3 Bold Spring Fashion Trends to Try

Every season there’s a new fashion trend to try and this spring is no different. But it’s easy getting into these new styles as they come with a welcomed change in the weather and longer days. So if you’re a high fashion maven or even if you prefer more subtle styles, there is a spring fashion trend for every look.

The Spring Midi
You can’t seem to go anywhere these days without hearing someone talking about midi skirts or seeing someone wearing one. And you gotta love that! Midi skirts are flattering for just about every body shape because of their fit and flare style. Even if you’re on the shorter side, you can still flaunt a midi length as long as it hits just above the ankles. Try this trend in a nice, bright color, a sheer panel or with some texture.

spring fashion trends midi skirts

Topshop jacquard midi skirt – Nordstrom ($96)
Scuba pleated midi skirt – Asos ($56)
Marcelle knit midi skirt – Nasty Gal ($58)

Wide-Leg Whites
Now that the days are longer and the sun is shining, take advantage of that by putting away your heavy coats and switching them out for lighter pastels and spring whites. All white looks give you a nice, breezy feel that are effortlessly chic. But you can start with one piece in a comfortable pair of wide-leg pants that will take you from beachfront to brunch.

spring fashion trends white wide leg

Daria wide leg trousers – Reiss ($74)
XOXO drawstring pants – Amazon ($40)
BB Dakota floral pants – Revolve Clothing ($74)

Get Graphic
Make a bold statement with a fashionable graphic print that can be worn on a single piece blouse or vibrant jumpsuit. Top off the look with a pair of oversize sunglasses or a wide-brim hat. The graphic print style is a look that doesn’t require extra accessories as it takes center stage all on its own.

spring fashion trends prints

Fraiche by J Deco Leaf jumpsuit – Last Call Neiman Marcus ($48)
Anne Klein wrap dress – Amazon ($67)
Vince Camuto grid blouse – Dillard’s ($99)

Which spring trend will you try this season?

– Cheryl Clarke, Fashion Editor, Coupons.com