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April 25, 2012
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Wearable Spring Trends

Have you been paying attention to the latest spring fashion trends? If not, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered from head to toe. This year, the runway trends are actually wearable for work or the weekend. From bold color combos to cool prints, you’re sure to feel like a fashionista in any of these new wardrobe ideas.

Bright Blazer – There is no better way to enhance your simple black work slacks than with a bright colored blazer. Make a statement in a bold crimson blue or solar power yellow.

Floral Jeans – Prints are also on trend this spring, especially floral prints. Instead of buying another pair of denim jeans, be adventurous and try on a pair with a print.

Pastels – Bold colors are hot but pastels are also making a comeback. Lilac and teal are very popular for spring. Before you hit the department store, check your closet for any pastel hues.

Colorblocking – This year, bright pink and red can be paired together. So can bright yellow and blue. To colorblock, all you need are two very bold, solid colored separates (shirt and skirt) and pair them together. This trend is hot!

Anything orange – Actually, tangerine to be exact has been named the color of the year! Too loud for your liking? Instead of dressing in tangerine from head to toe, choose an accessory for a pop of color.

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