Bring Fall Fashion into Spring

When preparing your look for this spring season, do not forget about your fabulous fall fashion purchases. Fall fashion choices from last season can easily be transitioned right into the new spring season. In fact, many popular trends for 2014 were some of the top fashion choices for 2013 as well, just with a new twist or fresh new spin. I am definitely not one of those women who changes out her entire closet for the new year’s fashion changes. So if you are like me, just utilize what you have and implement some of the best fall fashion choices we saw last year, and wear them right into spring to stay in style and on budget! My top three items from fall to spring are trouser pants, button down shirts and pattern pieces. Luckily, trouser pants were one of the top fall fashion choices for 2013, and they are one of the best new trends for spring in 2014 as well. Wide legged varieties are the most popular type of trousers to wear. So if you have a pair of wide legged jeans or dress pants, feel free to wear them right into the spring season with no worries.
Button down shirts were also a popular trend last fall, and they are going to be big again this year. Button down blouses, skirts, and jackets are incredibly trendy for 2014.
Pattern prints of any kind were big last year, including my favorite leopard print. They are going to be popular this year again as well. Including anything from solid prints to plaids. All prints are a go this year in fashion trends. So pull out your favorite from fall and wear it right into spring. I wear leopard print year round!! This dress is from the The Loft for $69.99.
Inspiration from Pinterest.

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