Box up those snow boots and pull out the sandals because spring is almost in the air. That’s why we’re looking ahead and spotlighting the season’s hottest trends. From pastels to jumpsuits, here are the key SPRING looks to have on your fashion radar.
Go for a playful vibe with this polka-dot dress. The pattern is a major trend this spring. This bouncy frock is super fun and fantastically classy! It can easily be dressed up with heels for a fabulous “day to night” look or paired with sandals for a more casual vibe. I also think this dress is perfect for all things “shower” and you can never go wrong with a dress with pockets.
Pretty in Pink meets Bodysuit
I recently posted on the Fairfield County Moms Blog Instagram page that bodysuits are slightly outside my comfort zone, but these figure-hugging onesies are all the rage this spring and ALL over the blog-o-sphere. This pretty pink one is from J.Crew and I love the ruffles. Here I paired it with a high-waisted pink skirt because shades of pink are also ALL over the runway this season. The key for me with bodysuits is HIGH WAISTED bottoms!
Ice Cream Hues
Nothing says Spring like a classic pastel color palette. This seafoam green blouse is feminine and airy and perfect for a warm spring day. I love the look of pastels with white jeans. And just so you know you can totally wear white jeans before Memorial Day.
Jumpsuits & Denim
There are many fashion trends this spring that are going to stay from the previous seasons and jumpsuits are one of them. I finally caved and purchased this beauty from Loft. While this look is not work-appropriate in my book, it is fun and would be picture-perfect for a date night or evening out with the ladies.
In all honesty, this trend was not walking down the runway at fashion week, but it hasn’t stopped the mom blogger world for resuscitated this 90s fashion staple. Let’s just say my 7th-grade self is all sorts of giddy that these denim classics are now back in style. Here I went for the casual vibe which is great for a day of chasing around toddlers or chauffeuring kiddos.