Spring’s Top 5 Trends
Upgrade your warm-weather wardrobe with our five favorite trends of the spring 2014 season.
Having a major moment at Chanel, Celine and Prada’s spring shows,art-inspired prints should be introduced into your wardrobe if you're looking to make a statement this season. This standout trend can be worn in real-life when paired with something a little more understated. For example, try teaming an artfully patterned skirt with a basic, monochrome blouse for next-level results.
Blush pink ditches its girly reputation and makes its way onto every fashionable find imaginable: apparel, accessories—you name it! Counter the feminine-feel of this pastel hue by wearing it with edgy accessories like Balmain did during their spring show.
Embrace the easy, wearable nature of sportswear with a super-chic twist. Think: luxe leather trousers with mesh and perforated detailing, ultra-cool cuts and sporty sandals that are made to be worn during a big night out. Spotted on the runways of Alexander Wang, Gucci and Emilio Pucci to name a few, this is one trend seriously worth trying. Are you game?
According to Balenciaga's killer spring show, the crop-style top is officially the new IT blouse—and we couldn’t be more excited. Best paired with a high waisted skirt, trousers or shorts for spring, this sleek silhouette is an on-trend way to take on warmer months to come.
We're addicted to sexy, sheer details draped around dresses and paneled on blouses spotted on the runways of Erdem and Stella McCartney to Vera Wang. To take on the trend for everyday wear, try layering opaque pieces under sheer separates—the juxtaposing materials make for a cool combo that’s guaranteed to turn heads.
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