Friday, March 21, 2014

Spring Fashion from Macy's

Spring has officially sprung and you know what that means, ladies-- spring cleaning your wardrobe! As the saying goes, it's time to be out with the old and in with the new. Want to know what's trending? Check out your local Macy's. I recently went there as part of the #macyscampustour and was so excited with all of the fashionable finds I came home with. Here are some of my favorite on-trend pieces for spring from Macy's.

{All of these looks shown above can be found at Macy's}

Mixed Media: I loved this look from Chanel's show this season. It's hard to be edgy and fashion-forward while still looking classy, and they hit the nail on the head. To get this fierce look, combine two patterned seperates (preferably with the same color scheme).


Hippie chic: If you prefer the more laid-back look, this is your season. Anna Sui's show was all about flower power. To get the look, think flowy dresses, flower crowns, and piles of jewelry. Bonus points if you have the guts to wear clog wedges.

Geode-inspired: I've always been partial to geode jewelry in it's raw form. I think it's so edgy and gorgeous before it's tumbled. Phillip Lim showed geode-inspired outfits on the runway, which are equally gorgeous...but I love the chunky statement pieces above to add that it-girl factor to an otherwise simple look.

Gladiator sandals: You will feel fierce enough to fight lions (or shut down the club) in these bad boys. If you're looking for simple sexiness, here's the accessory of the season. Shorter, more simple designs (like the ones from Macy's above) are great for a day look, whereas these Roberto Cavalli babies below will stop traffic in a LBD. 

Candy Coated Colors: I know what you're thinking…

But these aren't your grandma's pastels and florals. When done head-to-toe, it kicks floppy hats and spring dresses to the curb. Honestly, how is it that the more pastel pieces you pile on, the cooler you look? I genuinely don't understand, but here's some hard evidence from Burberry Prorsum.

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