12 Spring Fashion Trends For 2018
Spring is here! Don’t be late to the party, catch up on what’s hot with these spring fashion trends for 2018 that are sure to catch everyone’s eyes.
Now that winter has moved out the way, we find ourselves reaching for sundresses and shorts.
No longer do we have to keep ourselves covered up in chunky knits and puffer jackets.
We’re trading in our sweaters for tank tops and combat boots for flip-flops. It’s all about light layers and the color of the year: ultraviolet.
But we’re not stopping there. Today, we’ll get you caught up to speed with what’s trending in the world of fashion.
Ready to find out what the spring fashion trends are?
Here we go!
We’re ditching heavier layers for something more fitting like sheer. The examples shown on the runway might be a bit too much for people. Read: model’s bits were showing.
If you don’t want to expose yourself to the world, there are ways you can go about these types of spring fashion trends.
For starters, sheer shirts can be worn with a delicate bralette or undershirt. As for skirts, most will come with a slip already incorporated. If not, that piece can be purchased separately.
Planning on a fancy dinner date? This trend is also great when it comes to formal wear. For example, this product shows how it can be done tastefully.
While ultraviolet is the reigning color of the year, it looks even prettier when in a light hue.
Accompanied by sorbet shades like lilac, blush, and mint, they made a big splash for the start of spring.
These light colors add a refreshing take to classic pieces like blazers and even pumps. Whether you incorporate one or more of these pale hues, monochromatic or not, you’ll look great.
If you haven’t known, fanny packs are back–and in a big way! No longer a symbol that you’re too old to carry a purse, designers have altered them in cool ways.
Now they come in a variety of shapes, styles, and patterns. There’s everything from leather to ones with fringe.
Oh and in case you didn’t know, they’re now called belt bags.
Tired of high heels killing your feet? Worry about aching feet no longer!
Mules are definitely here to stay as they’ve been featured in more than one season. Not only are they great for the warmer months but for work as well.
Pair them with a classic suit combo or jean shorts for a casually cool look.
How do you like your prints: bold or subtle? Well, it doesn’t matter as they’re all trending for spring.
Bold graphics like flower prints and dark stripes are all in. Even if you prefer your patterns more subtle like tiny polka dots and simple geometric shapes.
The best part about these spring fashion trends is that you can mix and match. Pair smaller prints with larger ones for an edgy outfit.
If you feel like taking a walk on the wild side, animal prints are making their way into spring as well.
Forget about saving the glam for the evening. All down the runways were looks that were bedazzled head to toe.
If you’re a little shy about wearing so much glitz, wear it in small doses. Opt for a top that has sequins around the yoke or a sequined bag.
Get ready to swing and sway the night away! Tassels are in, yet again.
Mostly seen on the runways were them shown all over dresses. That’s why they make the perfect choice for a first date or even a night out with the girls. They’re fun, flirty, and express movement.
Tassels not really your thing? Don’t worry, there are dresses with tassels as trim or bags that come with a removable tassel keychain.
High-low tops are like a mullet. The short front of the top says business while the longer backend screams party.
With these spring fashion trends, you get the best of both worlds. Some come with extremely long trains while others are short.
Depending on how edgy you want to look that day, at least you have options.
No, we aren’t talking about the chips. And while it’s a trend not everyone is fond of, it’s definitely hot for spring.
What’s really in though are ruffled tiers. Dresses, shirts, and pants now come in multiple layers of ruffles.
The best way to pull off these spring fashion trends is to keep everything else simple. Keep the silhouette, color, and accessories modest.
We’re pretty sure a lot of us thought Kim K was ridiculous for wearing those bike shorts out in public. We were wrong.
Apparently, she predicted one of the hottest spring trends to date.
Not just for workout wear, bike shorts make a great addition to long-tailed coats and mules. The more layers added to this style of short, the better.
It’s official, the ’80s are coming back. Bring out your scrunchies, big bows, and barrettes.
But the trend we’re focusing on is scrunchies–the alternative to ponytail holders.
Not only are they great for not leaving creases on your hair, they make a nice addition to jeans and a t-shirt. Or if you wanted, style your hair with one with a formal outfit.
They look great on the wrist as a bracelet or in the hair as a statement piece.
Last but not least, we’ve added a bonus trend: statement earrings. For when your casual t-shirt and denim shorts isn’t cutting it, add a pair of overly-designed earrings.
It’s also a great excuse to put your hair back as large earrings often look fabulous with slicked-back hair or an updo.
Get Ready for the Warm Season with These Spring Fashion Trends
After a harsh winter, our fashion sense can be bent out of shape. Instead of reaching for what’s comfortable (and what’ll keep us warm) now we can shift our mindset to lighter layers and pretty colors.
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