Around this time of year is when so many of us are excitedly looking forward to springtime, so it's a perfect time to start thinking about the upcoming spring trends. We are in LOVE with the spring trends for this year, and they're so incredibly easy to wear for most women. If you're looking to update your wardrobe this spring, consider adding in some on-trend pieces!
Neutrals are not a new concept, we've been seeing people rocking this trend for a while now (and we LOVE it!) This spring, neutrals will be in full force once again! Think beige, cream, khaki, and tan. For those wanting to be bold with their neutrals (yes, that's a thing,) try wearing head to toe neutrals. Trust us, it's a look. For those wanting to be a bit more subtle, try wearing just one neutral piece.
Spring means Easter and bunnies and flowers and sunshine and PASTELS. We've seen pastels on Easter candy and eggs, but get ready to rock those tones in your outfit! We're talking pale blue, yellow, rose, and sage. This look ends up being very pretty, feminine, and fresh. Perfect for spring!
We are ALL about this trend. Cardigans are so easy, cute, and practical, and we LOVE that they're also in style. You can find a cardigan to go with pretty much anything, so get creative! Cardigans come in so many different knits, colors, patterns, and styles that you're sure to find one that is uniquely you.
Denim is kind of a spring classic, so of course it's back again this year! While jeans are a year round denim, denim jackets and skirts are more specific to spring. Denim is incredibly versatile, so have fun mixing and matching your denim pieces. For a super cool look, pair denim with MORE denim.
Statement sleeves are big for this year, so stock up on some fun, unique pieces! A few styles that are especially popular for spring are bell sleeves, puff sleeves, ruffles, and cold shoulder/off the shoulder. The nice thing about statement sleeves is that you can simplify the rest of your look to let those sleeves take center stage!
What's your favorite spring trend?! Let us know in the comments below.