The new spring trends have me wondering about their lifespan. Do they have one or has social media created such a frenzy for new, new, new that trends have become fads? They say if you hold on to something long enough it’ll come back into fashion. They also suggest if you wore it the first time around you shouldn’t wear it the second time. Who they are and why we care what they say, is a mystery to me because I like to ignore their rules.
While I like to incorporate a little trend into my style to look current, I also try to avoid looking like a fashion victim who holds onto a look, long past its “due by” date.
Here are several trends that continue from 2017, that I’ll be wearing.
Statement earrings are an easy addition to a simple outfit. I love how they make an ordinary Tee and jeans look more polished. Be on the lookout for lightweight ones. Low-cost versions are as lovely as pricier options so shop around.
I came late to the disco party and wish I hadn’t. I love the fun they add to a casual look. I’ll be keeping my eye out for subtle versions because full-on disco is not my style but a sequined trim or accessory is. Look out for sequins showing up in unusual ways this year.
Tassels are more popular than ever. They’ve been a classic addition to loafers and caftans for years. Today they’re found on everything from earrings to hats and have solidified their look into mainstream fashion. Look for them on jackets, tops, hats, and accessories.
What are the constants in your wardrobe? Are any of them a “new” trend?
Thanks for reading and have a great day!
Affiliate links in this post may generate income for AWSL.