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    Runway vs. Google Way: A Look at Spring 2015’s Top Trends

    • Author:Rita
    • Source:www.seaartrhinestone.com
    • Release on :2015-04-30
    Runway vs. Google Way: A Look at Spring 2015’s Top Trends

    For the first time in its history, Google released a fashion trend report based on its most-searched-for terms. Let’s just say the findings are a little different than what we analyzed from the Spring 2015 runways.

    High-Waisted Jeans
     While boyfriend jeans were the most-searched-for denim trend, high-waisted jeans came in third. Good news for Rodarte, bad news for that milkshake you had last night. 




    White Lace Dresses
     Google's top seasonal term is "white lace dress," which we like to think is getting a boost from Chloé's popular and airy offerings.




     Jogger Pants
     Long live athleisure! Khaki jogger pants were the most-searched color, thank you Bottega Veneta, though "emoji jogger pants" were the most-searched term, God help us all.





     Emoji Shirts 
    Sure, people are most likely looking for something more akin to Gigi Hadid's cute tees, but a discerning emoji lover will no doubt reach for Louis Vuitton's cosmetic print separates.




    Midi Skirts 
    Tulle and leather might have been the most-searched-for fabrications, but slinky models like this sheer Dries Van Noten number certainly helped convince people that a mid-length skirt can still be hot. 




    Vintage Clothing
     The downturn in searches for vintage is suspicious, but then again, why Google it when you can get a newer, better-made version at Saint Laurent? Or on Instagram? 




    Corset Dresses 
    Clearly the trickle-down effect of Riccardo Tisci's latest at Givenchy has yet to begin.



     '90s Jeans
     Whether they're $1,450 from Vetements or $14 vintage Levi's from the thrift store, high-rise, loose '90s denim has taken over high fashion, so why not the masses? We'd presume it's because most people have yet to figure out how to make their mom jeans look as good as we did.