SS15 Fashion Trends: Welcome to the 70’s Show

At UK Tights we adore Fashion catwalks. Actually, we’re attending the International Salon International de la Lingerie in Paris to catch up with the last trends in hosiery. The most important legwear brands are in Salon de la Lingerie catwalks. Every year a representation of UK Tights attends the event and 2015 isn’t an exception. But before we tell you about all trends you’ll see in AW15, it’s time to know more about the most relevant trends in Fashion for Spring and Summer 2015 (SS15). 

What’s the inspiration of SS15 Fashion trends?


There’s a letmotiv in SS15 Fashion trends. Fashion moves from the 60’s to the 70’s. Welcome back to the 70’s Show!


Denim is a Must-Wear Trend

Phax Denim Sun Dress

The denim dress is back to the catwalk… and to the street. Gucci and Burberry go crazy for the denim dress and the denim skirt. Even Burberry goes for a denim coat with leather pockets. Practical? Not much, but surely super cool. In hosiery: Get ready for Pleats are also hot in 2015 and indigo is everywhere!

In hosiery: Get ready for denim leggings! After all, leggings and jeggings are not so different from regular trousers. Pleats are also hot in 2015 and indigo is everywhere… even in your coloured opaque tights!

Mix it up with Coloured Suede and Leather

Max Mara Canto Leggings

Suede and leather are back to fashion. And they’re back to stay! Loewe, Chloé, Louis Vuitton, Moschino, Chanel and Versace featured leather and suede clothes. Leather laser-cut dresses are back to Fashion, too, ideal to match with nude tights!

Wear Off-shoulder tops and Supersized Straps

Rachel Comey, Top Shop Unique, Mother Of Pearl and Eudon Choi. You can still wear your bardot dress!

Back to the 70’s Prints and Colours 

Some of the prints coming soon…

Oscar de la Renta, GILES, Oscar de la Renta, Lacoste, Giamba, Viktor & Rolf, Etro and Saint Laurent. Dress in any of these 70’s crazy prints: Bold stripes, Gingham, geo prints, floral prints… and mix it up with your favourite legwear!

What’s your favourite trend for SS15? 

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