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Must Have Fashion Trends for Spring 2020

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Must Have Fashion Trends for Spring 2020

It’s the first day of spring and not only does this mean warmer weather, which is long awaited for those who live in the northern regions, it also means spring cleaning and more importantly, a wardrobe refresh!  What better way to spring forward than to put away heavy winter fabrics for lighter ones?  To kick spring off, here are four must have trends for Spring 2020.


The kaleidoscope of designs from tie-dye and abstract to vivid marble and bold brush strokes will be a key staple to any spring wardrobe.  So bring out that tie dye top – it’s finally back in style – or if you’re feeling creative, make your own.  Prepare for instant happiness.

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Image: Edgy with a feminine touch


Continuing last season’s love affair with the Renaissance period, romantic soft lace detailing and subtle trim designs continue to be seen on the runway. Easily dress up any outfit with crochet-trimmed jeans for a modern, pulled-together look.

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Image: A surplice neckline leaves room for a fun necklace while the tie detail at the waist ensures figure-flattering style


Nothing says spring like bright colors. Feel the sun anytime with a warm palette of colors including red, orange, yellow and pink.  Get inspired and find these colors in a mixture of 60’s-inspired motif. Plus, no spring closet is complete without floral prints.

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Image: Get a unique look with a textured tiered design skirt


Looking to stand out? Ornate crochet, ruffles and lace, along with cozy and luxurious fabrics, adorned the designs of Marc Jacobs, Moschino and Molly Goddard, which wowed fashionistas worldwide. It seems they took a page out of National Geographic, with dresses looking like bouquets of flowers or some exotic sea creature. Definitely out of the box!

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