While it looks like spring has finally arrived, unfortunately, we’ve all been asked to stay indoors as the world rides out the pandemic. And while we’ve enjoyed getting to work from home in cute loungewear sets, we’re ready to start dreaming – and shopping – for the days ahead when the world returns to regularly scheduled dressing.
Given all the uncertainty in the world right now, we could all use something to look forward to, so the next time you find you have some time to kill – and who are we kidding, we’ve all got plenty of that – why not start shopping for some of the biggest trends that you can wear in the days to come.
So whether you’re looking for the hottest trends to wear when you return to the office or you’re looking to liven up your work-from-home or grocery store run attire, read on to learn about this year’s most covetable trends that you can wear this season and beyond.
One trend that’s going to add some serious femininity to your wardrobe is romantic detailing. Picture pretty, feminine touches – chiffons, florals, daring necklines, and voluminous details that are the perfect balance of sexy and chic.
Shop now: Ever New Elmira Puff Sleeve Dress, $190
You’ve most likely already seen tie-dye printed sweatsuits blowing up on your Instagram feed over the past few weeks, but we’re here to tell you, you’re going to be able to rock this playful trend well beyond your apartment walls. Keep your eyes peeled for happy-hued and dip-dyed dresses, tees, blouses, bags, shoes, and so much more to give your wardrobe a much-needed refresher this season.
Shop now: Song of Style Tyler Top, $181.99
Soft sartorial is back for spring and while it might be a trend that’s borrowed from the boys, it’s been tailored for you and is feminine in all the right ways. The relaxed and loose fits and artful pleats are a much-needed revamp of the timeless khaki, giving you an instantly dressed up casual look.
Shop now: goop G. Label Seamus High-Waisted Pleated Pants, $650
This spring, boho styles are making their triumphant return and are making a bold statement with crochet dresses, fringe jackets, western-inspired booties, vintage florals, and free-spirited silhouettes.
Shop now: Desert star boots from Aldo, $160
The utility style is showing no signs of stopping, and this spring, it’s more refined than in previous years. Keep your eyes peeled for chic cargo details on trousers and feminine jumpsuits. Whatever you chose to wear, you’ll be ready to take on the world or head on a quick strut down the block.
Shop now: Pistola Grover Field Suit, $182
Another trend we’re excited about that gives a nod to the past is retro-inspired resort wear that will have you ready to book a getaway ASAP. Let’s be real, while it doesn’t look like you’ll be booking a vacay anytime soon, you’ll at least be able to dress like you’re headed on a tropical vacation with this trend which welcomes warm hues, bold contrasting prints, and matching sets in breezy fabrics.
Shop now: Gia Blouse from Ellie Mae, $325
While pastels in spring are far from groundbreaking, gelato-inspired shades will be a mainstay in your wardrobe and, thankfully, a trend you’ll be wearing well into summer. Be on the lookout for new hues like soft strawberry, pistachio, mint, melon, and lilac.
Shop now: Gellar Top from Reformation, $108
As soon as the weather warms up, we love incorporating more neutral hues into our wardrobes and this season we’ll be reaching for the warm, baked tones that remind us of summer. Think khaki and tan tones that are easy to style with pieces you already own and give a chic touch to any outfit.