Trends for Spring/Summer 2022


Trends are ideas, designs or behaviors that get a lot of attention. They are usually driven by taste or style, and become firmly established for a period of time thanks to a shared sentiment. However, a “trend” is not always a fad; they can also be part of a cycle or cycle-like progression that reappear in different locations and over different periods in time.

Sheer dresses have made a comeback in a big way this season, inspired by everything from the New Look of 1947 to a grunge-infused aesthetic. These styles can be worn a variety of ways, and they are perfect for a summer party or a day out in the city.

For a casual approach, wear a sheer dress with your favorite denim and sandals for a comfortable look. You can also pair a sheer dress with a blazer and heels for a sophisticated look.

High boots have been very trendy this fall and girls will choose bright ones that attract the attention of other people. You can combine them with skirts, dresses and sweaters.

Camo print was a huge trend in 2017 and is still around this year, but this time it’s going with neutral colors. The experts say that it adds interest without being too overpowering.

Yellow, which was avoided in European culture, is now being favored in a lot of fashion collections. This color is a mood-boosting color and it can be worn with anything, so you can make the best of this trendy hue in your wardrobe this spring/summer 2022.

Orange is another mood-boosting color that’s trending for spring/summer 2022. Fashion brands such as Chloe and Isabel Marant favored this shade in their SS22 collections, and it’s sure to be a staple for many fashionistas.

Cut-outs have been a major trend this year, and British trailblazer Poster Girl has taken the lead with its stretchy geometric designs. This trend is taking a more grown-up approach this season, with larger proportioned cut-outs – you’ll be able to see them in a range of designers from Andreadamo to Valentino.

Whether you’re wearing it in the form of an ankle-length skirt, midi dress or top, this cold shoulder trend is one you should definitely try. The experts recommend that you try it with a low-slung, chain-waist belt to give the trend a more mature feel.

If you have a little more money to spend, you can also buy a cold-shoulder dress with lace details and a non-standard shape. This will look more expensive than it actually is, but it’s worth it for the uniqueness of the design!

This trend can be dressed up or down, so it’s important to pick a look that flatters you. You can also wear it with a slouchy knit or bodysuit for a more sophisticated look.

Glam utility is back in a big way for spring/2023, with tailored silhouettes, interesting pocket placements and elevated fabrics. You can find this reincarnation of the cargo pant at Max Mara, Jil Sander and Miu Miu.