With spring rapidly around the corner, I have pulled together from CollegeFashionista.com my 5 favorite spring trends being worn by students at various campuses!
Trend 1- The Studded Handbag: We saw this trend grace the runways of a/w 09 on designers such as Alexander Wang, but our CollegeFashionistas can't seem to be getting enough of this grungy hardware for spring as well. If you can't shell out $600 on a Wang bag, try this option!
Trend 2- Mustard Yellow: Yellow just screams spring and our CollegeFashionista knows just how to pair this look right. Her feminine dress and oversized headpiece are a perfect spring ensemble for a stroll around campus. I'm loving this one.
Trend 3- Jeggings: As college students we are always looking for comfort and style. How could we possibly retire the "jeggings" trend, when it's so practical? My favorite pair of jeggings are Charley 5.0!
Trend 4- Trench Coat: After obsessing over London Fashion Week and the looks being worn by attendees (thanks to The Sartorialist) it's know wonder our CollegeFashionistas are donning the trench coat for spring. It's the perfect piece to hide a frumpy outfit for your 8 am Spanish class. Who agrees?
Trend 5- Lights for Males: Not just the ladies around campus are wearing pastel hues and light washed denim. Our CollegeFashionistos have stepped up their fashion sense and are daring to wear these soft color tones.
Tie-Dye and dip-dye were a huge hit on the Spring 2010 runways. Designers such as Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Calvin Klein and Blumarine all celebrated the ease and nostalgia of tie dye while styling it with a modern sense. This trend has been popping up all over campus in the form of t-shirts, scarves, tank tops, leggings and more! Don't be the last to pick up on this easy, airy trend! American Eagle has a great tie-dye racerback tank for only 19.50 that I'm in love with! … more
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