Top 10 Trends For Spring + 5 More To Watch For

From asymmetrical necklines to the new safari trend, here is a recap of the top 10 trends to look for this season, plus 5 more for good measure:


1. Asymmetrical Necklines

One-shoulder and asymmetrical necklines were all over the spring runways and the award show red carpets this season. Clearly designers know the power of flaunting a sexy shoulder or a single collarbone. Whether you choose a soft, flowing top or a body-conscious dress, this is one trend worth trying on this season – you’ll be surprised at how flattering it can be!

Check out our favorite asymmetrical styles at every price >


2. Fresh Florals

Nothing brightens your day faster than adorning yourself in one of this season’s fresh-picked floral pieces. Whether you choose oversized artistic prints or delicate mini florals, set your wardrobe abloom with feminine floral dresses, tops and even accessories.

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3. New Nudes

Shades of beige and flesh-toned nudes were a signature look on the spring runways, seemingly appearing in every designer collection. Layer on varying shades to create a quietly chic look like the ones shown above, or pair your neutrals with some of the season’s bold brights.

Check out our favorite nude styles at every price >


4. Ruffles

Tiers of feminine ruffles continue to be a hot trend. Whether you wear them outrageously oversized or soft and subtle, ruffles will add a flouncy feminine touch to your look this season.

Fit Tip: ruffles add volume, so make sure yours are strategically placed and avoid any area of your figure that you don’t want to emphasize.

Check out some of our favorite ruffled picks of the season >


5. Mini Hemlines

You’ve got legs and this is the season to flaunt them. From skirts and dresses to shorts, hemlines this spring are north of the knee. Look for full tiered and pleated skirts, fluid short shorts and soft, draped minidresses.

Check out some of our favorite mini styles for every budget >


6. Metallics

Whether bold and flashy or subtle and neutral, metallics shine on as a big trend this season. Look for sparkling silver, gold and copper to adorn clothing and accessories.

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7. Stripes

This season’s multitude of bold sailor stripes will have you dreaming of the French Riviera and classic Coco Chanel style. Go all out with head to toe pattern mixing or opt for just a touch of this updated classic with a striped tee or sweater.

Check out our favorite striped pieces at every price >


8. Bright Colors

From bold brights to shocking neon, color is big this season. Whether you’re brave enough to go head-to-toe bright or prefer to mix colorful pieces with light neutrals and darks, check out these key items for every budget >


9. Safari

Designers are showing a little jungle love this season with a multitude of safari-inspired clothing and accessories. Look for modern takes on safari jackets, dresses and shorts as well as African and animal prints, wooden jewelry and various shades of brown and khaki.

Check out some of our favorite picks for every budget >


10. Black and White

The crisp contrast of this classic combination is always in style, though designers this season were especially enamored with black and white pairings. Wear your black and white head to toe or mix in some of this season’s brights for a beautifully modern look.

Check out some of our favorite picks for every budget >

Plus, 5 more trends to look for this season:

11. Fluid Pants – soft silhouettes, including long slouchy trousers and fluid cropped cuts, are replacing structured menswear-inspired styles.

12. Aquatic Blues – various shade of pool colors, from turquoise to azure, to wear together or with neutrals.

13. ’80s Influences – distressed jeans, jumpsuits, boyfriend blazers and more (read our trend spotlight: ‘80s Revival).

14. Cage Heels – multiple straps are the hot new heel must-have.

15. Statement Jewelry – from oversized earrings to large bib necklaces, jewelry is taking center stage. Be sure to wear only one large piece at a time, though!

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