This spring, we are canvassing spring 2018 fashion trends looking for styles to make authentically ours.
We will be power dressing for impactful elegance, as usual, but as layers become breathable, sunnier, we are channeling some of that lightness in beautiful pastels and tinges of flower.
Let’s get all set for spring!
1. Saturated hues in blocks
2. Florals in flirty and edgy cuts
Quite frankly, we’ll never tire of flirty florals in the springtime. It’s the official symbol of the season, after all, and we can’t wait to adorn this happy motif onto all items. Instead of merely going floral in swingy dresses and bright T-shirts, we love the idea of flower prints on our shoes and accessories too.
Floral trainers are the latest streetwear trend we can’t get enough of. How about a pair of flower sneakers worn with a little white dress? Or for an element of tomboy chic, it doesn’t get any cooler than ripped boyfriend jeans plus flower-embroidered Converse trainers.
Another quirky outfit idea? Instead of going full-on floral, we love the idea of mixing styles. How about incorporating the oh-so-cool athleisure trend with a flowery twist? Make your own style rules and combine a pair of striped tracksuit bottoms with a little white crop top and floral trainers.
3. Beautiful pastels
We are obsessed with lavender. Wear decisive pastels. Even color block them. Our next it-investment is a a lavender midi-length dress with a square neckline – think Alicia Florrick – just to bring a few of our favorite things together.
4. 90s Revival
It’s been confirmed: the 90s are back. You only have to look at Instagram style stars to know that chokers, scrunchies and combat boots are the hottest trend since, well… the 90s. Nothing defined the bygone area more than Doc Martens boots.
We are breathing new life into this edgy look by switching up the trend. Pair edgy Doc Martens with a flower-patterned dress for the sweetest 90s style.
Our favorite look though is head-to-toe denim, paired with a unique choker. Style this look like a true fashionista and wear a dungaree!