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The SS21 Trends You Need To Know About

05 | 02 | 2021

Whilst we love our winter fashion here at PLT, we’re so ready to start putting our spring/summer wardrobe together.

We’ve rounded up some of our favourite catwalk inspired trends for SS21 that we can’t wait to get styling.

From statement monochrome to chic cape sleeves, here are all the SS21 fashion tends you need to know about.

The SS21 Trends You Need To Know About

 

Monochrome Moments

Whilst there’s definitely still room for pastel hues in our Spring wardrobe, a monochrome colour palette is expected to have a serious moment in SS21.

A black and white colour combo is a classic that looks good no matter what the occasion.

From elegant black and white dresses to monochrome prints, this trend is definitely one to watch.

Dolce & Gabbana

Dreamy Bralettes

Bralettes are expected to become a wardrobe essential this season and we are so here for it.

Whether you’re wearing it solo, underneath a jacket or over a shirt, bralettes are so versatile and can be easily dressed up or down.

From intricate lace styles to floral prints, we can’t wait to work a bralette into our spring wardrobe.

Dior

 

Chic Capes

Get ready to make some serious statements this season with all things cape sleeves.

From chic cape sleeve blazers to glam cape shoulder dresses, we’re loving the luxe feel to this trend.

Paco Rabanne

 

All About Corsets

Ever since Bridgerton launched on Netflix in December, we have been obsessed with corsets.

With designers incorporating corset detailing into their SS21 collections, it’s looks as though this trend is expected to continue into SS21.

Whether it’s a weekend-worthy corset dress or a fierce corset blouse, there’s definitely a place for this trend in our wardrobes.

Balmain

Statement Cut Outs

Get ready to show off some skin with the cut out trend this season.

From cut out side seams to subtle cut out detailing, this trend can be easily styled for day and night.

Fendi

 

Which trend will you be adding to your new season wardrobe?

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