Written by: Celine Breanna


“The reports are in and it’s official: the future of fashion is bright.” This Season is not for people that fear colour, with bright colours flooding the spring runway. Spring and Summer 2022 is a wave of bright cheerful neon colours for daytime or for a night on the town.

For some people bright colours may be intimidating to bring into your spring wardrobe, but starting small is key, try incorporating neon accessories like a bag or a pair of heels, and you’ve got yourself a statement piece everyone will notice. -Dandelion Chandelier

As seen by: Bottega Veneta, Versace, Valentino


Elleme Checkered Cropped Jacket - $677.50

Revolve Ida Pant in Ivory - $271.02

Balenciaga Hourglass XS handbag in Fluo Yellow - $3,050

Alexis Bittar Twist Hoop Earring in Neon Yellow - $226.15

Fendi Ribbed Bracelet - $520

Jimmy Choo / Mugler Strap Pump in Neon Yellow Patent - $1,295




Zara Plaid Cropped Jacket - $79.90

Aritzia Sunday Best Tate Pant - $48

Boohoo Neon Micro Mini Structured Handle Grab Bag - $25.47

Liars & Lovers Joker Yellow Flower Hoop Earrings - $15

Liars & Lovers Arm Party Mixed Metal Chain Bracelet - $16

Jessica Simpson Postrie Pump - $79.99




This seasons biggest trend yet or should I say tiny. Meet the micro mini skirt. It’s not the first time this trend has made an appearance in the fashion world. Throughout the 2000s the mini skirt has been worn by many famous celebrities including Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, and Britney Spears. The mini skirt has once more been seen by some of the top designers including Miu Miu, Fendi, Prada, Versace, Dior, and Moschino. This Y2K staple is it this spring.

As seen by: Bluemarine, Missoni, Miu Miu




Balmain Belted Mini Skirt - $1,550

TWP The Ty Me Up Cropped Poplin Shirt - $395.65

Theory Lambskin Biker Jacket - $1,339.80

Akris Little Ai Trapezoid Leather Messenger Bag - $2,668.95

Prada Monolith leather and nylon fabric boots - $2,050




Zara Crossed Mini Skirt -  $59.90

Zara Crop Poplin Top - $45.90

Fashion Nova Got Places To Be Faux Leather Moto Jacket in Sage - $32

ALDO Charline Vegan Leather Combat Boots - $130

Fashion Nova - Girls Day Handbag in Nude - $28




In the fashion world everything old is new again, with this spring season making that statement particularly true. This timeless piece has always been one of the smartest investment pieces for your wardrobe. Blazers have defined the definition of staple pieces with its versatility and being able to pull together any outfit, from jeans, to dresses, to even track pants.

As seen by: Christian Siriano, Saint Laurent, Emporio Armani





Alice + Olivia Dunn vegan leather blazer - $869

Alice + Olivia Conry faux leather shorts - $225 

Rick Owens Fogachine coated bustier top - $1,432

Jimmy Choo Bon Bon silver satin crystal mesh bag with crystal handle - $5,495

Manolo Blahnik Gueypla Sandals - $965




Zara Menswear style blazer in pink - $99

Zara Split Skirt - $46

Pretty Little Thing cream satin ruched bust tie strap - $37

Lulus Arianna Camel Suede High Heel Sandals - $39

Pretty Little Thing Gold Diamante Pouch Bag - $51




From 1920’s to 2022 the leather jacket has never failed to be the ultimate closet staple item. The Perfect transitional piece to take us into spring. This season Prada proved the versatility of a leather jacket by simply styling it with miniskirts, cardigans, and low heels. 

As seen by: Dolce and Gabbana, Prada, Alexander McQueen



Dsquared2 floral silk mini dress - $1,440

Sandro cropped biker jacker - $685

Amina Muaddi rosie leather pumps - $2,350

Off-White 22 burrow shoulder bag  - $1,770



BB Dakota by Steve Madden know your flower dress in black - $129

BLANKNYC faux leather moto jacket - $108

Ego x Stassie vital heel - $32

Fashion Nova Don’t sass me crossbody - $24




Who says lingerie needs to be kept in the bedroom. With undergarments being worn as risqué outfits, there is no holding back this season. Don’t feel like baring it all? Try layering a bra under a blazer or a cute monochrome suit.

As seen by: Nensi Dojaka, Dolce and Gabbana, Rick Owens




Dundas x Revolve Marion Blazer - $516.08

Givenchy asymmetric-hem pleated skirt - $1,260

La Perls black lyre strapless brassiere with Chantilly lace - $445

Balmain ultimate leather ankle-strap sandals - $4,350

Dolce & Gabbana DG girls shoulder bag - $2,990





Pretty Little Thing Pink Shoulder Padded Relaxed Fit Cropped Blazer - $95

Nordstrom shimmer pleated mini skirt - $109

Grage Brielle velvet bustier - $11

ASOS negotiate barely there diamanté high heeled sandals in blush - $34



2000’s DREAM

Nothing says pop culture throwback like the early 2000’s. This Y2K trend is everywhere this year with lot’s of denim, butterfly patterns, mini skirts, head scarfs, low rise pants, crop tops, and skimpy t-shirts. So get ready to chanel your inner Britney Spears cause there’s no running away from the Y2K trend this season.

