It’s officially spring and I have been paying close attention to the spring trends this year. There are a few trends that I really love this year because they are easy to add to an already existing spring wardrobe. These trends will be staples for years to come too!
Set let’s get started…
1.) Pastels –
I can’t get enough of this trend! Soft pink, dusty blue, and pale yellow are just a few of my favorites. I think the perfect way to work in a pastel is with a statement piece like a blazer or handbag. Below are some pieces I have found that I have been completely obsessing over. It’s refreshing to add a touch of color to your wardrobe once winter is over.
Shop the pastel trend under $200 here:
2.) Gingham –
Gingham is a trend that will never go out of style. It was popular in the 1950’s just as it has been popular today. I would describe gingham as classic, chic and very French. Did you know Brigitte Bardot got married in a gingham dress? How cool is that! And in French the print is known as “Vitchy print.” Shop the gingham trend under $200 here:
3.) Chambray –
Chambray is another classic trend for the win. Instead of opting for a chambray shirt, try going for a dress, jumpsuit, pants, heels or even a handbag! Coach has a new line of handbags that feature chambray and denim materials.
Shop the chambray trend here:
4.) Neutrals –
Neutral is another trend that will always be in. It’s a perfect way to transition your wardrobe from winter to spring. This year the biggest neutral trend is wearing it head-to-toe all while mixing textures and tones. Think cream, ivory and beige. If you don’t want to wear the trend from head-to-toe, introduce the color to your outfit with a trench coat, handbag or shoes. Shop trench coats, blouses and pants to build your layered look (Under $100) here:
5.) Utility –
The utility trend has been in fashion since the 1970’s. Jumpsuits, combat jackets, and belted trousers were very popular on the Spring/Summer 2019 runway. I think the best way to add a little utilitarian style into your wardrobe is with a button-down shirt dress or by adding a combat jacket. Both items you can wear for years to come.
However, if you are looking to make a bolder statement, I’d recommend a jumpsuit. I think these look pretty cool and comfortable. You can dress it up with a pair of heels or dress it down with boots.
Shop utility dresses and jumpsuits (Under $200) here: