FASHION TRENDS Spring/Summer 2018 + How to Wear ǀ Justine Leconte




Top fashion trends for spring / summer 2018: what are the silhouettes, the cuts, the colors that we will see this spring? Here are the 2018 trends from the runways of Paris, London, New York…

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FASHION TRENDS Spring/Summer 2018 + How to Wear ǀ Justine Leconte

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  1. I love the pink and red combination this year. from childhood I have been thoth that is something that you just dont do! so I hade to do it ofcourse as the born rebellion that I am. loved just doing that, but always whit the esctetics in mind first! Love the trends you piked out, you are a big inspiration to me! Thatk you for Your poitiv vibrations!! Love and light to you!

  2. Interesting and helpful video thank you. I love pencil skirts, and will wear the pastel trend combines with neutrals, maybe a pastel blouse with a pencil skirt. or a pastel scarf with a neutral dress. For me sheer is to be worn as a hint, maybe sheer sleeves or a sheer top layer over an opaque shift. As a larger busted woman in my 40's I would shy away from slip dresses but may try the more tailored shorts as they could still be age appropriate and looked OK for a fuller figure.

  3. I knew you were gorgeous from seeing your videos but hearing you say that you are 5 ft 11inches tall. Well you have absolutely won the DNA lottery. Oh yes and such intelligence! Beauty and Brains! Always look forward to all your videos….

  4. Great video…thank you for translating runway trends to street style! My favourite trend is the Slip dress. Do you feel it's age appropriate for 50+ worn layered over a tight-fitting tee?

  5. Hi, Justine, thanks for uploading such a well made video! I like the shift dress most, since it is so comfortable and easy to wesr for different ocassions A similar version is skirt and shirt if same colour and materialm which can be from sporty to very elegant.. I would not use shorts, even if I did when I was younger, since it is not versatile enough for city life. Xoxo!

  6. i love the slip dress and the dressed up shorts and for pastels i tend to not know what would look good on me hence i try and stay away from them and for pencil skirts i feel that it being below the knees would be difficult to walk and hence would be a bit uncomfortable

  7. I agree with you, Justine. The models are too thin. I'd like to see women of normal weight on the runway. Designers need to start making clothes that the majority of the population can wear. When the models are too thin, the clothes don't fit their body well. I've also noticed that the models are not as beautiful as the models use to be in the 40's and 50's. Models use to be very glamorous. Now they look like boys. So sad. There is a famine of real beauty.

  8. I like the pastel yellow suit by Hermes 🙂 The Miu Miu model looks like a poor refugee who put on whatever she managed to find in a garbage container 😛 Thank you for another great video. Could you, please, include next time real pictures (or your drawings) of how we could incorporate trendy pieces in our everyday wardrobe? That would be very useful and practical 🙂

  9. Hello. First of all, great job on the video, I usually find fashion quite obscure to me but I understood this very easily. Second of all, I lost a lot of weight recently and have settled at roughly a size 12 (UK) but I have a pigeon chest and small breasts, so I was wondering if you had any advice for how to wear strappier clothing when the weather improves. Thanks, Abi.

  10. I'm really happy about the pants last year i was looking for a nice pair to wear to an event and I couldn't find any in my local shops. This year I've gotten 3 pairs and i think I'll get a few more before the summer ends.

  11. Hi, Justine! Thank you so much for your videos, I know I sound like millions of others, but I really do find them both helpful and entertaining.
    Can you tell your opinion on wearing shorts in autumn with tights? (Or in some cooler summer days, maybe?) And how about different length in pants, how to find out which length is appropriate and flattering, an which will make one look like wearing their shorter friend's garment? I do struggle with it, so I never wear any shorter version of pants and feel a bit nervous abot shorts, too.
    Diāna

  12. Due to medium olive complexion with yellow undertones I always have problems with pastels.Not that I do not like them but I'm not sure which color to pick that wouldn't make my skin look greyish. I also think pencil skirts are problematic for pear shaped females, so I'm glad A-skirts are back, so in previous seasons they were really hard to find. I like sleep dress and transparency trends, even though transparency has to involve some moderation given that most women do spend majority of their daytime in a workplace or business environment. So those trends has to make clothes versatile and both elements discreet enough for a woman to cover up in the office and easily show off in the evening if she for example goes from the office to a date night or to some party etc.Shorts are great idea. Especially from high quality, breathable fabric. Also if some can be longer and office firendly too. I like Tibi idea in here. Makes me think about Saint Tropez. Plus in case of extreme heatwave could be adapted to office version too.

  13. Justine, I am so grateful for you! You do a concise, informative summary with so much practical advice- it's amazing. I'm greedy for more good advice: I'm 5'10 & have gained some weight due to health issues, so I'm an American size 14. I'm almost always too big for off the rack (tall & broad shouldered), but it's especially hard to find anything that drapes well- I love the look of the loose slip dresses & those belted shorts, but am wondering where to shop or if I should just sew my own?

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