As seen by: Bluemarine, Tom Ford



Dion Lee wide-leg cargo pant - $750

Danielle Guizio cut-out t ribbed knit top - $530

Gianvito Rossi pointed-toe pumps - $1,105

Balenciaga Le cajole XS shoulder bag in silver - $2,550

Platinum Born limitless drop platinum hoop earrings - $1,609




Pretty Little Thing stone wide leg high waisted cargo pants - $54

Pretty Little Thing chocolate long sleeve circle cut out top - $32

Pretty Little Thing chocolate croc shoulder bag - $39

Steve Madden Veranda tan multi - $150




When we think spring fashion we think of color, and floral prints. This classic print is not new to the fashion world but the direction it took this season definitely is. Bold stripes have elevated spring fashion and dominated the runway once again. Lot’s of different designers were seen showing off stripes in all different types of ways including colors, and textures.

As seen by: Jil Sander, Bottega Veneta



Fendi printed silk shirt - $1,750

Monse trippy striped-print pleated skirt - $2,541

JW Anderson small chain link tote bag - $1,025

Aquazzura bow tie PVC pumps - $735

Bottega Veneta Knot Hoop Earrings - $960



ASOS wrap midi skirt - $18

Pretty Little Thing oatmeal contrast knitted sleeveless top - $22

ALDO Stessy Fuchsia High Heels - $90

Zara quilted chain strap shoulder bag - $40

Revolve 8 Other Reasons Joppie earrings in gold - $35




Glitz and Glamour only begin to describe some of this seasons looks. Sequins, crystals, sparkly mesh, chainmail, fringe, and liquid metal arrayed the runway. This season “Being over-dressed is incontrovertibly a thing of the past." - Vogue UK


As seen by: Tom Ford, Peter Do, Paul & Joe



Alexandre Vauthier Iridescent Asymmetric Midi Dress - $2,931

Alexandre Birman Something Blue Lather Bridal Sandals - $932.12

Cult Gaia Banu Mini Fringe Clutch - $679.77

Vivienne Westwood Silver Marsha Earrings - $205





Juicici Silver Shiny Ruched Mini Cami - $34

Steve Madden Blake-R Silver Heels - $130

Hand Embellished Silver Fringe Bucket Bag - $62

Olive + Piper Luxe Crystal Porter Statement Stud Earrings - $54




It wasn’t that long ago that monochrome looks were flooding the runway. Back in 2016 Gucci and Loewe put monochrome on the market. With monochrome looks making a comeback again from 2016, this season we are seeing monochrome looks in lot’s of different cuts, silhouettes, and fabrics.

As seen by: Chloe. AC9, Fendi



Alexander McQueen structured shoulder blazer - $2,350

A.W.A.K.E MODE ribbed jersey cut-out bodysuit - $267.04

Chloe drawstring wool-blend satin trousers - $2,600

JW Anderson chain padded leather sandals - $880

Jacquemus Le Chiquito Noeud Bag In White - $1,146

Balenciaga Gold Hoop Earrings - $485




Pretty Little Thing baby pink cinched arm detail shoulder padded belted blazer - $68

Pretty Little Thing pink acetate slinky scoop neck long sleeve bodysuit - $50

Pretty Little Thing champagne textured satin flared pants - $85

Boohoo padded strap square toe block heels - $47




Trains are the new definition of high-low, think 2000’s high low but more dramatic. From long trained tops, skirts, dresses, and even capes. This season's new trend is the perfect way to make an exit.

As seen by: Missoni, Gucci



Camille draped high-waisted layered skirt - $1,152

A La Garconne animal print cropped top - $386

Christian Louboutin coluna leather platform sandals - $1,529

Vanina Juliette silk-satin tote bag - $357

Dolce & Gabbana logo curb chain hoop earrings - $935





Norma Kamali hi low short skirt in black - $199

LULUS extraordinary one-shoulder crop top - $42

Fashion Nova Feelin Like Friday Heels - $28

Fashion Nova Icon Girl Handbag In Tan - $32



With fashion trends coming and going it can be expensive to keep up with all the new and latest trends from season too season. The need for trendy clothes at cheaper prices has become so popular that companies have been mass producing and manufacturing clothes in order to satisfy customers. Fast fashion has become so prevalent in the modern fashion world, offering customers cheap prices for trendy pieces.

One way to save money, stay on trend, and not support the fast fashion trend is to buy local, and buy vintage. In the fashion world everything old is new again, and with so many trends coming back in style from previous years, the perfect way to find sustainable on trend clothes is to shop second hand.

Vintage shopping is one of my favourite ways to stay on trend and even better is budget friendly. Some of my favourite second hand stores are Front and Company, Mine & Yours, Wildlife Thrift Store, My Sisters Closet, and MiMi Shop. Most second hand stores support local charities, so why not give back and give vintage clothes a second life.





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