Project Closet: Debbie Wright’s Hot Trends For Spring

Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business!  Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!

Spring is here, the sun is shining and we need more of that brightness!  This Spring’s trends are all very wearable, and less out there with more practical shapes anyone can wear.  Here’s the inside scoop….

1.  Florals

Floral prints are fun and fashionable, and are available in shoes, blouses, pants, jackets… pick one piece and add some floral prints to your wardrobe.  It’s pretty and trendy, and even if you’re more timid with your style, add something small like a floral scarf to liven things up without going over the top.

2.  Crop Tops

The 80s are back, and with them the crop tops!  While you might think they’re for younger ladies– and they can be, since they can be sexy– you can easily make them age appropriate with a high waisted maxi skirt.  You’re not really showing much of your belly– in reality, it’s the smallest part of your waist, with just a little bit of peek-a-boo.

3.  Fringe Handbags

For bags, a little 70s vibe with the fringe is back in style, and it’s fun and easy.  The fringe doesn’t have to be neutral, so try out some fun colors– cobalt blue or yellow can wake up any outfit.

4.  Flats

Here’s another totally wearable trend– slip on flats are the big footwear trend right now.  They’re stylish and comfortable, so it’s a win-win!

5.  Colorful Sunglasses

Your number one accessory for Spring and Summer are sunglasses, but instead of going classic, why not have a little fun?  Try a yellow, purple, red or blue frame to liven up your bright and sunny look!

Debbie Wright: Hot Trends For Spring

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