Although it might seem hard to believe, given the fact that it's still the middle of Winter, the time for Spring shopping is upon us. And, with already stocking merchandise for the new season ahead you may be wondering what to buy for warmer weather.
Spring 2018's runways had a plethora of fun trends to choose from. But, with all of the chic options out there, what exactly should you focus on adding to your wardrobe?
So, to find out which Spring 2018 trend you should try, take the personality quiz below. Then, scroll down to see an outfit that incorporates the result that you get!
Here are the quiz results; remember, no peeking until you've finished the quiz!
You are no stranger to taking fashion risks, although you don't take your look too seriously. Your eclectic and free-spirited sense of style ensures that you always stand out from the crowd, and that's just the way you like it!
Fringe is the perfect Spring 2018 trend for you: it lets you express your sartorial creativity in a fun and fresh way.
For an everyday look that features fringe, pick out a neutral-colored piece (like I did with the jacket featured here), and pair it with a sheer black blouse, skinny jeans, and feminine ankle boots. Accessorize with a cross-body bag, some boho rings, and, if you're feeling brave, some tiered fringe earrings as well.
Your style is casual and laid-back, but that doesn't mean that you don't know how to put together the coolest looks. When shopping for clothes, you look out for pieces that make bold statements, and love a good designer piece.
That's why you should totally try the logomania trend for Spring 2018! It's an easy way for you to follow the '90s-throwback trend, as that is when logomania was most popular.
For a fun, logomania look inspired by the 1990s, put on a loose-fitting Tommy Hilfiger t-shirt and a matching red baseball cap. Next, add some destroyed boyfriend jeans. Put on a pair of white high-top sneakers and a fuzzy black jacket; finally, grab a sleek backpack to finish off the look.
Lastly, if you're worried that this trend is out of your price range, don't be, as you're sure to find logo'd pieces at your local thrift store.
You love all things soft and feminine, and your style is no exception! You tend to gravitate towards pastel colors, and prefer classic pieces to super-trendy ones that will go out of style after one season.
For Spring 2018, your go-to trend should definitely be lavender! This muted, girly shade is surprisingly wearable; from gauzy tops to structured skirts, there's nothing that's off-limits when it comes to wearing lavender.
To get a look that's youthful and fresh (as opposed to old-looking and stuffy), consider trying a pair of lavender jeans. Put on a breezy black-and-white gingham blouse, as well as some bright pink loafers, whose showier shade is offset by the jeans' softer color. Choose delicate and feminine jewelry, like opal earrings, a heart-shaped locket necklace, and a dainty bracelet. Round out the look with a bag that has a vintage-looking embroidered strap.
Your style is best described as classic-with-a-twist, and you don't consider any look complete unless you've added your own unique touch to it. You tend to be drawn to vintage or vintage-inspired pieces, and have a knack for making old things look brand-new.
'60s Florals are one trend that you should be sure to take for a spin in Spring 2018! Now, I know what you're thinking, so I'll just say it now: "Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking." However, these are not your ordinary florals; they are much bolder and brighter, and look great worn with solid-colored pieces, or even other prints!
For a quirky, retro-inspired look, put on a striking floral-print pajama-style blouse paired with structured pleated pants. Then, add some unique ecru shoes. Since this look is already quite daring, you don't need much in the way of accessories; a pair of gold statement earrings and some white sunglasses should do the trick just fine. Pick up a circular statement bag, and paint your nails a neutral shade of beige for some subtler contrast to round out the ensemble.
Which result did you get?
Does your result match your personal style, or is it something that is new to you? Which Spring 2018 trend are you looking forward to trying most? How do you plan on wearing it?
Let me know in the comments!