent on one.
Another “here today, gone tomorrow” pick: quirky sweatshirts. If you’re into clothing emblazoned with your favorite green, go for it, but we’ll be skipping this one, thank you very much.
Peplums had a pretty long 15 minutes, but based on a few years of decreased searches, Google has proclaimed them officially dead. RIP, poufy middles.
And with that, 99.9 percent of the world’s female population rejoices. Good riddance, and may we never see your return.
It seems our beloved skinnies are falling out of fashionable favor. We’ll still wear them, but we’ll also look to other styles like bell-bottoms and boyfriend jeans. And don't fret. We've got all your denim needs covered.
When it comes to personal style, we rely on input from any number of sources: our favorite blogs, our chicest friends, Eva Mendes. Our newest consultant? Google.
The search giant just released its Spring 2015 Fashion Trends Report, and despite being a report, it’s actually really interesting. Basically, by taking the fashion terms that people are and aren’t searching for and comparing those numbers to years past, Google has determined, in a nutshell, what’s hot and what’s not.
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