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Before each season, we do our best to predict any trends that will make it big and pop up in stores, online and on your IG feeds. I'd love to think we're doing a pretty good job, but it's inevitable that there will always be a few things that we don't see coming but are still all here no matter how much we scan the runways of each fashion month to the. To pinpoint exactly which fashion girls are into for the season, I flipped through Instagram to find the spring trends wearing IRL, some off the runways and some quickly gaining traction.
While the past few years consisted of trends in which the basics and neutrals were in the foreground, this time it looks a little different. Think fun prints, bright colors, and vintage-era silhouettes making a comeback. But don't be alarmed, there is an option for every style in this mix. Just keep scrolling to see, read, and shop all six trends.
Neon colors, large flowers and contrasting colors are the defining tones for prints that are being worn. If it looks like it could have come from a vintage market then you hit the trend.
Despite our lack of going out and attending events, fashion girls still bring the extravagance to the table with risky items like bustiers and corsets.
We predicted in our seasonal recap that this would be the pressures of the New Year and we're excited to report that it is building up in the fashion scene. It's a little more exciting than stripes or polka dots, but still easy to style.
It's a running joke that there is a category of fashion trends that just come out of dad and grandpa closets. Sweater vests have been the rising dad trend of fall, but for spring polo collars of all styles, silhouettes are the preppy trend following suit.
When we start to let go of our socks and slippers (slightly) we're not jumping onto platforms just yet, but slippers are good middle ground. Simply scrolling through Instagram will make you want to add Prada's pair to your cart right away. However, there are plenty of other options for budget-conscious customers.
My co-editor Lauren told us this up-close trend was going to hit the fashion scene, but even then we weren't ready. In sweaters, blouses, and even swimwear, wraparound ties appear on the waistline.
The S / S 2021 runways brought out an abundance of bright colors, but shades of green continue to dominate the fashion set. Whether sage, emerald or neon, the hue can't go wrong.