9 Wearable Spring Trends to Try Now
With each new season comes new trends! I’m always open to checking (most of) them out. There are always some wild looks that come off the runway, but today I’m sharing my top 9 wearable spring trends to try. They’re all attainable, easy to find and even easier to style! Have any favorites?!
9. Check Print
I keep seeing check print popping up on my Pinterest page and I love it! I love how such a basic pattern can be so cool, especially when mixed like the look above. I’m especially loving this abstract version of check print from ASOS. It must be the artist in me.
8. Lasercut Pieces
I think I’ll always love laser cut pieces! I wore an amazing laser cut skirt from Loft in last week’s post and have been eyeing it ever since. I love that it applies to accessories as well!
I actually don’t own a pair just yet, but I’m hopping to add a pair to my collection now that the warm weather is here to stay. I’m torn between this pair from Anthropologie and this pair from Nordstrom.
6. Shirt Dresses
Shirtdresses are so effortlessly chic and perfect for spring and summer! I’ll be pairing mine with sneakers for a casual outing and a pair of sandals like this for a night out!
5. Head-to-Toe White
White on white is a classic summer combination that I adore. I love the idea of mixing different textures and patterned white pieces to create a really unique look. A top like this and a skirt like this would be perfect together!
4. Boho-Inspired Pieces
Whenever I’m feeling a like my closet needs a dose of boho, I head to Free People or Urban Outfitters. My style isn’t overly bohemian, but during the summer, I like to mix it in a bit more!
3. Jumpsuits & Rompers
Jumpsuits and rompers are so fun for summer. They’re easy and look playful and feminine! I just picked up this one from Loft and I really want to add this one to my wardrobe. Thoughts?
I’ve always loved fringe! One of my most favorite bags I own is fringed (custom made by a man in Aspen). This fringed backpack and swimsuit coverup are on the top of my list.
Last, but not least. Minimalist. Simple, chic pieces that will last you a very long time are probably always going to be in style. This simple tank and a basic navy sweater never fail.