6 Fashion Trends for Spring You Don't Want to Miss
Admit it: Even if you've recently Marie Kondo'd your closet, there's something so satisfying about adding a few new pieces to your wardrobe when the season starts to change. The latest fashion trends for spring include bright colors, bold patterns, and eye-catching embellishments; even go-with-everything neutrals have gotten a facelift. These fashionable picks are made for everyday wear, and because they're so versatile, they can also accompany you on that next beach vacation or weekend getaway with the girls you've been looking forward to. Here are six quality items that'll last and make you look effortlessly chic in the coming months.
No roughing it here—but we will enjoy the comfort and versatility that accompanies this trend. Olive, cyprus green, and khaki-colored articles with roomy pockets are in. Though this safari look has a utilitarian bend to it, it can have a dressy side; try tucking it into a pair of slim, high-rise trousers and accessorizing with a skinny gold belt.
These feathery, two-tone embellishments aren't here to steal any thunder, though they certainly won't go unnoticed on a pair of sustainably-produced chambray shorts. (They're so soft and versatile, you'll find ample opportunities to wear them.) Need more tassels in your life? They look darling on loafers, purses, sandals, and earrings too!
Calling all capsule wardrobe enthusiasts: Head-to-toe neutrals are always in style. Invest in a few go-with-anything staples like a long coat that'll get oodles of mileage as the weather transitions from winter to spring, and even into summer. This coat's wrinkle-resistant fabric makes it a smart choice for work trips.
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Though this runway trend really bloomed last fall, it's branched out from moody, romantic territory. We'll be seeing brighter colors and even fun some scale shifts, like pairing small and large-print florals, this season. What we love about this classic floral blouse: its ruffled front and sheer sleeves give it a dressy twist.
Natural wood really is an adds-interest hero for home decor and wardrobes alike. An airy, structured handbag is a practical way to embrace the trend since it'll coordinate with virtually any warm-weather outfit. Plus, it's made of eco-friendly bamboo, meaning it'll be durable yet lightweight if you're carrying it around all day.