The first day of spring arrives on March 20th. It is the vernal equinox, meaning there are equal hours of day and night. Therefore, the first day of spring can help us look forward to brighter and warmer days.
The beginning of a new season is a great time to explore recent trends. Spring brings us warmer days, flowers blooming, and an opportunity to dress in styles that reflect these changes.
This post will cover two of my favorite patterns that are trending for the spring.
“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” ― Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada
From PureWow, This Carrie Bradshaw-Approved Y2K Trend Was All Over NYFW, but We’re Not Sure We’re on Board. “Yes, for better or worse, Y2K rosettes are back.“
“These 3D floral details were huge in the year 2000, thanks in no small part to Carrie Bradshaw. Sarah Jessica Parker’s iconic character from Sex and the City spent pretty much all of season three (which aired in the summer of 2000) adding rosette pins to all of her outfits, making it something of a signature style. So much so that she brought it back for the premier episode of the show’s reboot, And Just Like That. And while we may not have been quite ready to join Carrie in her floral Y2K nostalgia moment right when the series aired in December 2021, we’re on board now. Well, some of us are.” Abby Hepworth
I’m here for the reboot of the flower accessory. I loved it in the early 2000s and will bust out my flower pins again for the spring.
Try floral earrings:
Clothes with flowers or a floral pattern:
From Rank & Style, Trending Floral Blouses
I love wearing stripes in the spring, especially a blue and white combination. It reminds me of fun boat trips; I tend to wear stripes on a boat.
From Purewow, The Boring Item That Is Suddenly Selling Out Everywhere. “One item, in particular, that is taking the high street by storm is monochrome striped jumpers. This is an item that will always be popular, and in particular, we love knits that combine cream and black and have an oversized fit.”
I love an oversized striped shirt.
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