You might have seen my post about what the latest spring trends were, now we’re digging into outfit ideas on how to wear them! Because what’s the point of knowing what they are without knowing what to do with them? Fashion should be fun and a place to experiment, after all! So let’s get on experimenting.
How to Wear the Latest Spring Trends
1. bucket hat
A bucket hat adds a playful 90’s twist to any look. If this is your thing, I really don’t think you could go wrong, because if you pair it with a blazer it has a cool contrast, it fits right in with streetwear, and it adds a safari-esque vibe to your summer looks!
2. boiler suit
At first glance, this may seem like an impossible piece to wear, but as you get into it I think you’ll find that it’s more versatile than you think! It basically acts as a big canvas to be worn casually on the weekend with sneakers or a red lip and heels for a night out.
Tons of feathers look awesome all out on the runway, but in order to have this look more “real life”, just keep it simple. Pick one piece that will have your statement feathers on it and plan the rest of the outfit around that!
4. suit set
To keep it from looking stuffy, pick one in a fun, bold color that welcomes in spring! Also think about having your suit set be shorts, that way you can wear it more when summer comes too. Wear it with sneakers for a casual day look and switch those out for heels when you’re going somewhere fancier! Related: 5 Red and Pink Outfits That Just Won’t Quit
5. beige head to toe
This is one of my favorite “trends” because it’s the easiest to wear. It’s just neutral beige clothing head to toe! You most likely have what you need on hand to make this look work too. With any monochrome outfit, just remember to mix fabrics and textures. Related: How to Rock a Monochromatic Outfit Flawlessly
Balance it out with non-crochet items or wear it in small doses so it looks less beachy and more something you’d see on the streets.
I’ll admit that I think tie-dye is going to be the hardest to pull off without looking like a teenager at summer camp. My tip would be to stick to a couple of colors instead of the whole explosion and look for this print in more grown-up silhouettes, like a wrap maxi dress.
8. acid denim
The fear with acid denim is that you’re just going to look way too retro, verging on out of style. Pair this denim with more modern pieces (like a blazer) to take this look into the present!
9. biker shorts
I tried this trend out and can’t get on board, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock it! I think it looks best paired with an oversized blazer to balance out the tight bottoms and heels to class it up a bit! No one will think you’re headed to the gym in this look.
What are your thoughts on all of these trends?
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