New York Fashion Week was last month and we got a look at all of the trends coming out way next year. I think it's so fun to read up on what designers are bringing our way in the next season, but I don't want to wait until spring to try out these trends!
I challenged myself to create outfits to wear now that incorporate some hot Spring 2018 fashion trends.
I would love to see you create your own looks as well! There are so many trends coming up, I couldn't possibly cover them all.
So have some fun this week and take a look at some of the runway looks from fashion week and bring some of the elements into your outfits now. And let me know what you come up with in the comments!
Need some inspiration to get you started? Take a look at the outfit sets below:
Spring 2018 Trend Outfit 1: Fringe
Fringe has been going strong for a while, but fringe dresses were still everywhere during fashion week! Evoke the look of a 1920's flapper with a fun fringe-accented dress. I paired it with a coordinating collar necklace in rose gold and black over the knee boots to keep it appropriate for fall!
Spring 2018 Trend Outfit 2: Sheer Dresses
Sheer dresses were all over the runway and to be honest, I'm not sure how I feel about it. It's definitely a bold look that takes some confidence to wear! I love this black sheer dress with embroidered accents and I paired it with a black slip to add some coverage. For accessories, I added chunky black heels and a floral embroidered handbag to bring out the detail in the dress!
Spring 2018 Trend Outfit 3: Lavender
This lavender shade was everywhere during fashion week which makes sense for spring and summer. You can totally rock this color now too with the right accessories! I love this pale purple shift dress, and I think it's perfect for mixing feminine and tough styles. I added a leather jacket to toughen it up and to make this sleeveless dress more fall appropriate. Last, I added some matching lavender heels. Too cute!
What do you think?
What trends are you looking forward to? Which outfit is your favorite? Do you have your own idea for a style challenge? Let us know in the comments below!