Get Your Stock Ready For SS’17

With 2017 now in full swing it’s high time to look and some great new trends for the spring/summer season as we change seasons and look to brighter nights and warmer weather.

To make sure you are ready for spring and summer, it is time to get your stock ready too. So which trends should you be shopping? Which items are must haves and which are the clothes your customers are going to love?

Bold, Bright and Floral
2017 has fallen in love with brave, big and bold floral prints. For everything from dresses to jeans, this pattern is here to stay. The colourful patterns work well for night and day where or even for your holidays over the spring/summer period.

If you are a shop owner or stylist and want your customers looking amazing in bright colours no matter what the occasion then it is floral prints that you should choose.

Much More Than Shoulder Less
Off the shoulder dresses and tops have been in all throughout last year and it looks like they are here to stay. But it isn’t just baggy or frilly shirts that are losing their shoulders, it is dresses and jackets too.

It seems that flashing a bit of shoulder skin is what it’s all about. We are expecting to see a whole lot of shoulder tans this summer, but why not, they look great!

Try a light pink dress with embroidered detail and no shoulders to wow on any occasion. The colour is perfect to match the warmer weather of the season and the off the shoulder look is showing just enough skin.
It’s All About Embroidery!
Embroidery is also very much in this season. It is making a comeback and covering everything from denim to white crisp shirts as a way of brightening up a basic piece of clothing.

The detail is something that really does stand out and makes any outfit that little bit brighter with a pop of colour and a bold print. From the London catwalks to your stores, embroidery is back bigger and better than ever before.

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