Flares are back this spring, and we couldn’t be more excited! This style of jean makes your legs look long and lean, especially if you wear them with a pair of heels or wedges. Pair your flares with a loose tee tucked in the front, a long necklace, and a wide-brim hat for a modern look that still subtly throws it back to the '70s.
Jumpsuits and Rompers
Jumpsuits are all the rage this season because they’re chic, easy to style, and appropriate for all occasions. If you want to wear a jumpsuit to the office, choose one in a neutral color with a modest neckline and a loose silhouette, and add a pair of pumps and some simple earrings. For going out on the town, pick any color jumpsuit that has chic cutouts or an open back, then add a statement necklace and a pair of pumps. But if it's just too hot outside for the full-coverage look, cutesy rompers are making a major comeback!
Out with those little micro-sunglasses and in with the retro styles! Round and rectangle frames along with the classic cateye are much safer for your eyes and looks just as stylish. We love classic sunglasses with a metal frame, but nothing is stopping you from adding a little extra oomph with thick plastic frames to pair with your '70s-inspired fits.
Bold Maxi Dresses
A maxi dress is a springtime staple because it will keep you nice and cool while still looking hot even during the summer. Opt for a bold maxi in a fun print to add some life to your wardrobe and pair it with some strappy sandals, a chain bracelet, and a wide-brim hat for a look that’s completely on-trend.
Every woman needs a go-to yellow bag that brightens everything in her collection. Thick straps are very popular this spring because it looks chic yet still easy to carry around, and this style goes with every type of bright outfit that's trendy for the season. Choose some warm tones to pair it with and get ready to feel invigorated!
Paper-thin Crossbody Bags
For a more sophisticated accessory, opt into the flat crossbody trend. These paper-thin bags might not allow you to tote around everything you could possibly need, but they're perfect for the minimalistic look. Pair with a blazer, block heels, and bold sunglasses for a professional look you can easily wear all day long.
Sweatsuits are wonderful because they're the ultimate stay-at-home outfit. If your top and bottoms match, you're instantly feel 50% more put together. For a streetwewar look, pair your sweats with trendy sneakers and a pair of statement earrings. But we all know we'll be dressing down for a while, so just stick to slippers.
Vibrant Blue Statement Pieces
Along with sorbet pastels, blue statement pieces are hugely popular. It’s all about saturation. The runways are showing off large royal blue handbags, dresses, hats, and everything in between. You can don a bright blue necklace and match the rest of your outfit accordingly for the monochromatic look!
Strategic cutouts are the epitome of trendy, so you need at least one backless dress in your closet. You can wear them to the office with a blazer on top to easily transition to a night look. Wear your hair up in a sleek bun that can be adjusted into a messy updo for the evening. To really make a statement, accessorize with your favorite earrings and colorful handbag!
It may sound boring, but you’d be surprised at how business casual is becoming the office norm. After nearly a year of remote work, dressing up in a professional suit is either the best thing ever or something you never want to do again, but everyone's realizing the perks of comfy pants. Luckily, business casual merges lowkey and professional wear, and we bet your workplace is already writing it into the dress code.
Strappy heels are making quite a splash this season because they look effortlessly sophisticated despite taking maximum effort to put them on. Wear your strappy heels with a midi skirt and a cardigan if you’re going on a brunch date, or wear them with a pair of cropped jeans, a v-neck, and a ponytail for a casual day in town.
Florals continue to reign supreme in the fashion world, as they do every spring, and what better way to wear them than in the form of a fun dress? The floral print makes enough of a statement, so you can go easy on the accessories and wear a pair of square-toed shoes and pearl studs for a look that’s put-together and simple.
Clean White Knee-High Boots
Spring is the start of the new year and it’s supposed to be refreshing. Nothing says clean like a pair of brand-new white booties. The popular style reaches the knee, but you can wear them in whatever height you prefer. The best part is that the color allows you to pair it with a dress or skirt to look instantly fashionable.
