Sweater: Tibi | Pants: & Other Stories | Sneakers: Veja
Spring is technically 25 days away, but who’s counting? The polar vortex seems never ending and I don’t know about you, but I’m SO ready to wear warm weather clothing. It always seems like you wait until the first warm day to update your spring wardrobe—but no excuses—here are 3 spring trends to wear now.
Loose High Waisted Pants
I was styling a shoot the other day and someone on set declared, you know what I really need in my wardrobe? Some cool pants that aren’t jeans. If you’re in the same boat, lucky for you, you’ll be seeing a lot of loose high waisted pants this season. They were all over the runways but they’re still wearable, comfortable and also professional. You’ll be seeing a lot of cargo pants, which I’m not sure if I’m ready for again, but the tapered silhouette like these are right up my alley. I love that you can dress them up with boots or heels, or down with sneakers. In the warmer months, I’ll be rocking them with a sandal too.
Pistachio or Mint Green
This color seems to be everywhere. It’s a refreshing take on millennial lime green (which was the new millennial pink this past year). This minty hue is more generously flattering and is the perfect color to transition from these colder months into spring. It will totally freshen up your wardrobe this season and The New York Times even predicts that this “gender neutral shade” will go strong into 2020.
By the way, you may have seen me on TV recently wearing it and it funny enough coordinates with the celery juice trend this year as well.
This is a no brainer. Animal print always seems to be “in,” but it’s kind of obsessive this season. It’s not just one kind of animal too. Snake, leopard and even colored prints are our friends this spring. Go crazy and invest now because these will stick around for seasons to come. Case in point, I’ve worn this leopard piece every year and it never goes out of style!
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Thank you & Other Stories for partnering with me on this post. What I choose to wear and all opinions are 100% my own.
photos by Michelle Rose Photo