Runway image credit: style.com. We like to think a fresh floral print never goes out of style, but it was extra prelavent on the runway during the spring shows. Seen in a massive variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, it's obvious there are many ways to do this trend, which means one thing: it's never boring. Whether you're a pastel person or a deep hue lover, you're bound to find a way to make this one your own. 1. Halogen 'Mattie' Pointy Toe Pump, $89.95 2. J. Crew Sequin Firework Floral Pant, $118.00 3. Frank Lyman Bright Flower Dress, $225.00 4. Shyloh Floral Silk Top, $110.00 How would you style this flowery trend?
Runway image credit: style.com. Any combination of white and cream looks fresh and clean no matter the time of year. You can keep it sleek with similar textures or mix up, pairing a leather bag with a lace dress and cashmere scarf. It's really hard to go wrong here...no matter what you do you're bound to look chic. 1. J. Crew Vivez le Rêve Tee, $19.99 2. Solid Woven Cashmere Scarf, $58.80 3. J. Crew Evie Midheel Sandals, $109.99 4. Kate Spade Lita Bag, $198.00 5. JOA Lace Dress, $119.00
Runway image credit: style.com. When you think of an all-leather look, a rather drab 70s image probably comes to mind, all odd silhouettes and dingy browns. But not this spring, as Prada showed us back in September that all leather can be all chic. To pull it off in real life, use textures like accordion and crocodile to offset that drabness we were talking about. The result will be a fresh look that brings a usually Fall-reserved material into spring. 1. Karina Grimaldi Clara leather top, $306.00 2. J. Crew solid leather belt, $39.50 3. Paris Paris Leather Crocodile Crossbody Bag, $109.00 4. Sigerson Morrison leather bootie, $495.00 5. J. Crew Sunburst Midi Skirt, $148.00