Spring has definitely sprung! It feels great outside and a new season calls for new clothes. It’s definitely time to put away the fur vest and take out the floral skirt. Spring 2012 trends are really all about certain colors more than anything. Colorblocking is still going strong, just with different shades and patterns. There is something this season for everyone.
Lady gaga was right when she said, “Mint will be very big in Fashion this Spring.” It’s everywhere! All variations of it and it’s not going anywhere. It’s just a cute, fun color. To me, it’s very girly without being predictable. Khloe K. is definitely serving all types of fierce with her zebra mint print sweater. It’s fashionable and just the right amount of color.
Floral print is not ground breaking at all. We see it every spring and summer – however, it’s still cute! It will never not be popular when it comes to the warmer months. Designers are definitely finding different ways to reinvent floral patterns in their clothes so don’t sleep on this print. There are literally thousands of ways to wear it.
Who else remembers the milky way pens that were popular in elementary school/middle school? Everyone had them. Pastel colors definitely remind me of my childhood. It’s so fun, adorable, and girly. Solange’s pastel yellow suit is amazing. These milky colors look great on any skin tone.
Where there’s mint, there’s tangerine this Spring. Tangerine nails, tangerine clothes, and tangerine shoes. This is another flattering color. From Dita Von Teese to Alek Wek, this hue looks amazing on any skin tone.
This trend is probably the hardest to pull off for certain heights. Some might find it awkward to wear this hemline if you’re very short. Lala’s bodycon dress is probably the easiest to pull off for any height. Also, hi-low shirts work well for everyone.
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