5 Irresistible “IT” Trends for Spring

The snow is (sorta) melting, and we can (finally!) put our heavy down coats back in storage-spring is slowly but surely on its way!

You’ve seen spring trends in magazines for the past few months, and now that the weather is warming up, you can set aside those cable-knit sweaters in favor of sweet spring colors. Rooftop season, here we come!

Loud Floral

Instead of the little buds on a dress fit for a five-year-old, abstract florals (like the ones you would paint in middle school art class) make a bold, grown-up statement to welcome the new season.

Topshop Graphic Floral Print Top, $52, Topshop.com

topshop top

 

Powder Blue

Pastels are synonymous with spring, but one of the biggest colors for spring seems to be this breezy shade of blue.

Old Navy Women’s Chambray Shift Dress in Light Wash, $32.94, Oldnavy.com

old navy dress

Fringe & ’70s Chic

The “it” style of the season, which will perfectly transition for summer concerts and festivals.

Hinge Embroidered Yoke Top, $69, Nordstrom.com

hinge top

Bucket Bag

Meet the cross-body’s cool older sister.

Deux Lux Anguilla Bucket Bag, $95, Shopbop.com

deux lux bucket bag

 

Open-Toe Shoes

From skimmers to wedges and peep-toe booties, now’s the time to paint your pretty toes (we know you need one after all that hibernation in socks!) and celebrate the start of an (early) sandal season.

Report “Reign” Bootie, $34.94, Dsw.com

report booties

Hannah Gettleman

Hannah Gettleman is a bubbly twenty-something living in Chicago. She graduated in 2012 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in Journalism. Don't tell her that print is dying--she's already made the switch to public relations. As a Midwest girl, winter happens approximately 80% of the year, so she knows a thing or two about a good pair of snow boots. She lives for summer weather (even though she can never tan), Boy Meets World reruns, and an unhealthy addiction to dark chocolate and online shopping. She's a die-hard Chicago sports fan, even though she's well aware the Cubs always end up in last place every year.

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