Top Ten Spring Trends
We’ve got the must-haves that stars like Mary-Kate are already loving and that you can’t miss for the new season – for every budget! By Andrea DeSimone
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Always ahead of the trend, Mary-Kate Olsen gives last year’s gladiator sandals a flattering lift in a pair of Balenciaga wedges.
Forget boring pastels – this season color is reaching new heights. Try a vivid orange, like Diane Kruger’s 3.1 Philip Lim dress, or an electric pink!
Mod prints of last spring have given way to ethnic-inspired prints like Brittany Snow’s ikat YAYA AFLALO minidress.
Ditch your heavy black bags for spring’s warm beige and blush patent bags. Rosario Dawson’s Burberry Beaton bag is perfect with jeans or girly sundresses.
When the weather heats up, put away the dark denim and opt for something light and casual in a chambray-like shade like Sophia Bush’s Hudson jeans.
Finally an alternative to the mini! Vanessa Hudgens pulls off this long Lotta Stensson dress with a chic cinched waist. Try belting it to give more shape.
Kristen Bell transitions to spring in a modern, metallic trimmed Elie Tahari embellished neck top.
The clear Lucite jewels of last season have quickly dissolved into more concrete materials like metal and stone in chunky artful pieces. Check out Demi Moore’s Van Cleef & Arpels beaded and ringed necklace.
First bags and shoes got the dip-dye treatment and now clothes are following suit with chic ombré dyes like Thandie Newton’s flirty Matthew Williamson number.
Carrie Underwood shows the recession of 3-D rosettes from last season to the graphic prints on her Zuhair Murad gown.