Spring To Fall Fashion Trends

From neon hues to animal prints galore, there are tons of stand-out trends this year that are just begging to be shopped. But amidst the flashy feathers and sequined accessories that take our social media feeds by storm, we’re eyeing the transitional trends that will take you from spring to fall in style–and of course, on trend. If there are any pieces worth splurging on this year, it’s these. So keep reading to find out which trends are sticking around this year!

Big Bows And Canary Yellow With ZARA

Top, Culottes & Heels from ZARA

2019’s big mood is all about being bold, regardless of the trends you choose. Details get an upsize, accessories are all about being seen, and colour is out of control. So for an instant and easy statement-making move, work this fall’s favourite bright yellow hues into your wardrobe! We love how yellow and white go together to create a fresh, crisp outfit reminiscent of the summer no matter the time of year.

Here we pair this soft, almost sheer yellow top with a pair of white denim culottes for a classic look with a bold colour update. We left the top’s sashes loosely undone for an easy daytime vibe, but you can tie yours into a simple, slightly undone bow for a trend-on-trend look!

Beige on Beige And Utility With Massimo Dutti

Cardigan & Utility Pants from Massimo Dutti

We’ve talked about the timeless stylishness of a beige-on-beige outfit. So it’s no surprise that this spring 2019 trend is making its way safely into the next season. With the sleek and subtle nature of beige, you can play with tons of styles and fabrics without going over the top!

Here we paired utilitarian style pants (which is also trending) with a soft, cozy knit button cardigan. The two different styles complement each other perfectly and come together even better in this beige ensemble. Go in with warm-toned accessories, or a classic brown belt to break up this monochrome outfit!

Warm Tones And Preppy Chic With OYSHO

Top, Vest & Pants from OYSHO

We get schooled on this fall’s best with the preppy chic trend. Think plaid, sweater vests and classic suit sets–it’s all about smart wear that meets streetwear. While the fall runways showcased tons of coordinated suit sets, we like the idea of pieces that can be worn apart as easily as they can be worn together.

To achieve this we opted for a classic monochrome vest and pants pairing that can be mixed and matched! The vest and pants make a great evening look that’s feminine with a menswear influence. But for this daytime option, we wore it with a warm burnt-orange sports top for an extra pop of colour that we’re seeing everywhere this spring.

OYSHO may be a fresh, new brand to hit our shores, but we know their pieces well. They’re the perfect go-to for trendy everyday pieces, as well as super wearable athleisure wear that you can wear from the gym to evening drinks! So get ready to shop some seriously versatile pieces this month!

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