5 Clothing Trends That You'll Love This Spring
Posted: Jan 25 2016 by Lookbook Store
There's something about vintage and retro styles that always make their way back in to the style scene. So it won't be a surprise when, come spring, you'll find lots of fashion enthusiasts popping out of their homes post-hibernation in their most gorgeous vintage-y, '90s-inspired outfits.
To get you in to full gear come spring, here are five wardrobe trends that you'll want in your closet stat:
The '90s Look
Fanny packs, grunge, minimalism -- they're making a huge come back not just to give you a trip down memory lane but to set the pace in the style scene. So if you're meaning to throw away those choker necklaces and low-rise jeans a la Spice girls, hold your horses just yet. If you already did, it's not too late to start shopping for crop tops, cami dresses and whatnot.
The Cold Shoulder
Bared shoulders dominated the runway in New York Fashion Week so obviously they're going to be hot this spring. What better way to show off your sun-kissed skin, right?
The Off-Shoulder Style
There's something about off-the-shoulder styles that's sweet, innocent and flirty that a lot of us can't resist. So expect to see a lot of 'em come sprint time.
The Micro Pleats
Navy blue boho babydoll blouse | Long white pleated wrap skirt (sold-out) | Dark blue pleated maxi skirt (sold-out)
As mentioned, a lot of the classic styles we love are going to re-emerge in the style scene next season. So don't be surprised when you see lots of fashion enthusiast wearing pleats as they're a sure way to add a retro-vibe to any sartorial piece.
A Latin Touch
Red, flamingo-style skirts, floral prints -- these Spanish-inspired elements are set to dominate the next season as sell so don't forget to add some on your list for your next spring wardrobe shopping.
They say that there's a certain time when you can wear your crop tops, cami dresses, or pleated frocks. Once that's time is up, better put them to the farthest back of your closet never to see the light of day.
Well, we say that time is before spring. With the season of fresh blooms and ice thawing coming, gear up with these trends.