With every season change, it’s fun to add a few new on-trend pieces to your wardrobe. Without getting TOO trendy, of course, try to choose pieces that can freely mix with your existing staples. Here are a few ideas to ramp up your spring wardrobe.
1995 called, they want their tiny sunglasses back! Don’t expect to block too many UVB rays with these little guys; they are really meant to be an accessory above most else. Plan on donning these on cloudy or rainy days only, or if you choose to “wear my sunglasses at night.”
Ruching refers to the way fabric is stitched to create a gathered look. It’s a weird word which always looks to me like it is misspelled, but…it’s not. When worn correctly, a ruched top or dress can be extremely flattering and forgiving. Look for it everywhere: athleisure, swimsuits, even pants.
Lavender is Spring’s answer to the bolder Ultra Violet, which is 2018 Pantone Color of the Year. A flattering hue to most every complexion, this color just screams SPRING IS IN THE AIR!
Square Necklines are, in my opinion, a very flattering and feminine way to accentuate a woman’s decollage without being too revealing. Like many fashion trends, the square neckline seems to morph in and out of fashion every decade or so.
Millennial Pink has been HOT around for awhile now, but it will continue to enjoy a strong presence this spring and summer. Although the jury is out on EXACTLY what the shade is, it is generally a dusty, subtle shade, being feminine and girly without being bubblegum obnoxious. This may sound like an oxymoron to what Millennials’ reputations represent; but hey – I didn’t coin the term!
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