The 6 Most Wearable Trends for Spring

Most of the trends that can be seen on the runway are just too fashionable to pull off in real life. However, if you’ve got that trendy fashion personality and want to stay on top of things, keep on reading for out 6 trendy picks to make you look fashion-forward this spring season.

  1. Fringes

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Carefree, bohemian, and wild, fringe details can make you look spring-inspired whether you’re seeking for a 70’s vibe or a modern look. For a modern vibe, copy Micah Gianneli’s style of wearing a modernly styled matching set with fringe details paired with chunky heels. On the contrary, if you’re a fan of 70’s look, resort to flares, suede fabrics, cowboy accessories and even fringed handbags that will complete your fashion statement.

  1. Vivid Orange

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Orange is the new black, and believe it or not, this color is totally wearable when worn correctly. You may start with a pair of orange sandals or shoes that can be a perfect match with a white dress to make the juicy color pop. Or, think of a feminine flirty dress with a pair of gladiator sandals like Blair Eadie’s wearing a goddess-inspired look. If you’re bold enough to make a statement, then go for a head-to-toe orange outfit like fashion blogger Veronica Popoiacu did, making her spring looks alive and fun.

  1. Pleats

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Pleats are one of the best styles that can highlight your assets or downplay your challenge areas. If you’re seeking to create more volume on your hips, opt for pleated pants in a stiff fabric that will do the trick for you. Also, hourglass shaped women can benefit from pleated skirts as long as it highlights the thinnest part of their waist, making their body type look more proportioned and balanced.

  1. Lightweight Denim

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You probably already wear lightweight denim, whether you knew it was a trend or not. Since it’s so easy and versatile, trade your casual jeans with a pair of chambray shorts that feel breezier, lighter, and trendier for your street style. Like fashion blogger Annabelle Fleur, you may even think of a lightweight denim jumpsuit that’s breezy and breathable enough to survive the warming temperature.

  1. Floral Motif

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The trademark of the spring season, flowers are the nature’s ornaments that can make the season more blissful, breezy, and light. To complement the atmosphere around you, go for floral motifs whether in the form of jewelry, prints, or embellishments. Like Kristina Bazan, opt for a gold floral necklace to stick with your classy and sophisticated style, especially if you’re not a fan of prints. Or, go colorful in floral print outfits that can take you from day to night.

  1. Cut-Out Styles

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Since the spring season begins to warm up, go for comfortable, breezy, and airy styles of outfits. Cut-out shoulders, cut-out boots, cut-out dresses and such are great to look trendy while keeping your street style spring appropriate. Remember, always go for a trend that defines your personality and makes you feel comfortable and chic in the warming season.

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