The arrival of the spring season signs the return to a more relaxed atmosphere and of the desire to enjoy the warmer and longer days in the city or in holidays with a carefree and fun spirit. Nothing is better than a casual and comfy look, maybe wearing a pair of shorts that for the spring summer 2019 are one of the most beloved garments proposed by the trendiest fashion designers.
Revival inspiration for the most feminine short trousers
Following the trend that brings us back to the past, the designers are inspired by the Fifties and Eighties for their collections of spring summer 2019.
For a return to an ideal femininity, elegance and sensuality their imagination looks to the most beautiful Divas of Hollywood, always chic also in their leisure time. That’s why the newest short trousers now arrives at half thigh and are flared, comfortable and decidedly refined, perfectly combinable with a nice blouse or a shirt. Also the prints recall the 50s, with small dots like in the shorts by Moschino or in the marine-style with all-over logo print like those with wide pockets by Stella McCartney, or those with a cord instead of the belt designed by Valentino, which realized also variants with more ethnic patterns.
From the 80s, one of the most important trend of the season, come back the cycling shorts, super-fitting and made both in lycra or stretch cotton, seen almost everywhere in the runways of the fashion weeks of Milan, New York and Paris. The real news is the way to wear them, because the designers propose unusual combinations that lighten the mood and the too vintage effect of these sporty short pants. At Salvatore Ferragamo and House of Holland, which proposes a leather version, this model is perfectly matched with the oversize shirt and the trench coat, while at Blumarine, Roberto Cavalli and Fendi it’s combined to tailored jackets or romantic blouses. Max Mara even wear its top models with the cycling shorts under elegant dresses and Prada under short dresses that otherwise should be truly too short and sexy.
Short and flared, just under the knee or in jeans. Choose the model that fits better to you
Among the several possibilities offered by the summer collections, there are many variants of short trousers that perfectly fit with every types of silhouettes.
Among the shorts, both Louis Vuitton and Versace proposes flared line gathered on the waist, flawless for who wants to underline her own femininity. For who love the most classic look and wants to stay comfortable during her free time, the ideal are the colonial-style models reaching the half thigh or something more, made in neutral shades and also in military green, proposed by Alberta Ferretti, Alexa Chung and Ermanno Scervino. Among the longer variants, just under the knee, there are the casual short trousers designed by Rick Owens and the Capri trousers by Max Mara.
Denim shorts are beloved by the women all around the world and this year are inspired by the Eighties for Stella McCartney and Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini, who both proposed 5-pockets models with cuffs. Decidedly more sexy are the hot-pants designed by Off-White and Dolce & Gabbana, which generously leave the legs uncovered underlying the sensuality of the female body, to wear with the ankle boots for a more breathtaking effect or with the Texan boots for a cowgirl-style.
Here the newest prints and the most fashionable colors of the spring summer 2019
Summer means color, desire for something beautiful that makes us feel good giving a pinch of joy to our days. So the nice season means to dive into a world of colors and fancy prints, like those seen on catwalks:
Floral print, both in romantic and delicate shades, than in more vivid and bright tones, was seen in the fashion shows of Dolce & Gabbana and Salvatore Ferragamo
Animal print, one of the stronger topics of this year, color with a touch of wild elegance the short trousers by Valentino, Burberry and Dolce & Gabbana
Total white, in many nuances that go from the optical white to ivory and butter, is presents in the fashion shows by Ermanno Scervino, Tod’s and Emilio Pucci, which combines the shorts with wide tunics printed in a 70s style
Roberto Cavalli, Fendi and Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini prefer instead warm shades, with beautiful and refined nuances of terracotta, cognac and orange
For the evening, to wear with high heel sandals, maybe a stiletto, there are the shining short trousers by Roberto Cavalli who opts for the silver, the models in tweed with lurex threads by Twinset and Alexander Wang, and those embroidered with sequins in lunar shades or opulent gold designed by Blugirl, Blumarine and Emporio Armani