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From colors to fabrics, here are the top Spring-summer 2022 fashion trends

From colors to fabrics, here are the top Spring-summer 2022 fashion trends

With the days now getting longer and warmer, it’s now time to finally be able to turn our attention towards the spring-summer 2022 fashion trends. Can you guess which styles, colors, prints, and It-pieces will dominate the season?

Here are the top picks of the New York, London, Paris, and Milan runways.

Hot pink

Highlighter hues are back in 2022, adding a lot of color to your summer wardrobe. You can combine this Barbie-toned color with whites, beiges, blacks, or even some shades of pink as well. This season is all about boldness so don’t be afraid to be creative and play with colors.

Statement trouser suits

The oversized ’80s workwear staple is looking punchier than ever this spring/summer, with wider trouser legs, padded shoulders, and eye-catching color palettes doing the heavy lifting in your office wardrobe.


People are loving the negative space trend of the moment. Cutouts started their runway return last year but now they’re back and bolder than ever. From adding a fun edge to longer, elegant dresses, to turning up the fierceness on minis and one-pieces, cutouts come in all shapes and sizes, meaning there’s a style for everyone!

Lime green

The Grinch would’ve loved being front row at the fashion month this season. Lime green was literally everywhere! The acid hue has made its way into fancy party dresses (Valentino, Christian Siriano, Erdem) and summery looks. When life gives you limes, make them a trend!

Butter yellow

If you prefer pastel tones instead of bright hues, you’ll be glad to know that spring/summer 2022 also has a softer on-trend color to add to your wardrobe: warm, buttery yellow. Whether it’s billowing maxis, coordinated crop tops, or sleek lightweight overcoats smoother shades are here to stay.

These spring/summer trends are all about fun and unique elements. Spice up your closet with some IT items of the moment and play with whatever trend goes with your unique style. Remember trends are a guide but you set up the pace.