2014 Spring Fashion Trends

Spring is once again in the air. It is that time of the year when the colorful flowers blossom into their full glory and before you enjoy your much needed summer vacation at a secluded beach resort somewhere where there is sun, sand, and fun. Before you do anything else, it’s good to transform yourself into the best looking trendsetter you can be. Let’s check out the latest spring fashion trends for the year 2014.

The Spring 2014 New York Fashion Week featured street-style wearable outfits in pretty pastel colors. A rainbow of soft springtime shades mirror the vibrant colors of the flowers during spring season. Pastel colored clothing are so flexible that you can choose the most flattering color you like and mix it up with any silhouette you desire. Whether you wear board shorts or a sexy-CEO inspired dress, the variations are limitless when dealing with cheerful pastel colors.

Another colorful hue spotted in spring fashion shows is the color orange. This fashion trend seemed to be inspired by the popular new Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.” From ready-to-wear clothing, to clothes, bags, and shoes, orange is making a huge comeback.

Pyjama dressing seems to be making a statement this spring. It is dressing like you just got out of bed and people seem to be getting into this trend. Many celebrities have been seen walking on red carpets wearing nothing but pyjamas.

The moto jacket, which was a hit during the fall season, is crossing over to spring. However, you might want to add a non-moto jacket as one of your layers. The boxy and cropped silhouette comes in many variations of prints and textures. It goes well with a fit-and-flare or body-con dress as well as with tailored trousers, office-ready skirts, and your favorite pair of jeans.

Wide-leg trousers were very visible on the spring fashion show runways. They are easy to wear, billowy, and ultra-chic. This outfit is not just for the very tall supermodels. Check out for a pair of trousers that are leaner on the flair and has high waist to make you look taller.

Spring air can sometimes be chilly, so it might be good to