Give your fedora and floppy straw hat a rest this summer and wear one of this season’s tropical toppers: the Panama Hat. Similar to the fedora but with a wider brim, this hat will let you soak up some extra shade while adding a dose of style to any look.
Our under $100 picks are sweet but sophisticated.
Ready for your new spring neutral? Orange is this season’s black, adding a punch of juicy color to whites, tans, denim and more.
Foiled textures and shimmering iridescent fabrics made for some high shine moments on the spring runways. Whether you opt for a high-impact piece of clothing or a wear-with-everything accessory, add one of these iridescent pieces to your look for an instant update.
Not just a Coachella trend, celebs like Emmy Rossum are also getting into the flower crown action.
The spring runways were awash with sheer panels, sheer blocking and all-over sheer pieces.
This season’s sports luxe trend includes athletic-influences like mesh, racing stripes and sportswear silhouettes. Definitely made for the street, not the gym, here are some of our favorite sporty chic pieces to buy now.
It’s certainly not groundbreaking to say that florals are a must for spring. However, it’s comforting to count on the perennial trend, knowing that a bloom-infused purchase will look fresh season after season.
A rainbow of Easter egg-worthy pastel shades walked the spring runways including mint green, lavender, baby blue and bubblegum pink.
Like it or not, the crop top trend is still going strong for Spring 2014. Best worn with a high-waist pant or skirt, crop tops can be worn to show a few inches or just a sliver of skin — or none at all if you choose a length that hits just below your waistline.