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Trends may be born on the runway, but they live on the streets. If you're looking to upgrade your wardrobe for the coming fashion season of Spring/Summer, here are some of the up-and-coming styles that you can adapt to your everyday personal style. 

The Pastel Palette

Comme des Garcons, CHANEL, Louis Vuitton

Pastels are still very big for Spring/ Summer 2018. Aside from the popular millennial pink and the celebrated purple pastel, other hues that have been seen on the runway are baby blues, lemon, and melon. To avoid looking like a popsicle stick, wear this trend by pairing it with neutral colours like white, beige and black.

Polka Dots

Valentino, Dolce & GabbanaComme des Garcons

Polka dots are back on the runway, and they're coming back in all sorts of sizes and colours. Keep it classy by balancing the elements in your ensemble. Since polka dot outfits are already eye-catching as it is, pair it with subtle accessories instead of bold ones. 

1950s Florals

Louis Vuitton, Loewe, Valentino

Florals have become a staple trend in the past seasons, and it looks like it's still here to stay for Spring/Summer 2018. Last season, it was all about blue and white winter florals. Now, the spotlight is on vintage florals, the kind that used to be a favourite print for wallpapers back in the 1950s. It's dainty, classic and totally wearable. 

Sling Bags

Valentino, CHANEL, Tod's

After you're finished gushing over the return of the fanny pack, there is another star trend that you might want to consider investing in: the sling bag. Its design is arguably more stylish and timeless, one that you can wear to a formal event but can also work in more casual settings.

Pattern Play

Valentino, Chloé, Loewe

We always expect Spring/Summer seasons to be bright and colourful, but the way it is uniquely presented is what makes us do a double-take. The play in patterns for this season is very interesting; subtle mini prints are being paired with bold strikes of colour, leopard prints become classy accents and patchworks look elegant when placed as geometric patterns. 

(Cover photo from: CHANEL)