How to Dress Romantic this Spring with Jessica Ricks

Looking fresh, romantic, and chic this spring season is one of the most classic and feminine looks you may go for. The mind of Hapa Time blog, Jessica Ricks is a California-based fashion blogger known for her individualistic, classy, and romantic looks. If you’re looking for inspiration to dress romantic this spring, let’s have a sneak peek of her style and be inspired to flaunt your feminine looks this season.

Opt for flirty, romantic, and lightweight fabrics in flattering feminine silhouettes.

white bandeau top with high waist skirt sexy crop top with high waist skirt and ankle strap sandals pastel yellow dress with blue clutch glittery skirt with black top

Looking whimsical and romantic doesn’t mean wearing tulle skirts on your spring looks all the time. Chiffon, silk, lace, cashmere, and lightweight knits can also be great as long as you go for ensembles with flattering feminine silhouettes. For a dreamy look, skip those boxy, structured, and masculine blazers, coats, and leather jackets. Instead, go for flouncy maxi dresses, flowy skirts, body con knitted dresses, fit-and flare dresses, circle skirts, crop tops, high-waist pencil skirts, full skirts, ruffled top, off-shoulder blouse and such. Like Jessica, always keep the balance in your outfit like wearing a midriff-baring crop top with a high-waist skirt in midi length.

Go for subtle and soft feminine shades.

coral dress with strappy sandals red blouse with white mini skirt pastel yellow dress with classic pumps crop top with high waist pencil skirt

Pastel, neutrals, and soft hues will make your spring looks romantic. Skip those color blocked outfits in clashing shades as it won’t add some romantic vibe to your looks. Instead, go for pastel shades that work for your skin tone for where pale women look great in pinks while warm-toned women look best in yellows and nudes. You may still go for a red blouse like Jessica did, but balance it with a white skirt rather than a black one that will just create a sharp color contrast which will make you look daring.

Select prints and patterns that give off feminine vibe.

floral print dress with blue belt floral print skirt with chambray shirt floral print pants with chambray shirt floral print maxi skirt with gray top nautical stripe outfit with hat

Floral, stripes, and polka dots generally have the feminine vibe depending on what color and fabric they’re made of. Since the spring season is full of flowers blooming everywhere, you may want to blend in the background by opting for floral print dresses, skirts, and tops like Jessica did. This way, you’ll look effortlessly romantic while keeping our spring outfits spring-appropriate.

Skip distressed, ragged, and slouchy pants.

all white outfit with sandals white jeans with crop top and coat navy tank top with skinny jeans and structured coat crochet shorts with looses top and blazer

Boyfriend jeans, cargo pants, baggy trousers, and leather pants are out of the equation. Like Jessica, you may go for a neat, sleek, and chic pair of jeans to team with your chic tops. A pair of white or blue skinny jeans without rips, tears, and studs look flattering enough to wear with your crop tops, fitted sweater, chic tank tops, and feminine blouses. Going for chiffon pants, crochet shorts, lace skirts, and even culottes look more romantic compared to denim items.

Dress up your outfit with feminine accessories.

romantic outfit with blue sling bag red coat with velvet boots and sexy outfit olive green turtleneck dress with chic clutch lace top with high waist skirt and lavender clutch

Chic jewelry, pastel-colored bags, hats, sunglasses, and classic pumps can dress up your feminine outfits to look more romantic for spring. Just save your ankle boots and edgy oxfords for your casual walks if you’re seeking a romantic look, though knee-high boots made from velvet look more feminine compared to leather ones. Indeed, dressing for a romantic look for spring is one of the stylish ways to show off your feminine style with flair.

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