Retro Futuristic Dresses Styles For Spring-Summer
Keep it futuristic, retro futuristic. Today we want to share with you glam punk and disco kitsch dresses that can be worn next spring-summer season. The following collection consists of amazing designs, including holographic looks, shimmering styles, modern sport-style silhouettes, asymmetric skirts, sophisticated monochromatic prints, gloss silvery embellishments, as well as relaxed basics. Yes, every look is creative and extremely individual. Why is it retro inspired? Well, "Retro Futurism" trend looks fun, as most of modern designers are inspired by the ideas of movie directors and fashion companies who tried to predict the future in their movies and books. That's why we see large details, belts, ribbons, flared or fluffy hemlines, large geometric or flower prints in vivid and holographic colors. We would say it's a fashion revival of the 60's and 70's.
Here we see Maison Kitsune silvery V-neck cocktail piece worn atop tailored T-shirt. Try this pretty piece styled with white socks and cuffed black glossy look pumps.
The dresses come in 60s-80s retro designs including statement prints, like stripes, geometric, optical, and vivid colors. Despite all those fashion-forward details, the femininity and beauty takes the first place.
This pretty creation made by Marcus Lupfer features a wrap-style asymmetric skirt. We love the sweatshirt top that features black sleeves. The shimmering pale turquoise jacquard makes the outfit look very unique.
The holographic trend is another must-have what adds a touch of 1970's to the look. We love the funky detailing and wrap, asymmetric skirt.
Vanessa Bruno offers two pretty, casual looks. Both ensembles come in cream grey colors. The first wrap design has a bomber like look which is cinched at the waist with a belt, while the second piece comes in a safari inspired casual silhouette.
Zoë Jordan brings a track-suit inspired version with an elastic waistband. We love silvery look of this white dress.
Here we see a sleeveless cocktail number with a wrap, asymmetric cut skirt.
2OR+BYYAT offers a relaxed grey, sleeveless look what is ideal for work and after hours meetings.
A Lab Milano offers two geometric monochromatic looks that are ideal for cocktail hours and disco clubs:
Of course there are fun and casual styles what can be used for thematic parties. Here we see DAVIDELFIN creation which consists of a cocoon shaped T-shirt in plaid print and dark red triangle and pleated straight pale blue skirt. Pay attention to these peep toe lace-up booties.
Ethologie offers amazing dresses in monochromatic color-palette. Each piece will ideally fit your Friday working hours, cocktail parties and special events:
ETXEBERRÍA offers an eye-catching ensemble in suede and leather details. This garment will ideally fir business ladies who love wearing contemporary and sophisticated looks.
Gay Graham offers a relaxed, grunge inspired ensemble. This design can be completed by a wrap long cardigan and chunky flat black leather booties.