Spring 2017 Denim Trends

Denim styles you’ll want to be in all season long

Denim is a must-have in every wardrobe. Spring 2017 denim trends are fun and fabulous. Here are some hot spring denim trends to freshen up your style this season.
 
The Extras
Jeans this spring have flash and bling! Look for styles that have rhinestones or embroidery for a look that is glam, yet comfy at the same time. Pair your fancy jeans with a white t-shirt or button down to balance out the look.
 
Crop & Kick
Cropped kick flare denim is just as it sounds; a shorter pant with a slight flare. This silhouette is ideal for the transition from winter to spring and looks fab with ankle boots or chunky slides. Petite gals will want to check the inseam or get them a petite size, so they don’t look like regular flares.
 
Patch It Up
Patchwork denim is another hot trend this spring. This style definitely has a boho casual feel, so it’s perfect to wear on the weekend. Pair them with booties, kitten heels or loafers, and solid top for an insta--chic outfit.
 
In Living Color                             
Spring is the perfect time to wear pretty pastels to show the world that you are ready for the cheerful warmer weather. This season, hues such as sunset orange, mint blue, dusty rose and squash yellow squash make your jeans fresh fun and wearable.

Spring Feet

Put a little spring in your step with these seasonal shoe trends

Let’s face it, most women love shoes, and if you’re one of them we’ve got some new trends you might be interested in. Whether you’re a sneaker aficionado or totally high heel obsessed, this season’s footwear brings a healthy mix of fun, flirty, flat and fancy. Keep reading to see what you can expect to rock south of your ankles this spring.

Purr-fect Proportions
Kitten heels have made a serious comeback in every shoe style from peep toe sandals to classic pumps.. They are already all over the runway, so get ready to snag a pair of your own.

Ankle Extras
From elaborate ties, to simple straps, to belt-like buckles, statement shoes with ankle accouterments should have a place in your closet this season. They are a simple way to accessorize your outfit and you’ll be hard-pressed to find an accessory that makes a bigger statement.

Flatform Soles
Flat platforms, or flatforms, are back in all sorts of styles giving you all of the lift with none of the downsides. Indulge in these updated throwbacks to give you some height and up your street style cred. Trust us, your feet will thank you!

Back Slide
Another 90s flashback enjoying a revival this spring is the slide sandal. However, unlike their laid-back precursor, the Birkenstock, these more sophisticated slip-ons have floral detailing, exotic feathers and intricate beading.. In other words, don’t think of them as flip flops, think of them as fashion!

Spring Flings

The hottest wearable spring trends from the runway

Spring is in the air, and so are fresh, fab styles from the runway. Designers showed us styles to fit every personality this season. It’s always exciting to see the latest looks from the runway. Each season brings us new colors, patterns, cuts and looks; some more practical for everyday life than others. Here are some of the hottest trends you will definitely want to add to your wardrobe.

Seeing Stripes
Stripes, whether they’re thin, wide, vertical or horizontal, made a strong statement. One of the biggest trends was midi and maxi length dresses with bold, geometric stripes, seen at shows like Carolina Herrera, Lacoste and Opening Ceremony. A tip for wearing this trend; if you have wider hips, opt for vertical stripes which have a slimming and an elongating visual effect.

Saturated Florals
Floral prints are an obvious choice for spring fashion, but this season they make a statement in saturated, 60’s Technicolor hues. Florals were also a go-to for midi and maxi dresses, seen from Rag & Bone, Diane von Furstenberg and Tory Burch.

In the Navy
Sailor and Navy-inspired designs were another big trend. Jackets with a nautical vibe were seen at Proenza Schouler and Tory Burch. Other designers incorporated sailor stripes into tops, pants and dresses.

Nude, beige and skin tone
Another haute trend was all things beige, nude or flesh toned. Dresses both long and short, pant suits, bathing suits, trench coats and more! Beige is no longer boring, it’s fresh and sexy.

Statement Sleeves
Sleeves with spunk are back again, taking your everyday work shirt from ho-hum to fashion forward. Look for sleeves that are split, extended and oversized. The one-shoulder style is also enjoying a comeback.  

Effortless Looks For The New Year

Subtle shifts make big changes for 2017

Easy elegance is everywhere as we head into 2017 – a trend that makes adapting as effortless as it sounds. Whatever your closet contains, rest assured, being chic has never been so simple.
 
Shift your shoes…
It’s a miracle! Or at least it seems like one. For the second year in a row sneakers are on top of the footwear trend list, suggesting it’s not just smart, but chic to relinquish uncomfortable high heels in favor of softer soles… for day wear, at least. Glitter, satin, leopard, and other fabrics and prints provide plenty of options to stay stylish and maximize comfort.
 
Not into sneakers? Well worry not, because next up on the shoe trend tree are kitten heel mules. They have just enough boost to make you feel sexy, but all the comfort of a flat, if not more! Mules are a great option for those who want to be on trend without sacrificing too much flirty femininity.
 
Mix and match
Love it or hate it, the athleisure trend is sticking around, but that doesn’t have to mean wearing your Pilates pants to the office. Nailing this trend can be as simple as pairing a structured button down with your matte Lycra leggings, or donning a blazer with a super soft t-shirt and jeans. It makes the transition from spin bike to boardroom a little more seamless.
 
Stripe yourself
From classic French tees to flowing high-waist pants, adding stripes of any form to your wardrobe will freshen up your look. Pinstripes, particularly the vertical variety, are slimming, while thicker chalk stripes have an artsy vibe, sliding them straight into a museum-inspired trend.
 
Skip the skinnies… or at least add to them
While skinny jeans have reigned supreme for the better part of a decade, more classic, straight-leg and wide-leg silhouettes have been pushing to make a comeback for a few seasons now.This just may be the year that it happens. Add a few different denim cuts to your closet for an instant, of-the-moment upgrade.
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