A chic silk scarf is a perfect accessory for this year. It can be worn tied around the neck, in your hair, and tied on your purse for a little flair. Whether you’re going for elegant and classic or simply casual, it can go with nearly any look.
Nothing says "new year" more than pastels, which makes this season the right time to wear sorbet blues, greens, and purples. This year, it doesn’t matter if you go with one piece or a full outfit of color. It’s all about color to brighten up the sunnier months!
Slip dresses are coming back. They were huge in the ‘90s, but refuse to stay there. Whether it’s celebs or on the runway, the silky dresses can be seen everywhere. If you want a more modest approach, you can choose a different fabric for a sun-dress feel.
Mesh and Stretch
Plastic was big last year, and it was a trend that fell by the wayside pretty quickly. Mesh, however, is here to stay. It’s easy to make sheer look fun, and it’s pretty comfortable to wear – something that couldn’t be said for the plastic trend.
Blazers are incredibly convenient for office wear and evenings out alike, but the old styles are in need of a refresh. You can update your old one by going up a size or two to resemble runway styles. They can look pretty extreme, so only wear what you're comfortable with. But the bigger, the better, right?
Lacy blouses can be worn for special occasions, but we say you can wear them whenever you want. Dress them down with a pair of jeans or up with a pair of slacks. We especially love the trend of off-white or cream-colored lace.
If strappy heels aren’t your idea of a casual look, Uggs, Coach, and other top brands are releasing their versions of house slippers that have become the everyday shoe. Since the sun is beginning to peek out, soak up as much sun as you can while the weather is cool while staying warm. Platform fuzzy shoes are extremely popular, which is great since they’re so comfortable.
Boyfriend Jean Jackets
Is denim in or out this year? It seems like this fabric is either loved or hated. Apparently, this year, boyfriend jackets are in like Flynn. The best part is that they’re comfy, warm, and can be worn with a dress or pants. We suggest that you don’t wear them with jeans unless the Candian tux is your thing...
Belts are perfect if you don’t want to stop at a tailor or want to add a little flair to an outfit. They can help accentuate your waist when wearing a shapeless dress. Stylish belts can also be worn with jeans even if they don’t fit in the loops.
Tapestry coast are one of the leading styles of the year as winter wanes into spring. Naturally, they’re stylish, but they’re also perfect if you need a patterned piece to balance out a neutral-heavy outfit. Pair on top of a waist-shaping outfit to balance your silhouette.
Since cold weather is past, heavy coats should be moved to the back of the closet. Instead, grab chunky sweaters. These are cool enough for the spring without making you feel miserable underneath – although, we still suggest dressing in layers just in case.
Fresh and Fun Fringe
Fringe has been on the outs with fashion for quite a while, but it isn’t any longer. Fringe bags are growing in popularity. Many of the newer bags have small tassesls rather than putting it all over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock your totally decked-out fringe bag or even your jacket!
A-line Print Miniskirts
Have you seen an a-line miniskirt this year? If not, they’re on their way. Pencil skirts are especially popular, but they’re not the only style. Designers are populating the runway with miniskirts of a variety of fun prints that are easy to pair with any neutral style or color scheme.
Pink has had a place in spring (and all summer long) for as long as we can rememeber, but's usually dominated by a soft pastel shade. Not anymore! Bright bubblegum is the sophisticated spring shade that nobody expected. You can dress it up and down, depending on the occasion, and it'll definitely help you stand out from the crowd!
‘70s Psychedelic Textures
The '70s is having a huge moment, which means that designers are embracing classic psychedelic textures from years past. Whether you're wearing cartoony flowers or earthy tones, put on your shades and groove! These loud-and-proud pattern go great with platform sandles and flared pants to kick back in the afternoon sun!
