It’s finally that time of the year again-- ditch your chunky sweater and over the knee boots and unpack everything from your favorite denim shorts to that dress you wore everyday last year. Don't let your spring wardrobe stop there because this season is bringing in new trends that will leave you excited to shop til' you drop.
The Expert: Alex and Mike
“Bold colors and prints are a huge trend this season. We've seen so many designers use purple, orange, yellow, and green in their pieces. You're also going to see a nod to the eighties and nineties. That means you can bring out those vintage pieces from your dad's closet!”
The Expert: Belle by Laurelle
“This spring’s biggest overarching trend is classic pieces with fun or edgy twists. We’re seeing deconstructed trench coats with high side slits, sequin-decked pant suits, and just about everything you can think of in bold floral prints or on-trend colors like yellow and lavender!”
The Expert: Kristin Summers
"Fashion this spring is going to be driven by a few key elements: Logos, the re-emergence of punk and plastic....yes, plastic. Think rain ponchos but way cuter. The 90's are seriously back and the style is better than ever!"
The Expert: Penny Parlor
"This spring we'll be seeing a lot of embellished denim and 90's inspired looks-- high waisted bottoms/cropped tops. Brands are using their logos in new and fresh ways, so expect to see logo'd tees and tops everywhere! Mixed prints and bright colors will take us into summer, so don't be afraid to try something new and bold!"
The Expert: Jacklyn Gerace
“Trends I'm looking forward to this Spring-Anoraks, monochrome, and pastels. I like to keep my style simple but chic investing in good denim and paring it with an anorak and a trendy pair of heels is a quick and easy fix for a high fashion look. I'm also loving the monochrome trend particularly with pastels. Layering the same color on top of itself is an easy way to come up with an outfit when you're having trouble going through your closet to put a look together - I do this with black often but this Spring I'm aiming for pastels to mix it up.”