Spring has officially sprung, and with no winter weather to be seen in South Florida, we’re ready to dive right in! So, what can you expect to see in the trends this spring? We curated our favorite looks we can’t wait to rock this season–plus, you’ll notice you can get these trends and styles with a two-in-one look, as well.
Prints & Palms
Palm Beach style inspiration is the first trend we will cover today, because it’s our favorite of all the trends and just so happens to be in our backyard. Tropical prints will start now and transition into the summer with larger designs and coordinating colors. Think palm trees, lemons, yellows, greens and hot pinks when pairing this look with accessories and colors.
Pretty in Pastels
Pastels in spring? Groundbreaking. Are you surprised? No matter what your color, chances are there’s a pastel with your name on it. Pink, duck egg blue, lilac, or lemon are just examples of fashion’s prettiest shades this season.
Wide Leg Pants & Culottes
Don’t call it a comeback because the wide-leg pant trend is nothing new—it’s the beloved culottes that are making a comeback. Culottes can be a hard look to pull off when it comes to height. Ladies that are tall might notice the pants to be a too short and ladies that are small and petite might notice the pants to be a little long around their ankles. That’s where the wide-leg pant trend comes in because most of us can pull off this look. Here are some examples that will appeal to all the ladies out there.
Say It Ain’t Sheer
Transparency anyone? Don’t let it scare you away. There are many ways to implement sheer into your spring wardrobe without showing too much. Here are just a few examples:
Ruffle Me Up
There’s something so sweet and feminine about ruffles in the spring. Not only does this look make a seasonal statement, it adds a playful vibe to the your outfit. Keep in mind, ruffles can be big or small. We have been seeing ruffles encompass an entire silhouette and take over certain parts of the body, like accentuating the shoulders.
Check(s) Me Out
Spring means “picnic season” and our checkered and striped looks will help you fully embrace this trend without looking like wallpaper or a throw blanket. Checkered pieces will appear early in spring and transition into the summer months fully.
Another groundbreaking spring to summer trend, right? Well, these florals have more of a bolder botanical feel than in years past—they’re printed, embroidered, and filled with color.
Tie It Up
You may have noticed the amount of “tied up looks” hitting the shelves and racks of your favorite stores. That’s because anything with a tie attached to it is one of the biggest spring-to-summer trends out there. Whether you’re tying a look together for dramatic purposes, or want a “cutesy” seasonal look, the “tie it up” trend will be one of you.
Bright & Bold
Stand out (in a good way) because spring is all about the “brighter the better” style. It’s no surprise spring comes with bright colors, but it’s the boldness of these colors that make the real difference. According to the spring 2018 Pantone color guide, these bold colors are: lime punch, spring crocus, arcadia, ultra violet, cherry tomato and meadowlark. Here are some of the styles we’re recommending to pull off this trend:
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