This spring season is chock-full of some of the most wearable trends we’ve seen in a while, meaning naturally, you are tempted to buy each and every one of them. If you aren’t made of money, that level of consumption simply isn’t realistic, but buying all of the season’s hottest trends without paying full price luckily is. Out of sheer personal curiosity, I went through the sale sections of some of my favorite retailers to see if I could find any of the spring trends on my list on sale. Guess what fam, I did. From ’90s cropped tank tops to light leather layers, I was able to locate over 25 items that are so on-trend for spring 2020 that it hurts. If this isn’t a major life hack, I don’t know what is.
Something peculiar happened on the fall/winter 2020 runways: We saw a lot of ties. Yes, like the ties a dad would typically wear to work wrapped tightly underneath a button-down collared shirt. When suiting started infiltrating the women’s ready-to-wear scene again about two years ago, we had a hunch it would be here to stay but didn’t know that all the extras would come with it. Along with the rise of big blazers and tailored trousers, we saw an increase in button-down shirts, loafers, and now, even ties.
Typically, when we see a trend on a runway, it’s not expected for it to bubble in the street style scene for another six months (especially with a trend as niche as this one), but somehow, the stars aligned and fashion week attendees were spotted all over the streets of Milan, Paris, and London wearing ties the shows setting the trend for
As I write this, dear readers, I’m sitting in my apartment, looking out on more snow than I’ve seen in years! I’m more than ready to put away my boots and sweaters, grab my hat and Bottega Veneta sunglasses, but this is a fun March surprise, I have to say. The DCGF is ready to think spring, and this season is bringing us an onslaught of gorgeous florals that will instantly update any wardrobe. If you’re looking to add one statement piece, look no further than Shoshanna’s Watercolor Floral Top, at right. I’m sure you’re familiar with Shoshanna more for her great cocktail dresses or swimsuits, but this blouse has definitely caught my attention for spring.
At $198, it is – like I said – a statement piece, an investment. Although it’s worn here with white shorts, I think it would look equally smashing under a gray suit, for … Read More