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Spring Fashion 2016: More is More

This season add a little “Spanish influence” to your style.  We’re talking ruffles, flounces, reds/rich hues (think bull fighters and flamenco dancers).  It’s all about a “more is more” approach. Mix and match colorful prints, rock a flounce sleeve or off-
the-shoulder look, strut in a near floor-skimming skirt. Think bold, strong, romantic.

Spanish Influence


Proenza Schouler, Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Kors, Jonathan Simkhai, and Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta: All five designers (and more!) incorporated hints of Spanish culture into their collections, from bold red hues to toreador-esque flourishes.

–A Comprehensive Guide to Spring 2016 Fashion Trends, Elle, By Nikki Ogunnaike and Justine Carreon

Latin Influence


From left to right: Blugirl, Proenza Schouler, Oscar de la Renta, Osman, and Roberto Cavalli. Ruffles, flamenco skirts and the color red came together in the many Spanish-inspired looks for spring 2016.

–The Biggest Trends from the Spring 2016 Runways, Fashionista, By Dana Kruspe