With spring already here and the pandemic almost under control, we’re all hopeful the best is yet to come. That hope, naturally, extends to the world of fashion. If you’re sick of wearing the same sweatpants day after day and are ready to welcome spring into your wardrobe, the solution you need is right here. Check out these five, easy to follow trends for the season, and feel free to experiment with the outfits you already have!
1. Monochromatic Spring Outfits
If you’ve spent all winter wearing grays and blacks, the thought of pairing bright colors in spring may seem rather daunting to you. Don’t worry, as you’re not alone. One of the greatest trends this springtime that will help you ease into fashion again is the simple concept of sticking to just one color. Whether you like neutral, pastel, or neon colors, feel free to go all-in on just one hue.
2. Vibrant Colors
Some people long for spring to arrive just so they can take their favorite colorful outfits out of the closet. If that’s you, then rejoice! This season, printed dresses, vibrant colors, and heavily patterned outfits will be all the rage. From skirts and dresses to suits and micro-mini outfits, it can all be as colorful as you want.
3. Power Shoulders Are Back
Although far from everyone’s cup of tea, power shoulders can really make for a statement outfit. Heavily padded sleeves create silhouettes that exude power and determination, which make them a great choice both for formal and casual wear. Big-shouldered jackets and coats are all around, so take your pick!
4. Oversized Silhouettes Are Still in the Game
Many of us re-embraced the sweatsuit and oversized baggy couch-wear in the past year, and if you’re not ready to let go of the comfort of supersized clothing, then this trend is made just for you and your wardrobe. This spring, we’re seeing many billowy, oversized silhouettes on the runway, and they all look amazing. They’re chic, comfy, and really easy to put together. What’s not to like?
5. Big Bags
Aside from the mental baggage we accumulated last year, there’s also a lot of actual baggage we need to carry around in our bags. That’s why the eternal big bag trend will be stronger than ever. From going to picnics or just enjoying the weather outside, taking an oversized bag with you will not only add depth to your outfit but functionality, too.