With the temperatures climbing, it is time to trade in your quarantine sweats for some new pieces. Keep in mind these projected trends as you go into Spring 2021!
- Low Rise Pants/Flare Jeans
The early 2000s are back and better than ever. Low-rise pants are making an extreme comeback. To complete your Lizzie McGuire inspired look, throw on some butterfly clips and a graphic tee. That’s not all; flare jeans are also looking to become a statement in your wardrobe. Check out your local thrift/vintage store to find some great, affordable (and true to the time period) options.
- Halter Tops
Halter tops are another recycled trend making an enormous comeback. They are a great staple for your closet, because they are extremely versatile. Going to the park? Throw on a halter top with some flared pants. Going to work? Throw on a halter top with a pencil skirt and a blazer. Going out? Throw on a halter top with some jeans and boots. The options are endless!
Not feeling the 2000s look? Head back thirty more years and get some inspiration from the 1970s! Among 2000s trends, the 70s are also trending on the runway, with patchwork being one of the frontrunners. This spring, try some knit patchwork tank tops or go bold with some patchwork pants and pair with some sandals or sneakers. Patchwork is perfect for casual days spent outside on campus.
From dresses to tank tops to sweaters to bikinis, expect to see crochet everywhere this spring. This breathable material has been a sure favorite for the runway this season. To maximize your crochet look, add a matching bag to complete the look.
- Vibrant Monochrome
Monochrome looks have often been associated with neutral and muted colors. However, for spring this year, vibrant monochrome outfits have been trending. Try out a vibrant dress and blazer for a night out, or a bold monochrome pant suit for work or school. Add some similarly toned accessories and shoes to complete the look!
As spring approaches, try out these trends to up your fashion game. Finish the semester strong while putting your best fashion-foot forward.