Spring 2011 Style Trends

The New Year brings with it a whole new set of fashion trends – here’s a rundown to keep you looking stylish in 2011!

Feeling Fruity!

Prada and Stella McCartney both sent designs down the runway featuring bold fruit prints, bringing a fresh and funky feel to the new year. The gorgeous glass kits from Trollbeads are the perfect way to echo the bright colours in this trend on bracelets or necklaces. If an all over print isn’t for you, try these gorgeous fruity charms from Thomas Sabo to add a trendy touch without going totally bananas…!

Fruity Charms by Thomas Sabo, from £47.95

Fruity Charms by Thomas Sabo, from £47.95

Trollbeads Glass Kits

Trollbeads Glass Kits from £125

Fruity prints from Prada and Stella McCartney

Fruity prints from Prada and Stella McCartney

Fuller Skirts

Marc Jacobs is just one of many designers featuring a much fuller skirt with a longer length on the catwalk this season. Team the elegance and sophistication of this look with flirty romantic pieces from Linda Macdonald, or with the understated glamour of John Rocha’s organic jewellery.

Organic shapes by John Rocha, from £56

Organic shapes by John Rocha, from £56

Romantic deisgns by Linda Macdonald, from £35.00

Romantic deisgns by Linda Macdonald, from £35.00

Fuller skirts from Suno and Vena Cava

Fuller skirts from Suno and Vena Cava

Get your feathers ruffled

Harper’s Bazaar spotted a trend for ruffles on the Parisian runways, with designs featuring oversized ruffles and intricate detailing making an appearance. Play up this textured trend with Chan Luu’s gorgeous wrap bracelets, which can be worn individually or stacked together to create a contrasting look. Or, you could team the delicate nature of ruffles with the classic and elegant stylings of Dower & Hall, featuring simple hearts and highly skilled craftsmanship.

Classic style by Dower & Hall, from £45

Classic style by Dower & Hall, from £45

Chan Luu Wrap Bracelets, from £116

Chan Luu Wrap Bracelets, from £116

All ruffled up on the Parisian runways

All ruffled up on the Parisian runways

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