01 // Natural Materials
Accessories made with natural, wicker-like materials are on the upswing. From purses to hats, we’re feeling the beachy, earthy vibe of these simple finishing touches. Millennielle pairs these pieces perfectly with touches rose gold sunglasses (another trend we’ll be seeing more of this spring) and a floral romper.
02 // 90’s Fashion (and Satin Fabrics)
The 90’s style is back and going strong. Thinnly strapped dresses over form-fitted tees is a popular look, but add satin into the mix and you’ve hit the style jackpot. This sweet, but edgy, outfit from Last Minute Couture is #outfitgoals. And the addition of a chunky army boot? Nailed it.
03 // All-American
Graphic tees with a vintage vibe meet denim. Denim shorts, denim jacket, and even—yep, that’s right—denim overalls. The all-American cotton top with jeans combo is a classic that appears to be here to stay. It’s the perfect relaxed look for spring that will continue to trend through summer. Birdie Shoots shows off her all-American look in her post featuring tips for the fool-proof road trip.
04 // Sheer Fabrics
Move aside cotton, this springs new breathable fabric is all sheer. Mesh cutouts and lace details were a hot theme in this year’s NYFW and we’re not opposed to the peek-a-boo look that allows glowy summer skin to shine through. This dress worn by the stunning Gracie Mercedes manages to strike the perfect balance of romantic and just plain cool.
05 // Plaid
Who knew this fall trend would transfer to spring. Plaid is popping up everywhere this season—in suit jackets, mini-skirts, t-shirts, and jumpsuits. Take Aim knows what’s up and is 100% up on the trends of the upcoming season.
06 // Vertical Stripes
Sure, stripes, in general, will be seen often this spring – but we’re excited to see the vertical trend taking the streets by storm. This look is taking over everything from t-shirts and blouses to maxi dresses and pants. It’s not only a super fun print to see, but flattering on all body types for its ability to visually lengthen the figure. Gracie Mercedes slays it yet again in this colorful, stripey dress.
07 // Mixed Prints
Florals are a spring staple, but to up your game this season pair your florals with a geometric print for an effortless and eclectic mix-and-match ensemble. Hesitant to go so bold? Ease your way into this trend by combining a classic gray-scale stripe with a louder, more colorful pattern. Karisa Marie shows us how it’s done with this sweet, spring look.