Shopping | Getting Ready for Spring

12. February 2015


1. Blk Dnm Suede Trenchcoat

2. Topshop Trenchcoat

3. Mango Longline Waistcoat

4. Acne Studios ‘North’ Raw Denim Jacket

5. Rag & Bone Mid-rise Flared Jeans (similar herehere, here, and here)

6. No. 21 Culottes (awesome budget options here, here, here, and here)

7. Jil Sander Cropped Trousers

8. H&M Wide Legged Jeans (find similar here)

9. Maison Martin Margiela Sandals

10. Isabel Marant ‘Leo’ Lace-Up Ballerinas

11. Isabel Marant ‘Amy’ Gladiator Sandals

12. Isabel Marant ‘Boop’ Slides

13. Saint Laurent ‘Lulu’ Crossover Bag

14. Mansur Gavriel Bucket Bag 

15. Givenchy Antigona Bag

16. Mansur Gavriel Backpack

This season’s main and most wearable trends in a nutshell are listed above: Suede, flared jeans and anything reminiscent of the 70’s, denim everything, culottes, cropped trousers, all sorts of waistcoats, duster coats and trenchcoats, lace-up shoes, gladiators, and slides are still going strong. And of course I just had to list my favorite everyday bags for any season in different sizes, shapes, and for different purposes.

So as you can notice, I skipped some trends like fringe or florals, because they are not my cup o’ tea. However, which are your favorite trends and what are you planning to buy this season? Do tell.

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5 responses to “Shopping | Getting Ready for Spring”

  1. Lizzy says:

    A suede trench is at the top of my wish list!!

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  2. Theresa says:

    Being the denim girl that I am, I’m really loving the denim trends. And there is just something about a suede trenchcoat that I just think is so slick – you’d look awesome in one. But overall, I really am loving everything that you noted here. Can’t wait for spring! 🙂

  3. