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I admit that I am sometimes doubtful when it comes to choosing the latest trends. For me it is long-term unsustainable impacts Keeping up with the latest It articles season after season – or the fact that some trends are not practical at all – makes it more difficult to get on the train. Nevertheless, when leafing through all the spring outfits in which our readers tagged us, I couldn't deny that not all trends are the same. something are really it's worth hugging. Our readers have proven that some of the biggest trends of spring 2020 are not only easier to style than you think, but also that some – I dare say – will be easy to wear in the coming season and beyond. Below are the trends our readers love the most and their tips on how to get them right.
It looks like this when we leave our hibernation Boudoir styles don't stay in the bedroom Come spring and frankly we are there for that. But I promise that editors don't just ask for corsets, suspender belts and slip dresses. As a Who What Wear reader Kat Hsu said to us: "I love to combine lingerie pieces for a casually sexy ensemble." But if you're intimidated by the look, Kat suggests combining your lingerie-inspired piece with "similarly colored pants for a clean, monochrome look accented by a colorful touch like a bright handbag or fun earrings."
Still not convinced to wear this bra around town? Let Kat & # 39; s twin and colleague Who What Wear readers, Kim Seidensticker, show it to you. She told us, "I think lingerie-inspired pieces are so fun to style for spring. I like combining them with oversized blazers or wide leg pants to get a look that is a mix of male and female. “That means you, dear reader, can achieve this look even in spring. All you have to do is make it work for you.
During the suit was one thing for a momentSomething about the spring trend feels groundbreaking. Daniela Moreno supports us on this feeling and explains: "I love wearing light and neutral-colored suits in spring because this gives the trends of the season, which are more flower dresses, a little masculinity."
Suits are really the most versatile spring trend, and no one does this case Niki Mallikarachi. She explains: "I like spring suits because they are so easy to put together and can be dressed up or down depending on the mood!" Business casual or polished, you can't go wrong with a spring suit.
“Suits are the perfect garment for spring. They are the gift that is always given. " Chiara Perera explained to us. No truer words have been said, but it should also be noted that the versatility of this trend is not limited to how you approach styling. There is a whole world of colors and prints with which you can participate in this trend. And if you're not sure what type of suit is right for you, take a keyword from Perera and try one Pinstripe suit this spring. It's a surefire way to break the trend.
For those of us who live in colder climates, the best thing about spring is that they can pull off the heavy layers and replace them with lighter fabrics. But no matter where you live, high-gloss satin is a fabric that everyone can leave behind for spring, and Allison Romero agrees. She noticed "I live in a climate that is warm all year round. Silky satin pieces are some of my favorite ways to go into spring and refresh my wardrobe a bit. "
"Shiny satin fabrics are my first choice to upgrade a spring outfit," says Sarah Butler. “Regardless of whether it's a satin top, a slip dress or a pair of pants, the luxurious fabric always has a refined atmosphere that I love. In order to keep the appearance refined, I choose solid colors instead of patterns in this fabric, ”she explains. Spring satin is a breeze.
Don't twist it: if the S / S 20 runways taught us everything, it's so black and white for spring can be brave. From stripes to Dot patternWe're fans, but you don't have to take our word for it. Francesca Carolina said to us: “I love black and white for spring because it looks so crisp. It also means that you are not limited to your accessories! "Whoever said black and white was boring clearly didn't see our readers' outfits.
If you're still not convinced of black and white for spring, be inspired by reader Hannah Hill on how to pull off this color palette for spring. She says: "Black and white prints are versatile and chic, but don't be afraid of bold silhouettes with an asymmetrical hem and perfect puff sleeves!" For spring, it's no more fun than mixing colors and different hems to bring the classic palette into the new season.
Green for spring? I can hear your eyes rolling. Although it's an easy cliché, from its earlier iterations of the pistachio nut The runway In order to shape this season, this color in all of its various forms has clearly not stopped growing on us. If you are not sure how to use mint green for spring, Meeka Hossain recommends adopting this color by combining opposing colors. "Make the dreamy mint tone more intense by adding a contrasting color like black," she suggests.
"You can't go wrong with green in spring," said Chainky, and we have to agree. But don't feel bound to use mint as the only shade for the season. You can still ride the trend wave by playing with other shades of green this spring. Ultimately, it depends on the color in which you feel freshest, and according to Chainky, “this particular shade of green has one tropical mood that brings some warmth. "Who doesn't want to bring a little tropical warmth into their lives?
At some point you have probably come across earlier versions of it Pocket trend. T.limp back to Fendi baguette or Dior saddlebag. ONAnd although these bags won't go anywhere this spring, you can expect a shift to a more individualistic approach to this trend. As reader Leena Ha told us: "I love shoulder bags from the 90s for spring, not only because they are so practical, but they give my otherwise grungy style a certain class." Whether you are like Ha and choose to adopt the trend based on your approach to style, or whether you choose an unlabelled version of this trend, the best thing about it Shoulder bags of the 90s is that it is something that you can integrate into your life on your terms.
What makes a trend really viable is its ability to be born again, to be born again and to be reintroduced into our lives. The shoulder bag from the 90s embodies this. It was popular before, it is popular now and it will probably be popular again. Even if you have no more trends after the end of this story, this may be the easiest to adopt as it is the perfect combination of timeless and portable.
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