Can you believe it? Spring is almost here! There's something so rejuvenating about the beginning of a new season. We are ready for the warmer weather and refreshing breeze. Even though it's been a mild winter, it's about time for the grass to be green again.
Spring fashion has always been known for brighter colors, flowy dresses, and light-weight fabric.Trends, on the other hand, have a habit of popping up just when you’ve completely forgotten they ever existed (hello, flare jeans!). We have put together the 5 spring trends you need-to-know this season. This is taking fashion week style into the streets of everyday life.
1. Head-to-Toe Florals
Nothing says spring quite like florals, right?! From New York Fashion Week to everyday office wear, bright floral prints are everywhere this season. You can mix and match prints or just stick with a cute shift dress. As long as you're showing off some bold blooms, you really can't go wrong. Featuring the Painted Garden Dress, Ring A Roses Dress, the Nicole High-Low Dress, and the Latte Swing Tunic.
2. Showing Some Shoulder
This is a fall trend that has trickled its way into spring. Of course now it is the perfect way to ease yourself into showing a little skin as we get into hotter months. There are a few ways to rock the shoulder look--with little peek-a-boo cut outs, a slouchy shoulder (read: elastic top that lets you put it above or below your shoulder), or an entire off-the-shoulder look. Let the sun shine on your shoulders this spring with the Myra Off the Shoulder Top, Love Letter Tube Top, or the Roxy Blouse.
3. Peplum Love
Raise your hand if you unashamedly own too many peplums? We're definitely in that group! There is something about a good peplum that is flattering, flirty, but still casual enough for the day-to-day grind. Somehow this is a trend that just never dies and continues to stick around through the seasons (years?). Invest yourself in a decent peplum and get the good times rollin'. Pictured here are the Shea Babydoll Tank, Emma Peplum, and Silver Linings Top.
4. Stripes on Stripes
Just like every other trend, stripes have made a scene on the red carpet lately and it definitely needs a space in your closet. It is one of the most wearable trends and something you can pull off even after spring. Each of the items featured here are a nautical blue and white striped look, like the Cactus Dress, Harper A-Line Dress, and Livvy Cold Shoulder Dress. But, that doesn't mean you should just stick with primary colors. We have also seen a lot of funky color combinations with stripes, so go crazy! Let your personality shine through with the colors you really adore.
Minimalism is a concept that has been around for decades, but it is really starting to show up again this year. Think perfectly crisp white tees with effortlessly slim blue jeans--no frills or fringe or buttons or sequins. We're getting back to the basics with solid colors, simple silhouettes, and timeless pieces. The best part of minimalism? Your wardrobe will be full of items that always mix and match. Some staple dresses include the Draped Porter, Sonnet Racerback, Sarita Maxi, and the Aubrey Ribbed Bowtie.
The AG Team