5 Fresh Spring Trends // 2019

The end of winter is in sight and it’s time to get inspired for spring fashion! Here are 4 spring trends you can easily incorporate into your wardrobe starting now!

(Thank you to Sam from @sam11bam for this contribution, in partnership with the Editor-in-Chief, Nancy from @withnancypham. As well, this post contains affiliate links. The blog may get paid when you click on a link and buy a product, at no extra cost to you.)


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Pearls are not just your grandmother’s accessory. This year, they are making a comeback in accessories of all forms – bags, hair clips, shoes, and of course jewelry! Not only are the classic pearls making a comeback, but we are also seeing a lot more baroque, or natural style pearls. These pearls aren’t perfectly round, which gives a lot more interest and uniqueness to an accessory. 

As a jewelry lover myself, I think dangle pearl earrings are the best way to incorporate the pearl trend into your spring wardrobe as jewelry can be worn for any occasion and upcoming season. If jewelry isn’t your thing, check out pearl hair clips.

One good trick to get those beaded clips quickly, either go directly in store, or go on Amazon! Click HERE to get of the below deal – $10 for a pair 😉

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Neutral lovers, rejoice. This spring, instead of the typical pastel hues, we’re seeing shades of beige to suit your #beigeaesthetic. Think long beige coats, cream-coloured tops and tortoise-shell accents. This muted shade is chic and far from boring! Mix pieces with shades of beige and different textures to keep things interesting.


Surprisingly, we found some on Amazon as well! We haven’t got it yet but the reviews seem pretty positive, and especially for the price: $6 and FREE SHIPPING! Worth trying? And what we like about the one we found, was that it seemed pretty fluffy and big – reviews even said men could wear it. Click HERE to check it out, and maybe get yours?

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A little bit of lace goes a long way to add texture and finesse to your wardrobe. This spring, we’re seeing a lot of lace incorporated into basic items in the form of trims and layers. This could be a lace layer underneath thin knits, or a lace trim added to your basic tee or midi skirt. We’re also seeing some eyelet lace trim, which is a style of lace that is still quite structured.



Practical, but fashion. This trend is perfect for those love pockets. Think cargo pants, structured shirts, and jumpsuits. We’ve also seen it well styled with a bold belt!

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If you want a diverse piece, the utility shirt is a wonderful article to add to your wardrobe as it can be dressed up or down. I personally couldn’t get on board with cargo pants, but a utility shirt will give effortlessly chic and edgy vibes.

There you go!

It’s easy to get uninspired after a long winter of bundling up and wearing snow boots and puffy coats, but hopefully these trends and selections get you inspired for fashion this Spring. The best part is that you can can take away classic pieces from these trends to wear for seasons to come. Let us know which of these trends are you willing to try out!


If you liked this post, don’t hesitate to give it a thumbs up and to leave a comment! We love to hear what you guys have to say – and which trend you are going to try next 😉

Again, a big thank you to one of our contributors, Sam from @sam11bam for this contribution, in partnership with the Editor-in-Chief, Nancy from @withnancpham

If you’d like to become a contributor as well, send us a message here!

On this note, PEACE!


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