7 Spring Trends Anyone Can Wear
The amazing thing about pleated skirts is that they’re structured but loose, which makes them flattering and comfortable. They nip in at the waist to make your middle look tiny—and you can’t get much comfier than a swishy skirt. Plus, they're work-appropriate, but playful enough for weekends, too.
Pleats and a mullet hem (that's right—it's short in the front and long in the back!) fancy up Kate Seymour’s easy blue dress.
Anyone—we repeat: anyone!—can pull off the neon trend. If you typically stick with dark or earthy tones, now is the time to experiment with color. It’s best to keep bright clothes simple (no busy hemlines or details). A super-slimming way to wear neon: pair a lime or fuschia top with a black blazer or cardigan, and dark jeans.
We’re fans of Ginnifer Goodwin’s hot-pink frock. Why it works: her short hair and minimal accessories.
Nothing shouts beach chic like crochet—and you don’t have to live in California to sport this trendy knitwear. The semi-sheer fabric offers a glimpse of skin while keeping you covered up, making any outfit effortlessly sexy. Try a crocheted pullover with shorts for a universally flattering look.