2018 spring trends every fashionista has to try

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The sun is shining and the weather is warm. Spring has arrived, which means that it's time for a wardrobe change-up. Put away your winter gear and make room in the closet for hot weather apparel. Sure, the heat doesn't bounce off the streets yet, but that doesn't mean that you can't start wearing skin-bearing pieces. If you're a fashionista, you have to think very carefully about what you'll be dressing. Check Instagram or fashion magazines. What? You didn't have a chance to look into it? If this is the case, then you should better continue reading to learn about the biggest spring 2018 fashion trends. Not only won't you resist the temptation of embracing these trends, but also you'll break the bank just to have the key pieces in your closet.



Prints are available in so many patterns and colours that it's almost impossible to make a choice. Well, you don't have to worry about what to wear this spring because the only acceptable prints are floral prints. In 2018, prints are a little bit bolder. The spring catwalk presented us spectacular, primary-coloured prints. We're talking about daisies. Devoted followers of fashion will agree that this fashion trend is not to be missed. The look debuted on Mark Jacob's runway last year. Mark Jacobs envisaged a wardrobe adequate for a dream vacation, opting for sunny brights and daisies. The fact that the eponymous brand made use of daisies shouldn't come as a surprise. After all, it was the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Daisy perfume. Daisies are at the same time simple and beautiful. There's no reason why you wouldn't want to choose the daisy. For an elegant day look, select a bodysuit in bright colours or a bomber jacket.


Sequins were a big deal in spring 2018 fashion shows, starting from Chanel right to Gucci. Sequins are viewed as evening attire, being reserved for black-tie affairs, clubbing, and New Year 's Eve soirees. However, there is no rule saying that you can't wear sequins in the daytime. As long as you pair the sequin with a basic embellishment, it's completely okay. Here's an idea for a sequin ensemble: basic white tee, oversized blazer, and sequin pants. There are plenty of ways to make sequin pants look cool. You can wear the sequin pants with a denim shirt or a black turtleneck. Boutique 1 recommends your adopting the disco look and turning to Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Kaia Gerber for inspiration. It's a thought, isn't it?

Moncler coats

According to Vogue editors, we will all be wearing Moncler jackets this spring. It's true that the temperatures have begun to rise, but it's impossible to ignore how cold the mornings are. A Moncler coat comes in handy in the cold mornings and warm afternoons. It's lightweight, not to mention that the hues look striking on the streets. The great thing about Moncler clothing is that they can be paired with just about anything. You can put on dark denim or Hawaiian shirts. It doesn't really matter if you're comfortable with yourself. Don't waste any more time and check out the Moncler's spring/summer collection. If you don't fall in love with the athletic wear, then you'll certainly love the soft pink and white lace dresses. As for inspiration, it's a good idea to check out supermodel Kirsty Hume.


Fringe won't go away in 2018, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Fringe clothing pieces look more expensive and they can be worn together with all kinds of patterns and textures. Owing to front and center placement in New York Fashion Week, the textured accent will be in vogue this year. This spring, you'll see fringe just about everywhere. If fringe doesn't interest you, then you clearly haven't seen the spring 2018 collections. Designers like Alexander Wang and Christian Dior introduced the look on accent pieces. Accents were placed handbags, jeans, and dresses. Others, on the other hand, settled for Technicolor with layers. Now that you know what's in, get shopping. Perhaps you already have some fringe in your closet. So what? It doesn't hurt to update your wardrobe every now and then.

Strappy heels

Strappy heels are the perfect accessories for spring. Heels are fashionable and work professionally suitable. This means that you'll get the much-needed self-esteem boost. Contrary to popular opinion, wearing high heels isn't sexists. The reality is that wearing heels, especially strappy heels, is empowering. Heels change your entire look, making you look taller and slimmer. Strapless shoes are considered the hottest spring shoes from the 2018 runways. The footwear can be worn on special occasions. Nonetheless, you can incorporate strappy heels in casual outfits. For instance, you can pair some heels with a comfy jacket and a pair of denim. You can choose strappy shoes made from traditional leather or rope fabric. You can equally invest in a pair of shoes with metallic elements. Fashion designers managed to implement this trend and so can you.

Asymmetrical necklines

Asymmetrical necklines were seen at Isabel Marrant and Altuzzara. As you very well know, the asymmetrical neckline is distinctive, looking more relaxed and creative. We are thrilled to tell you that this specific neckline, which was popular in the 1980s, is one of the favourite trends of 2018. Get ready for freshly draped blouses and dresses. You won't be able to escape from them this season. This spring, major pieces will include more asymmetry, so you should better get used to it. The fact is that you should be excited about the asymmetrical neckline trend. Why? You may ask. Because it's wearable and you won't feel completely naked.


There isn't a woman out there that can't pull off the spring fashion trends listed before. It takes money and, most importantly, personality. As difficult as it may seem, it's possible to translate the runway into real life. You should at least give it a try. Get your hands on designer clothing and make seasonally appropriate outfits. 

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