The new spring styles have already come out on the runways but what if its snowing at your house? Here are some spring runway styles that you can start wearing now. From fringe, to menswear and floral I have you covered with all the great styles at affordable prices as well.
Even though floral can scream spring and summer try a floral with a dark background to make it more suitable for the colder months. Wear floral in leggings, a dress or skirt with boots or even a knit sweater.
I like to see menswear in shoe styles but this can also work in trouser pants, blazers and even a crisp white shirt which is also in style this spring. The first example are more expensive but too cute not to include. The second and third pairs are simpler but way more in my budget.
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This can be a scary trend to pull off but i suggest going simple first. Try a little on some booties or a purse. If your really daring try one of the fun flapper style dresses. There are lots of looks you can achieve with fringe.
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Plaid is always in for winter but this time we are also seeing it in spring wear. I like that classic red tartan and it can be seen in clothes as well as accessories.
Tea Length Skirts
I love this style, its classic and sweet as well as flattering. Yay for modest clothes!
Gold was in last year and it will continue. I am loving gold layered in bracelets, metallic jackets and even shoes.
On the runway the cropped jackets were boxy and many were patterned. This is a great layering piece as well.
It's almost like a dressy version of a tee-shirt. The sleeves are almost to the elbow and they are oh so comfortable. Shift blouses can be worn with skinny jeans or leggings. Make sure you create balance with a tighter fitting pant..
The best thing about pastels? You can pick your most flattering color and wear it with what you want. As little or as much pastel. Mint, lilac and robins egg are all colors that are going to be in this spring.
Leggings, varsity jackets, team sweatshirts and tennis skirts are all inspiration from Tommy Hilfiger's latest spring line. Here is a play on these pieces that can take you from shopping right to the gym.
I hope you can find some inspiration to bring these styles into your wardrobe.