Spring is just around the corner! Soon, flowers will be budding and it will be time to trade in hats, coats, and scarves for lighter jackets. But do not be caught with a wardrobe that is stuck in cold weather. It is time to update to a new look for the new season. Here, we will tell you about a few trends for this spring that we have been keeping our eyes on. Incorporate at least one of these into your wardrobe today.
Leather has been a huge trend for a long time, now. And it is making another appearance this season. This time, in the form of brightly colored suede. Big names like Gucci, House of Holland, and Trussardi have all premiered this trend on the catwalk. We are seeing colored suede come up in some very interesting places. Bottoms that are made of brightly colored suede have been spotted. As have jackets, as you would expect. For a great look, pair colored suede with similarly colored knits, denim, or even with trouser pants. Leather paired with suede is also a fabulously trendy look.
Loud Prints and Colors
We are in love with loud prints and colors. Here are just a few that we recently noticed in the collections of top designers:
- Metallic colors;
- Pop culture inspired prints;
- Loud floral prints;
- Neon colored rainbow prints;
- Fruit themed prints;
- Large, black polka dots on very loudly colored backgrounds;
- Geometric prints or digital prints colored with neon colors;
- Gingham in all sorts of colors, including black and white, blue and white, pink and white, and more;
- Ethnic inspired prints;
- Citrus colors paired with other citrus colors (like oranges paired with each other);
- Other novelty prints, like lips, flaming skulls, and more.
Brush it Off (Your Shoulder)
Lastly, one of the biggest trends that you must have in your wardrobe for spring is that of the off-shoulder top or dress. Off shoulder looks are available in a ton of colors and styles. They top off more casual looking tops, perfectly. Or they give that extra oomph and modern edge to formalwear. We also love them when paired with very flowing fabrics. The result is positively bohemian. Designers like ICB, Jill Stuart, Ralph Lauren, Tome, Tana Taylor, and many more designers have all trotted out lots of designs incorporating the one shouldered look.