How to Wear This Season’s Most Popular Trends

It’s officially the turn of the fashion season and like any other Style Expert or fashionista, I am excited to share ways to wear a few of the popular trendy styles of Spring 2015.

Floral Print

“Florals? For spring? Ground breaking.” – Miranda Priestly

Yes, we all know that a popular and well appropriate print for spring is floral. Instead of rocking this print all over on a dress, try it on one piece with a white or light toned solid color top, like this Roksanda Ilincic skirt below. Accessorize the look with contrasting colors to bring it all together.

floral print

 

Black and White

 Another popular classic is black and white combinations. Each year there is a fashion industry dictated season that will label this look as trendy. Whether on trend or not, having a black and white ensemble in your wardrobe is essential. This featured look is intended for a semi-formal night out. This flame design Marc by Marc Jacobs dress pairs well with geometric accessories.

Black and white

 

Gingham Print

Inspired by the 1950’s, the checked gingham print has made a comeback. This print is such an appropriate pattern for Spring/Summer, reminding us all of a picnic in the park. I recommend this pastel tone silk and cotton blend gingham printed dress by Marc by Marc Jacobs due to it’s effortless feminine style….just perfect for a day at the park!

gingham print

 

Shirt Dresses

Popular among the chic street style city dwellers, the shirt dress is another effortless look that is trending this season.  The oversize button down shirt will add a bit of style to your casual looks as you run errands or meet with friends for lunch.  This plaid silk shirt dress by McQ Alexander McQueen easily blends western style with urban flair.

shirt dress

 

Now that you have a few ideas, shop the look and embrace this season’s trends. If you need help with dressing appropriately for your body or skin tone, sign in to guide2style.com. Dress Well.

 

Charlisha Renata, Director, Fashion

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