A Spring Trend For Everyone

The temperatures are rising and girls are changing over from heavy clothes to fun, flirty, spring fashions.  But what trends will they be wearing.  Here are some quick spring ideas that every girl should add to their wardrobe.

After seasons of bright, glaring neons, its time to turn down the brightness and add some pastels to your closet.  The pretty pastels are a welcome addition to the bold color blocking that has been hitting the runways for the last few seasons.  Think sorbet colors, pretty pinks, lavenders, corals, and light shades of blues and greens.

Appliqués are a cute and fun thing to add to your clothing.  Add some to your pants, sleeves and bodices of dresses and tops.  You can add a monochromatic appliqué to fabric for a matching feel or a contrasting color to add a pop of something different and another layer of detail.

Classics are back.  Instead of mixing neon green with purple, try the old staple black and white.  Want to add some color to the look, try a black/white/pink combination.   This is an oldie but a goodie!

Metallic’s have been huge and silver is a color that is here to stay, but not for clothing, but for your feet.  Fashionistas everywhere have been wearing silver sandals, peep toe pumps and ballet flats this Spring and will continue to do so into every season in the near future.   They are a staple for every budding fashionistas closet.  They are perfectly paired with jeans or a LBD.

There are so many ways to express yourself this Spring, that venture out from your normal wardrobe, be adventurous, and try at least one new trend this season.


Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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