Spring Color Trends to Jump Start your style

Like a lot of people we've talked to, spring has been on our minds lately. With more sunshine, warmer temps and the first chirp of spring birds in the air, I'm feeling the urge to change up my wardrobe, put away the heavy clothes, and bring out light and airy pieces that are perfect for layering this spring. 

 

The Inspiration

spring color inspiration

Our new shirts are inspired by nature and the freshness of spring. Ant we're giving you a sneak peek of our favorites! As well as simple go-to style secrets that will help you freshen up your wardrobe. 

From warm blushes and oranges, to cool grays, blues and greens, we've got you covered. We're featuring one of our color crushes of the season, Warm Blush. This color is everywhere, and why wouldn't it be? It's the perfect neutral to welcome spring. It's feminine, sophisticated and complimenting to wearers. Here are a few ways on how to work this color into your spring wardrobe. 

Color Crush - Warm Blush

Warm Blush Steal this style: pink fur jacket from H&M and satin maxi dress from Express.

Michael Kors These Michael Kors pumps are not only beautiful, they can be paired with many different looks. They are also comfortable to wear day to day. The pattern gives them a bit of edge, but still feel simple enough to be paired with a loose fit tee shirt and tailored jacket. Find them at West Acres Mall in Fargo at Macys.

Dress Up Your Look

We love to dress up a casual tee to go from a Saturday morning coffee look, to a  evening out look. The Pretty in Pink Mock Neck Tank is definitely one of our spring go-tos. This look can be dressed up with an ivory blazer, black pants and black heels, like in Olivia's look. 
We love the laid-back meets chic look Anna is wearing. She's glammed up her look by adding a satin pink mini-duster and gold sparkle flat.
Spring Blush Looks

Steal this look: On Olivia, Love Local Flowy Top, On Anna, Modern Minimalist Logo Tunic.

 

 


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