Top 5 Spring Clothing Trends for Women
Spring is in the air — at least for some of us. Whether you’re in the midst of a snowstorm, though, or already pulling out your favorite pair of sandals, now is a great time to consider your needs for spring. Are there items you know you’ll never wear again? Pieces you’d like to purchase?
Before delving into your closet, consider some of the top women’s clothing trends for the season. From trousers to tops, these picks are suited for nearly anyone.
Whether dressing for the office, an evening out or a casual night with friends, reach for a pair of billowy, wide-leg pants. Printed or plain, pair them with a fitted shirt, loose sweater or blouse, or blazer, and you’re set. This option looks best on nearly anyone, too, not just Amazonian models. Pay close attention to the width of the flare and the height of the waist before choosing the right pair for you.
Business meets pleasure
Invest in a pair of sophisticated tuxedo trousers — slightly sportier, more fitted trousers with tuxedo detailing down the side — but choose to pair them with a modern, loose-fitting blouse, a casual top or a comfortable sweater. Black trousers are traditional; consider other, out-of-the-box options. No matter how you style it, the point is clear: stay partly polished and partly fun.
Similar to the moto jacket, also in style this season, the bomber is extremely versatile and looks great no matter what color, texture, fabric or detailing you choose. Opt for leather, lace, cotton, studded, sporty, brightly colored and more. These jackets look best when worn against a dress, skirt or more feminine top.
Consider throwing a bomber on with a tea-length skirt — a skirt that tends to flare and hit somewhere between midi and maxi. Though it covers more, you can make this seemingly old-school feminine option just as modern as a mini. As it gets warmer, pair it with a cropped top or a sleeveless that exposes your arms.
When transitioning from winter to summer, a collarless spring coat is an investment. Streamlined, long and devoid of any lapels, this piece looks perfect whether in a safe neutral or a fun, embellished print. Pair it with jeans, trousers, fitted pants, dresses or pencil skirts for work. Versatile, warm and pristine, if you’re going to pay for any new piece this season, this might be it.
Article by Andrea Fisher, a writer and content specialist for Targeted Merchant Solutions. She has been published in a variety of publications, including the Chicago Tribune and Business Insider. Check out more of her tips @andreafisher007 or on Google+.