Spring is finally here and so are the latest fashion trends of the season. So get up and go all out this summer with the prettiest florals to the classiest stripes. We’ve got you covered with our list of wearable spring trends that you can be your go-to items in the ever-changing fashion climate. Check out the latest trends here:
FLORALS: The concept of floral for spring has never felt fresher. Big and beautiful or minute and abstract, flower power this season is here to stay. What is even more groundbreaking, is that every spring brings with it a fresh crop of floral prints! Imagine that!
SUSPENDERS: Suspenders are one fashion trend that keeps falling in and out of fashion, but this is one trend that you can always wear because it’s never fully out of fashion. How cool is that? Attach suspenders to high-waisted or nautical shorts or just a pair of rugged jeans. Slip on a comfortable t-shirt or tank top beneath the suspenders.
IN LINE: Stripes are a tried and true spring staple. Whether horizontal or vertical, thin or thick, stripes make a fashion statement day or night. This season, designers have decided to move away from the classic Breton stripe and turn them on their heads, err, sides. Try out any of these chic looks which are dominating the runaway not just this season but something that has never really gone out of fashion. (Go to any Zara store you’ll know what I’m talking about.)
BERMUDA VACATION: Bermudas are something everyone owns, and now you have a reason to flaunt them. Designers have adapted the ubiquitous Bermuda style for women this spring. The hem’s length makes these long shorts incredibly versatile, as they basically are the new summer trousers, stretching from office to dinner parties, to weekend getaways. It’s all just a matter of finding the right length. Anything that works for trousers, works for Bermuda shorts as well. We tell you how to carry off this fashion statement off this season.
GINGHAM ALL THE WAY: Check into gingham this spring. This gridlock pattern has a history that includes American barn dance and French bombshell Brigitte Bardot, who famously wore the tablecloth fabric on her wedding day. An array of colors, as well as basic black, makes the checked-pattern look fresh and new, go all out with a gingham dress, skirt or top this spring summer.