Runway Style for Spring: Inspiration


We are loving the fresh looks for Spring, and the way they translate to everyday wear, too! Here are our favorite looks for Spring 2018 right from the runway, and how you can wear them soon!

Dark Denim: Tom Ford Dark denim never really went out of style, but it’s back this year with clean lines, contrast stitching, and jeans free of distressing and holes. Lots of simple, structured pants found their way onto the runway, and you will be seeing similar styles from budget retailers like Forever 21 and H&M. Look for high rise, straight and simple cuts in solid denim washes. Pair them with seventies inspired blouses and sweaters.

Bold Florals: Erdem: Pretty florals are making us swoon, and several designers are exploring this classic style. The dress above from Erdem was a runway favorite, and has lots of bright colors and interesting design features. You can replicate this look by looking for pretty pastels and accenting them with bold, contrasting colors like red, black, and royal blue. The effect is pretty and exciting.

Lavender: Valentino and Michael Kors: Purple was having a major moment this year, with pretty hues ranging from almost-white to mid purples, but most were light purple like the one above. This look is pretty, especially when you can find the right hue for your skin tone. There were sweaters and fringe dresses, even ruffles in the purple colors, but you can wear this chic shade in everything from cardigans to skinny jeans. If you struggle with wearing pastels, try wearing it on the bottom half of your body, away from your face, or in shoes and accessories.

Plaid: Ralph Lauren: Plaid was back, in menswear inspired styles. This can be made more youthful by wearing it in pencil skirts paired with fun heels, or in a trenchcoat or vest that you pair with an interesting, more casual top. You’ll most likely see plaid accent pieces and accessories, too, which will make it more affordable to try out!


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