5 Fashion Staples for Spring
While spring is all about spicing up your wardrobe with fresh, new pieces, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice comfort and practicality. The best way to create your perfect spring wardrobe is to transform special pieces in a way that makes you feel beautiful and comfortable in your own skin. This spring, take a risk with these bold pieces.
Stand-Out Mini Dress
Bright hues and unique patterns are trending this spring, and what better to pair these with than a simple mini dress. While a skin-bearing dress may seem intimidating, feel free to pick your favorite fabric, cut, and style that you feel most comfortable in.
While the idea of spring may inspire thoughts of flowers, sunshine and sandals, spring isn’t always as warm as we wish it was. Despite weather that may not be flip-flop permitting, don’t resort back to the same boring flats. Instead, take the opportunity to get a fresh pair of flats with a twist. These lace up flats add a touch of femininity and sophistication while still being versatile.
On warm, casual days, chill out in a pair of comfy, lightweight shorts. These come in many unique patterns and colors that are sure to fit your style. Pair these with a simple tee or blouse for a flirty, fun look. Not only are they stylish, but they feel just as comfortable as pajamas!
Whether it be a crimson tote or a yellow satchel, a bold, colorful bag is a must. Not only does it make a statement on its own, it can spice up any outfit from a white T-shirt and jeans to a sassy sundress. No matter your budget, you can find them almost anywhere from Michael Kors to Charming Charlie’s.
From bold floral prints or classic pinstripes, a patterned button down is a must. These are not only stylish, but also business appropriate, making your look go from day-to-night in a flash. Simply let your hair down, switch your flats to colorful heels and pull on your favorite pair of jeans. Easy, stylish and versatile.
Hannah Moran is an aspiring pharmacist and a semi-professional car dancer. When she’s not cramming for chemistry in the University of Arizona library, she’s either teaching color guard or binge-watching YouTube videos in her pajamas. You can find her drinking a hazelnut iced coffee or perfecting her Sirsasana yoga stance.