Spring has officially sprung! Now it’s time to ditch the heavy coats and trade them in for one of the five spring style trends that are a must-have for these upcoming months! Now, don’t get nervous and think you can’t pull these looks off because honestly, anyone can make these styles work in their own way.

Take a look at the five spring trends that are definitely in this season!


1. Black & White Stripes

It's Beetlejuice chic! Black and white will always be in style and this stripe trend doesn’t seem to be going away, so why not combine the two? Go for the classic look with a stripe on the thinner side, like Olivia. But if you really want to stand out, the big, bold stripe worn by Chloe and Nicole is the way to go.


2. Cutout Dresses

The sexiest trend that can be found on any red carpet is the cutout dress. You can go for simple peek-a-boo like Kate and Miranda or show it all like Gwyneth’s black ensemble. Regardless, this look can add spice to any dress.

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3. Pantsuits

This isn’t your average business pantsuit like you may be thinking. Whether it’s dark or bright-colored, embellished or not, stars are putting their own twist on this simple look. Keep it simple but add a pop of color like Rosie, go daring like Selena or keep it laid back and fun like Rita -– there are plenty of ways to work this look.


4. Crop Tops

We’re no stranger to the crop top trend, considering this look from last summer is making its way back for spring. Christina and Miley keep it comfortable and cute in their cropped sweaters, while Selena dresses up the look for her Spring Breakers SXSW premiere.


5. White Lace

Honestly, who doesn’t love white lace? It’s classic, elegant and will work on just about anybody. Vanessa pairs two of our spring trends -– lace and crop top -– for her all white look, while Mila and Emmy go all out in their laced-out dresses.


Which of these latest spring trends will you be rocking this year?

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