Many designers have started using all the colors of the rainbow, by using the rainbow! Whether their entire ensemble is fashioned from this colorful trend, or simply embellished with rows of rainbow, this style is making the rounds on the runway. Let’s take a look at what collections rock the rainbow.
This bright trend can be toned down by simply layering the garment with neutral colors, like Diane von Furstenberg did with her rainbow skirt. Mira Mikai’s Girl Scout style is given a playful attitude with their rainbow skirt, while their puffy jacket is bright enough to keep you warm this winter. Ports 1961’s rainbow dress looks comfy and casual layered over a rib knit sweater.
Seize separates with these fabrics:
Some designers have no qualms about being loud, going big, bold, and bright with their rainbow designs. Rosie Assoulin and BY. Bonnie Young create the perfect evening gowns for charity balls and opening night on Broadway, while Au Jour Le Jour’s sequined dress can be casual or formal. Molly Goddard’s sweater dress is made even more comfy and cute with see through leggings, perfect for wandering book stores and thrift shops on an overcast day.
Be bright with these fabrics:
Appliques and Embellishments
Some designers use a light touch with their colors. It’s clear that Aalto is designing fashion forward pieces by placing a pro-LGBT applique on their casual black shirt, while Tome is simply having fun with some rainbow fringe trim. Alice + Olivia’s rainbow trimmed jeans and crop top are disco ready, and Re/Done adds some flare to a regular sweatshirt with a rainbow applique.
Do you want to rain on this parade, or do you love the rainbow trend? Let me know in the comments!