Spring 2013 Fashion Trends – Hot or Not?

March 29, 2013

in Fashion

Bermuda Shorts – Basically shorts that end just above the knee. I have to admit I like crops better, but I'm not a big fan of my knees. While I can't embrace the skinny version of these shorts, I like the cargo style.

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Black and White – This is a trend I can rock without having to shop anywhere by my closet! Black and white is always a good trend though I could do without the geometrics.


Cutouts – While great is you are J.Lo or Xtina, I don't see this as being all that practical for real people unless it is done at a minimum. One small cutout in a not so revealing place such as on the arm or shoulder.


Statement Sunglasses – This isn't a trend I will participate in. Yes, it is fun. I'm not this fun I guess. I think it just looks silly. Unless you are Lady Gaga. In which case no one will probably notice your glasses over your dress made from ceiling insulation and macaroni art.

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Bold Stripes – I have to admit that while not having been a stripes fan for most of my life, I do like some of these stripes. I like the varied widths but again, I could do without the bold geometric statements.


Leather, Flared tops, printed and pastel skinny jeans – Here is a 4 for 1 trend. Leather looks nice, but the cost and care really don't make it practical. These flared peplum tops just aren't flattering unless you are a supermodel with a 10 inch waist and 11 inch hips. Printed skinny jeans are just awful. I haven't seen a good pattern yet. Pastel skinny jeans, the jury is still out. I am starting to like skinny jeans more and more because of the ability to wear flats or show off your cute heels. Paired with a flowy top this could be good.


Short Suits – Not is you want anyone to take you seriously. Unless you are a barker at a circus, stay away!


Which Spring trends are you looking forward to wearing the most?

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Lindsey Renuard is a blogger, YouTube beauty expert, and the Managing Editor of the Skiatook Journal.

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