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A – FLORALS. EMBROIDERED, PAINTED, ALIVE!
You’ll make best friends with floral trends. And in spring they appear literally everywhere. They’re amazing, girly, brave. Don’t they perfectly match your positive and optimistic nature? Painted and printed – nothing new, as they are in almost every spring season, but this time embroideries and badges follow. You can use them to draw attention away from your flaws. If you want to hide some-thing (your wider shoulders, for example), wear a dark, monocoloristic shirt and combine it with floral jeans, like these here. If you know how to embroider, it’ll be a great occasion for a spring DIY and refreshing a last year’s coat.
B – FUCHSIA AND ITS FRIENDS
We’re both fans of strong saturated colors and color blocking combinations. Fuchsia will rule summer and spring this season. Wear it with red, cobalt, pale pink. If you’re proportional, such a combination will accentuate this fact. If you want to draw attention to a particular part of your body (like your amazing neckline), wear a fuchsia blouse and leave the rest of the outfit plain – navy, white, or anthracite. Run to the store and I guarantee you – spring will come sooner than you’ve expected 😉 At least for your closet!
C – SPORTY CHIC
Fashion likes strong girls who know what they want and know how to achieve it. They don’t get easily discouraged, and take small steps towards their goal. Am I talking about you, fighter? 😉 You love keeping fit, spring means, above all, exercising outside and a vitamin recharge straight from nature 😉 You can’t wait to eat strawberries from the nearest market? Before they appear, find some spring clothes! Go for sports chic. This season we wear oversize hoodies, pastel sneakers, old school basketball players’ shirts. Combine sports and elegance in an original way: jackets with sneakers, sweatpants with stilettos, caps with cocktail dresses. It’ll be interesting!
D – OMNIPRESENT FRILLS
If I were to choose one top trend of the season, I would say: frills. Every second blouse in chain stores has frills on its sleeves, and it’s hard to find a single streetstyle look without a frill by the shoes or purse. This style perfectly matches your romantic soul. You can combine it, for example, with florals, strong colors (getting a bit of a Spanish look). Such details are also great at masking your figure’s flaws: some additional pounds around the belly, or not such a visible waistline with a frilled pencil skirt. This year’s yours! 😉
E – SIGNS, QUOTES
The political situation hasn’t been that stable in the world for some time now – we observe many unexpected changes and twists on the highest positions. They all affect the „normal“ people and start discussions about women’s and ethnic minorities‘ rights. Fashion has its way of expressing feelings: signs on clothes. A Dior „We should all be feminist“ T-shirt has become a must have in many celebrities‘ closets; we can even say that it’s become a cult piece of clothing (despite it’s quite absurd price). Do you also sometimes feel like screaming out your mind to the world? 😉 I think so, as you have your own principles, even if it requires you to go on the street and demonstrate! Remember to put not only those quotes on your shirt this season, but also the brilliant and cult ones… They look great with evening skirts, creating an illusion of a rebellious princess.
F – GEOMETRIC PATTERNS
Stripes, especially nautical ones, are a total fashion classic. We all have, or have had, at some point in our lives, a print like that on our dress. This spring, let’s go a step further. Let’s still go for stripes, but thicker, more colorful, and visible forma far. Combine them with geometric patterns (like a striped blouse with a checked skirt). It can be totally colorful or black and white (that’s when colorful accessories – necklaces and earrings look great). My Dear Minimalist, it’s a trend just for you! You like simple patterns and plain communication. Outfits like that look good even without jewelry. All you need to do is add an interesting bag and shoes. If you’re slim and tall, go for big diagonal patterns; if you’re short – go for smaller, so that you don’t get overwhelmed by them. For plus size girls I recommend vertical lines – they’re the biggest treasures! 😉