This spring feels extra special. After a year of wearing joggers around the house, we are finally emerging out into the world again! Here are some fun new trends for spring to put a little spark into your wardrobe!
Who cares about trends? Well, I do! I like them because to me it’s fun to try new things (or revisit old ones) and it’s a chance to feel relevant and part of the our shared culture. But I certainly don’t follow trends slavishly like I did in my youth. Here are 7 news trends that I’m personally loving and I think will fit right into my wardrobe. Let me know if any of these trends will be making their way into your closet this spring!
High Waisted Wide Jeans
I’ve been praying for the end of skinny jeans for years, and it looks like the fashion gods have finally listened! Jeans this season are straight or wide leg!
It’s been a year since the pandemic really started for us … and what a year it’s been. Now with light at the end of the tunnel, I thought it would be interesting to muse over the effects of the Coronavirus on the fashion industry and our own personal style as well.
About a year ago, the world seemed to stop and we all went inside our homes. It was a weird twilight time, wasn’t it? There was so much we didn’t know. Headlines were scary. Even an annoyingly positive gal like me was caught doom scrolling with anxiety, craving comfort food and comfortable clothing. It’s been the year of the jogger for sure. Athleisure, a section of fashion that I was previously not too interested in, quickly became the bread and butter of my wardrobe!
I’m always excited when Jambu Footwear comes out with their new collection for the season, because I know their shoes are the ones I’m going to be reaching for again and again. The comfort just can’t be beat!
This post is a paid collaboration with Jambu Footwear, a brand I’ve proudly loved and supported for years.
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