Spring time is upon us and it starts on March 20th and ends on June 20th. As you know, not all the fashion that comes down the runways are really wearable. Don’t worry, I will decipher the fashion trends you can actually wear in the real world. Here are the most popular…
Bold Stripes in any color. With denim, they’re all-American; with navy, they’re nautical-chic; and worn head-to-toe, they’re just cool. Also, you’ll definitely be able to wear them for seasons—even years—to come.
Bermuda Shorts- The slouchy, cool-girl shorts are perfect for every girl who never felt like she could pull off those booty shorts. They are super chic, family friendly, and flattering.
Black and White
The designers put emphasis on strong black and white for this season. Appropriate to wear year-round, easy to pull off at every budget, and sleek enough to work at the office or on date night, this trend is the definition of wearable.
Light Leather- Time-honored and fashionista-approved, a luxe leather piece is more than worth adding to your spring shopping list.
Statement Glasses- Want to add a runway feel to your everyday basics? Pick up a pair of spring’s OMG-worthy sunglasses.
Shorts Suits- If you buy one thing this spring, make it a shorts suit. This look was on dozens of runways in New York. They’re purposeful, versatile, and office-appropriate, and you’ll be able to find all-star versions of this must-have at every price point.
Sporty dresses—with their flirty A-line skirts and shoulder-showcasing bodices—are going to distract quite a few dudes next season. We love them because they work just as easily with wedges and high-heel sandals as they do with comfy canvas sneakers.
Pointy-heel flats- Sexy ’90s pointy heels are back and have been modernized with everything from dainty ankle straps to cylindrical heels. There will always be a moment for four-inch pumps like date night, but these lady-like heels are such a nice option to have on hand. You can also wear them with slouchy boyfriend jeans or Bermuda shorts to brunch with the girls.