A fashion lover needs to stay on top of trends at all times. Not that you always need to be repping the freshest trend straight off the runways, but if you’re unaware of what’s hot and what’s not, chances are you’ll be left in the dust when it comes to style. And nobody wants that!
So to stay relevant, I’ve done the legwork for you and compiled some of the biggest trends that you need to know about right now.
When it comes to spring style, here are the top five trends that should be on your radar, if they aren’t already in your closet…
70’S INSPIRED BOOTS
We have known since fall that the groovy time period is back with full force when it comes to the fashion world. It’s time to jump on board with ‘70s-style footwear. While fringe ankle booties are hard to say no to, choose a more season-appropriate style like lace-up faux suede booties as found in this collection.
It’s the battle of the decades this year, because the ‘70s are forced to make some room for the millennials’ favourite decade: the ‘90s. The best way to pay homage to our hey-day is to wear a choker. Proof that chokers are arguably one of the hottest accessory trends of the season? Check out Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin both wearing them in this article.
Slips are no longer just an undergarment or a bedroom-only piece. These slinky little numbers got a ready-to-wear update, lace and sex appeal included. If you’re not sure how to comfortably wear this risqué garment, this post gives five creative tips on different ways to wear it—so there’s something for everyone!
Whether horizontal, vertical or diagonal, no matter how you wear your stripes this season, you’re sure to be on-trend. Scope out stark, solid stripes that make a statement, especially in bold and playful colors. Many of the looks seen on runways include striped midi and shift dresses.
Also on the accessory side, long earrings are going to be big when it comes to spring fashion. Gone are the days of subtlety—the bigger the better when it comes to earrings this season. Scroll through the photos beginning at this slide, and you’ll see what I mean when I say that bold is gold!