SS21 had all the vibes!

Spring/Summer 2021 fashion weeks featured some fire looks that we can’t wait to rock off the runway. These are the top trends from SS21 fashion weeks that you need to incorporate into your spring looks this season!

Mixing fabrics

Just like in the SS21 Chanel show, you have to be brave enough to pull off mixing fabrics for a bold look! Try pairing a tweed blazer with leather shorts for the perfect mix of girly and edgy.

Over Accessorizing

Chanel also taught us that it’s okay to over-accessorize – layer up your fave necklaces and throw on an iconic belt to pull the look together. Mixing metals is fun too!

Mini Bags

Jacquemus SS21 show is all about keeping the mini bag trend alive and we love it! One of the hottest colours this year is chocolate, which is the perfect neutral tone to introduce into your bag collection.

Neutral Tones

Jacquemus’ latest SS21 collection also features a lot of neutral tones so make sure your spring/summer wardrobe is chock-full of neutral coloured shirts, pants and shoes that you can easily pull from to create an effortlessly beachy look.

Oversized Jackets

Givenchy’s SS21 collection featured a stunning oversized leather jacket that we’re living for- this is the perfect must-have for a cool spring night out on the town.

Mesh Shirts

See-through mesh tops were also a trendy vibe demonstrated in Givenchy’s latest collection. They’re super edgy and would look amazing layered over a bralette.


For spring? Ground-breaking. Gucci- known for its floral designs- takes it to the next level with matching floral looks. Don’t overdo it though. Select one floral piece and make that the focal point of your outfit.

Structured Bags

Gucci also paid homage to the structured bag by featuring the work tote in a range of colours, perfect for the modern working woman.


Dior’s dreamy SS21 show uses lace in the most beautiful way. Pair a lace top with a flowy skirt or jeans for a soft, feminine touch. 


The tie-dye trend is still going strong, as featured in the Dior SS21 show. Pair your favourite tie-dye piece of clothing with solid or neutral-tone colours for a pop of fun colour and pattern.