Black and White Gingham
That's right, gingham is back. Maybe it’s because of the strong patterns that are returning this year, or perhaps it’s because it’s just a refined style that we all love—either way, we’re happy to see it back. Checks work great as a statement piece. You can wear it as a jacket or even as a full dress, just make sure to pair it with solid patterns if you're not one for eclecticism.
Crochet and Knit Cardigans
Crochet is a high-impact style that’s as comfy as it is cute. You can great a bohemian-inspired outfit by throwing on a crocheted cardigan or shawl. Cardigans offer more versatility than sweaters thanks to the buttons—button up or leave it open! This style looks even better when you pair it with a complementary color under it for a little extra je ne sais quoi.
Recently, it’s been all about oversized pieces, and shoulderpads are the natural companion. These infamous '80s staples give certain pieces the extra "oomph" that's desired for photoshoots and streetwear.
Black Face Masks
We all knew this was coming. Face masks are a natural part of daily life nowadays (at least, it's getting there), and matching your mask to your outfit is a pain when there's so many patterns to choose from. Invest in silky blacks instead of bright patterns to get the most bang for your buck!
Ranging from edgy to dainty and chic, long necklaces are showing up everywhere on the runway and department stores. There’s also a variety of types coming out, like chains or crystals. Long necklaces look great during the winter over turtlenecks and transition well into spring with low-neck tops.
Color-blocking is flexible for every season because it works with any color palette. It’s mixes of sorbet pastels or royal blue and yellow, the world is at your fingertips with this style. Regardless of what you call it, deliberate color-blocking looks great on pretty much anyone. It’s sure to jazz up this season!
Bamboo bags are huge right now. They’re fantastic little accessories that’ll add some flair and attention to your outfit. Not to mention, that many designers are encouraging fashion made from sustainable fabrics and materials.
Wrap dresses are perfect for late spring and early summer. They’re cozy and accentuate a woman’s shape in a way that few outfits can. If it’s still a little chilly where you live, you can even wear a wrap dresses as a light jacket!
Tortoise designs have been popular for a minute, but it’s coming back this spring with a vengeance. Tortoise jewelry always looks paired with neutrals, but don't be afraid to throw on bright colors with it! You can even include patterns with this type of jewelry.
Tiny stilettos that make you feel like you're walking on a tightrope isn't the trend for this season! Trade those death contraptions for sturdy block heels that have all the leg-lengthening benefits without the fear of toppling over. Trust us, your ankles will thank you.
Sustainable fashion is becoming bigger than ever, especially among the younger generations. This is a growing philosophy that fashion should have as little impact on the environment as possible. Just because it’s eco-friendly doesn’t mean it can’t be comfortable. Some sustainable fashion is super cozy and comfy!
Neutral Animal Print
Head-to-toe animal print may be out, but neutral animal prints are in. These are prints that are lighter than your classic orange leopard print, so they give you a bit more freedom to add other shades into your outfit. Neutral animal print looks especially as a shirt paired with black pants and strappy sandals.
Puffy sleeves are hit or miss. We’re not talking about giant ‘80s shoulders. Instead, these bold sleeves provide a bit of an accent and give your body more of a shape than regular straight ones. Puff sleeves work really well with dresses that feature a square neckline.
Sports Graphic Tees
This spring is about comfort and March Madness, so while fitness gurus promote athleisure to you on Facebook, kick back and relax in trendy sports t-shirts. These fun tees create an outfit that’s lowkey and flexible for any type of weather.
Do you know what we love most about fashion? When it’s functional. Wide-leg pants are just that—who doesn’t need more pockets?! Whether you prefer slim or cargo, wear some statement pants and carry all the things.
When the sun starts getting a little too warm, grab an trendy hat. They’re the perfect accessory that’ll protect your skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays. From bucket-shaped to straight-brim, keep your skin happy and grab yourself an hat for the season.
The tie-dye style has come and gone for decades, and this year it’s popping up with short notice. You can thank Instagram for this trending coming back. Pair your tie-dye top with flare jeans or sport a whole sweatsuit!