Spring summer trends 2024

Get ready for Spring/Summer 2024 in style!

KHAMSA has its eyes set on the season’s hottest trends. Forget bulky coats – it’s time to embrace lighter fabrics and unleash your creativity! Here’s a peek at what will be setting the style scene ablaze at this moment in time.

١. Effortless Chic: The All-White Everything

The little white dress and monochrome whites get a major upgrade this season. Look for flowy silhouettes, romantic details like ruffles or ruching, and a focus on natural fabrics like linen or cotton. And the beauty is, white pairs perfectly with everything – from sandals to sneakers to a denim jacket for a cooler evening.

٢. Femmasc Dressing

Dresses are here to stay, but with a twist. Think ultra-feminine silhouettes – mini, sheer, or flowing – paired with oversized elements like menswear shirts, chunky blazers, or even all three at once! This trend is all about blurring the lines between masculine and feminine styles.

٣. Relaxed Tailoring for Work

Say goodbye to stuffy office attire! Spring’s workwear is all about comfort and effortless style. Use the likes of oversized blazers, relaxed tailoring, and even elasticated waists for ultimate comfort. Pair it with a slim blouse for a balanced look.

٤. High-Rise Trousers

Low-rise is taking a backseat this season. High-waisted everything – jeans, sweats, tailoring – is the new go-to. Invest in a timeless belt to elevate your look, inspired by the ultra-high-rise styles seen at Loewe.

٨. Modern Bride

Forget the fairytale princess gowns of yesterday! 2024 brides are throwing out the rulebook and embracing a bold, contemporary look. Think dropped waists that freshly cinch the figure, XXL hip padding that creates a dramatic silhouette, and oversized sleeves that add a touch of architectural flair. This is a wedding dress for the modern woman who isn’t afraid to make a statement and rewrite the bridal fashion narrative this Spring/Summer season.

Leen is a writer, designer and creative director, holding a fashion design degree from ESMOD. She is currently pursuing an MBA in fashion management, specializing in luxury, in Paris. Living in various Western and Eastern locales, Leen writes on fashion, culture, and lifestyle at KHAMSA as she interns in the editorial department.
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