1. Spring Trends: Absolutely Everything You Need From A-Z

Spring Trends: Absolutely Everything You Need From A-Z

Spring is on the horizon which means new trends to add to your wardrobe arsenal. Last season at the shows, we saw a vast array of color patterns; everything from white/black combos to vibrant pops of hot-orange. Prints ranged from bold graphics to classic chevron. We also saw fun accessories, like hardware-inspired jewelry and cute mini bags. With so much to keep track of, I’ve created this A-Z guide to cover all the essentials. Click through the gallery to see what Spring fashion has in store. Which trends will you be trying?

2. A is for Ankle Strap

A is for Ankle Strap

Ankle strap heels are super sexy and look great paired with shorts, cropped pants, and minis, a la Solange.

1. Madewell, $198
2. Tabitha Simmons, $498
3. Paul Andrew, $995

3. B is for Bermuda Shorts

B is for Bermuda Shorts

Style these relaxed-fit bermuda shorts with a linen blazer for a look thats classic-cool.

1. Mural, $48
2. Tibi, $298
3. Marni, $510

4. C is for Crop Tops

C is for Crop Tops

Balance out your crop top with high waisted jeans or a maxi skirt, like Rih Rih.

1. TopShop, $50
2. Tibi, $398
3. Emilio Pucci, $916

5. D is for Drawstring

D is for Drawstring

Once a gym class staple, drawstring has taken on a new sleek look. These printed shorts look great paired with a tailored blazer.

1. River Island, $30
2. Collette by Collette Dinnigan, $227
3. Thakoon, $360

6. E is for Evening Sheer

E is for Evening Sheer

Nothing’s sexier than a hint of skin for evening. Paula Patton has me convinced!

1. All Saints, $138
2. Helmut Lang, $579
3. Cesar Arellanes, $2,985

7. F is for Futuristic

F is for Futuristic

Take your shoe game to the next level with a metallic, futuristic touch. Add a white tee and jeans, you’ll be truly out of this world.

1. Senso, $175
2. B Brian Atwood, $395
3. Christian Louboutin, $995

8. G is for Graphic

G is for Graphic

Go bold this Spring with a graphic shirt. Pair with a neutral bottom and a vibrant shoe for an unexpected pop of color.

1. Equipment, $181
2. MSGM, $360
3. Chloé, $1,150

9. H is for Hardware

H is for Hardware

This Spring, hardware goes literal with accessories inspired by screws and nails.

1. Lori’s Shoes, $11
2. Cc Skye, $84
3. Sophie by Sophie, $135

10. I is for Iridescent

I is for Iridescent

Iridescent metallics will have you shining bright this season. As seen at Burberry.

1. Bird by Juicy Couture, $290
2. Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti, $479
3. Herve Leger, $2,240

11. J is for Jacquard

J is for Jacquard

Rich textures are an easy upgrade to your ensemble.

1. TopShop, $60
2. Opening Ceremony, $395
3. Alexander McQueen, $1,930

12. K is for Keyhole

K is for Keyhole

Sexy keyhole cutouts have taken on a new direction by gracing dresses, front and center.

1. Clover Canyon, $290
2. Milly Carlin, $425
3. Boy by Band of Outsider, $650

13. L is for Laser Cut

L is for Laser Cut

Never have cut outs packed so much punch. Proof? Kelly Rowland’s Oscar dress. Need I say more?

1. Witchery, $175
2. RAOUL, $495
3. Herve Leger, $840

14. M is for Mini Bag

M is for Mini Bag

A little goes a long way. Pack up you bare essentials, leave the excess.

1. J. Crew, $148
2. Diane von Furstenberg, $335
3. Tila March, $585

15. N is for Netting

N is for Netting

Clever netting and sexy silhouettes make these frocks an evening fave.

1. Love Moshino, $320
2. Alexander Wang, $585
3. Jason Wu, $658

16. O is for Orange

O is for Orange

This vibrant hue ups wow factor. Pair with a contrasting color or let it run the show by adding a neutral.

1. Henrik Vibskov, $95
2. DVF, $298
3. Sophie Theallet, $352

17. P is for Plunging Neckline

P is for Plunging Neckline

How low can you go? Beyoncé makes her case on the red carpet. Stunning!

1. French Connection, $180
2. Rebecca Taylor, $295
3. ISSA, $530

18. Q is for Quaint

Q is for Quaint

Put a twist on a streamlined pencil skirt by pairing it with a whimsical tee. Quaint and cute.

1. Dorothy Perkins, $25
2. J. Crew, $90
3. DSQUARED2, $400

19. R is for Ruffles

R is for Ruffles

Give your footwear a girly new upgrade.

1. Nine West, $129
2. Laurence Dacade, $422
3. Charlotte Olympia, $980

20. S is for Snapback

S is for Snapback

Baseball caps are the quickest way to give your outfit an athletic spin. Rock them with blazers and dresses for an unexpected look.

1. Tillys, $10
2. Biltmore for Madewell, $24
3. Modekungen, $54

21. T is for Tailored

T is for Tailored

Blazers give any outfit instant posh. Play with pretty pastels this Spring season.

1. Dorothy Perkins, $79
2. Rag & Bone, $535
3. Chloe, $1,360

22. U is for Utilitarian

U is for Utilitarian

Armed for battle? Add a red pump to really make a statement.

1. Laurel, $250
2. Belstaff, $500
3. Emilio Pucci, $1,396

23. V is for Varsity

V is for Varsity

Pair a varsity jacket with a pair of sleek shorts for weekend brunch.

1. TopShop, $90
2. Rag & Bone, $795
3. Paul Smith, $1,065

24. W is for White/Black

W is for White/Black

As seen on Oscar de la Renta, black and white combos embody classic sophistication.

1. By Malene Birger Higon, $195
2. Jason Wu, $895
3. Rag & Bone, $329

25. X is for X-Ray

X is for X-Ray

Layer over a black bra or cami for a sexy evening look.

1. TopShop, $72
2. T by Alexander Wang, $340
3. Valentino, $960

26. Y is for Yellow

Y is for Yellow

Show off your golden tan in a vibrant yellow dress paired with nude heels.

1. Witchery, $71
2. Halston Heritage, $210
3. Lanvin, $2,542

27. Z is for Zig Zag

Z is for Zig Zag

Show off your bold side this Spring with colorful chevron prints, as seen at Tommy Hilfiger.

1. Ella Moss, $150
2. Milly, $532
3. Missoni, $1,133

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