Spring Sneak Peek
Our spring collection is coming soon! Here’s a peek at what we have in store for you this season:
Your life isn’t black and white, so why should your wardrobe be? Bringing color into your style is the perfect way to show off your personality. So which colors are we obsessed with this spring? Fuchsia, orange, yellow and anything (aka: everything) blue. These bright, bold hues will completely take your look out of hibernation.
Searching for a spring color trend to bring some extra flair to your look? Color blocking is the Thing To Do this fall. Make the most of this trend’s eye-catching contrasts to accentuate all the best things about your figure. Have the bolder color highlight your assets: For example, if you love your hips, a bright fuchsia skirt will draw the eye wonderfully.
Prints & Patterns
Prints are all the rage this spring. Patterned blouses, dresses and bottoms show off your figure while bringing a sense of fun and energy to your outfit. Not sure which patterns to check out? Spring is the perfect season to break out the floral and tropical prints. The weather’s getting warmer, and so should your look – rocking these nature-inspired patterns rockets your look into longer days and plants in bloom. Geometric prints are also totally in this season. These patterns have the ability to make you look simultaneously chic and edgy. For example, a geometric printed scarf adds a finishing touch to an otherwise minimal outfit.
What Else to Watch For
This spring, the ’70s rocked the runway. This means you’re sure to see plenty of neutrals, crochet, and boho-chic patterns in the next few months. One trend we’re super excited about: wide-leg pants. Not sure how to embrace this old-school-cool look? Wear a pair of gauchos or palazzos with a pair of high-heeled shoes to avoid losing your legs in all that fabric. You can style your top half one of two ways: Either create a contrasting silhouette by matching it with a short, fitted jacket, or go with the flow and pair it with a long coat or cardigan that falls below the hip.