The balance of comfort and femininity is the key to dress design, so it's a good idea to reinforce the fashion sense of the pieces with eye-catching ruffles, vintage inspiration and cut-out details. We can see dresses everywhere on the Spring/Summer 2022 runways, and as a must-have item for a woman's closet, today we'll take a look at the Spring/Summer 2022 women's fashion trends for key items - dresses.
NO.1 Pajama style dresses
Design point: This echoes our night dressing theme, inspired by the relaxed and easy-to-wear style of pajamas, while combining femininity and a retro aesthetic to meet the needs of consumers who want both comfort and a more sophisticated look. This style is based on the success of the previous rustic and underwear models and is guaranteed to be marketable. Moreover, it is suitable for different categories and categories, including the beach at home suitable for robes and home party wear, is a versatile style.
Design details: The pleated top is the most marketable choice for women of all sizes, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Add exaggerated puff sleeves, ruffles or scalloped edges, an A-line silhouette with a ruffled neckline (consider a detachable collar), partial cutout details, or a strong Edwardian and Victorian style for an edgy look. See our surviving themes on prints, natural dyes and fabrics for inspiration to create special styles that will last.
NO.2 Resort Style Dresses
Design point: In the post-epidemic era, when people are hoping for optimism and escapism, it is important to have a vibrant style that can uplift the mood and resonate with the carefree thoughts in consumers' minds. At the same time, these resort styles will stand out in front of the screen.
Design details: After a few seasons in the doldrums, all-over prints are back on the runway, so try different designs such as vintage resort, floating floral, scenic and tropical themes to reflect the feeling of vacation in summer and good weather. Volume sleeves are key, and bell and bishop's gown styles that convey a 1970s feel as well as puffy designs are a proven insurance policy. Consider A-line and fitted silhouettes with flared hemlines that can be enhanced with waist ties for versatility.