Step Into Spring: The Best Spring Trends Under $20
Spring is the time of year that reminds most people of warm weather and the smell of freshly cut grass, and it’s also the time of year new trends are launched. Don’t miss out on these fun new fashions by channeling the runway looks into affordable, yet adorable, pieces.
1. Bold Stripes
Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs all debuted this fashion trend for spring. Whether stripes are worn with denim, for an “all-American” look, or navy, for a nautical look, this style can be worn for seasons to come.
Top Pick: Vertical Striped Shorts
Spring is usually associated with light colors, and this year is no different. The pastels that took over the runway and are here to stay, especially the ever classic Tiffany blue. Pastels can be worn all over or as a statement piece to brighten up an outfit.
Top Pick: Crew Neck Pocket Tee
Clothing items with cut-out designs have become huge this season, and this look is not going anywhere anytime soon. Cut-outs can be worn for a flirty daytime look or a daring nighttime outfit that’s bound to turn heads.
Top Pick: Hi-Lo Dress With Cut-Out Midriff
4. Statement Sunglasses
Standout sunglasses are a fun and simple way to add a runway feel to everyday outfits. Sunglasses, in addition to being a fashionable way to protect eyes from UV rays, are also an inexpensive way to accessorize an outfit.
Top Pick: Vintage Retro Style Sunglasses
5. Beautiful Beading
Beading can sometimes read as too “costume.” But the right amount of beading can make an outfit stand out in a crowd without looking like it’s Halloween. The best part is that a beaded item of clothing can be dressed up with heels and a fierce leather jacket or dressed down with flats or sandals.
Top Pick: Embellished Crepe Skirt
Taking a cue from nature, which leaves harsh weather behind for sweeter spring days, trade in dark colors and thick jackets for bright colors and shorts. With these spring fashion trends, anyone can keep up with the latest styles while staying on budget.
By: Darcy Trauger | Image: Source