As predicted by the likes of Vania Romoff and Jerome Salaya Ang at the start of the year, 2015 did indeed turn out to be “the year to dress down.”
From sneakers becoming acceptable party footwear to tracksuits and jogger pants being more than just your go-to sick day attire, this year gave us so many reasons to celebrate the lazy dresser in all of us.
On the other hand, those who preferred to keep it dressy also had a lot to be happy about with many of this year’s trends revolving around more feminine aesthetics, as demonstrated by coordinated tops and bottoms, delicate camisoles and the sleek, tailored silhouettes of culottes.
We also found that shoulder-baring tops, whether asymmetrical, garter-sleeved or just plain strapless, made quite an appearance throughout the year (here’s hoping this flattering trend will continue to reveal itself in 2016).
Finally, a color palette of rainbows, soft pastels and neutrals topped off both dressed down and dressed up looks very well, pushing 2015 Pantone color of the year Marsala to the sidelines.
Read the full 2015 year-end fashion recap on GMA News Online