With spring almost here, it’s time to ditch those heavy winter layers and dark, boring colors. We’re all waiting for the beautiful San Diego weather to kick in again, but until the weather finally stabilizes, a girl can only dream about all the lovely spring trends out there.
Luckily there are fashion blogs to help aid our dreaming. Here are a few that will get you psyched for spring fashion, and hopefully serve as fashion inspiration for the new season!
1. Fashion Freax http://www.fashionfreax.net/: The best part about this blog is everything is completely wearable. The clothes are adorable, and the outfits are perfectly put together. If you’re ever completely unsure of what to pair with that cute top you just bought at Forever 21, this site will help you figure it out.
2. The Sartorialist http://www.thesartorialist.com/: At first glance the Sartorialist’s photo entries seem a little strange, but this blog is all about being unconventional and original. It’s definitely more artsy, but if you’re ever stuck in a style rut and want to try something new, the Sartorialist is the place to go.
3. Fashionista http://fashionista.com/: True to its name, Fashionista is all things fashion, high fashion that is. A lot of their fashion photos are straight off the runway or red carpet, and their street style articles feature models and other people who work in the fashion industry.
4. Fashion Gone Rogue http://fashiongonerogue.com/: Like Fashionista, this site is also more high fashion. The styles are bold and more “Vogue photo shoot” than 8:00am class at Adams and Humanities, but still fun to look at, or drool over.
5. Bella Sugar http://www.bellasugar.com/: Bella Sugar hits closer to home. Even though they do have off the runway looks their styles are easier to mimic. Plus their articles are always fun to read.
Well, just in case you weren’t ready for spring, I’m sure you are now! Have fun trying out these new styles, and treat yourself to a little shopping spree while you’re at it, but try not to blow your entire savings account, you still have college to pay for.