Spring fashion is bringing new and exciting designs this year with bright, bold neon colors, color blocking and stripes that will soon be all the rage this season.
“I have been seeing that a lot of designers have bight color pants out right now. No one layers anymore, it seem like the less clothes you wear the more in trend you are.” Megan Saenz, a FIDM student, said.
Neon colors have become the face of this season’s color scheme. To make a fashion statement this season, pairing any two bold colors together on your clothes, with your favorite handbag and the finishing touches from accessorizing completes the look.
“Forever 21 is my favorite store because they always have everything in neon colors and color blocking.” Terry Asparza, 22, said.
With all these famous designers like Chanel, BCBG Max Azria, and Dolce and Gabbana with big name prices, you can find similar designs like theirs in affordable stores at any mall.
Marshall’s, Forever 21, H&M, and Urban Outfitters carry many similar designs, colors and prints you see on fashion runways made by top designers. There’s no need to put a hole in your pocket this season.
During spring we find ourselves wearing less clothes to keep cool as it begins to get warmer. To stay stylish and cool this spring pairing a lightweight pair of leggings with a oversized stripped flowing top is trendy.
“For me during the warmer season, I like to stay comfortable, trendy, and cool at the same time while wearing leggings and an oversized top.” Andrea Fitch, a FIDM student, said.
Girls aren’t the only ones getting into trend this spring season; guys are loving the new designs and colors as well.
“I like to dress plain and simple but I think spring is fun with the bright new colors they come out with.” Robert Tan, 20, said.
Clothing stores that attract more male attention such as Zumiez, PacSun, and Denim Bar are following these fashion trends too by sporting bright bold colors in watches, hats, and some clothing.
“Bring out the shorts and swag out on the lawn with vans, long socks, and a tank.” Jordan Williams, 22, said.