Looking to update your wardrobe for the Spring 2018? One of the easiest ways to make your wardrobe look more current without a total overhaul is to simply add the "colors of the season". Adding on-trend colors is simple, affordable, and unlike a lot of other trendy items, colors have a longer shelf-life, which means you won't look at that pink top next year and say "Ugh, that's SO 2018!". Here are 3 of the biggest color trends for Spring 2018 (and a bonus to keep an eye on!)
From the palest of lemons to the brightest of sunshine yellows, this happy hue is everywhere this season. It looks fabulous paired with navy, white, light denim and tan. Keep the spring-to-summer vibe going with bright, contrasting accessories. Dress from Zara.
I know what you're thinking...pink's been a "hot trend" for a few years now. What's the big deal? Not so fast, sister. Recently, we've been seeing a lot of blush, not pink...and at the risk of sounding like Shelby from Steel Magnolias, there's a difference. Blush is more neutral than pink, and can be very hard to pull off. It can leave you looking pale and colorless. This spring is different. This season's pink, is....well, pink! Again, everything from baby pink to fuschia is out there, so find a shade that's right for you, and fall in love with pink this spring! Pink top from Zara.
Rounding out spring's ladylike trifecta is lavender. Purple is a more universally flattering color than either pink or yellow, so if you're wondering which pastel-colored water to dip your toe into this spring, give lavendar a shot. Do your style a favor though, and swap black pants for navy. Navy and lavendar is chic, polished, and gives your major style points! Sweater (this sweater is a personal fave) from Zara.
Keep an Eye On....Dark Brown
A funny thing happened a few months ago at Loft. I saw a pair of dark brown pants. Not tan, not camel, actual chocolate brown pants. In case you've been in a sartorial time warp, dark brown has been out of fashion for years. Sure, you can find dark brown pants in department stores in the "mature" brands, but in stylish stores? Not so much. But, it's making a comeback! I've seen chocolate brown in fast-fashion stores, high-end stores, and everywhere in between, I'm not quite ready to declare brown "the new black", but I think it might be having a bit of a revival in the coming months. Top by Zara,
Speaking of trendy colors--do you have this season's Capsule Guide yet? Both the Casual and Workwear editions use pink and yellow to create on-trend wardrobes that make it easy and fun to get dressed. The capsule guides have been called "life changing" and "revolutionary"--if you don't have yours yet, what are you waiting for?
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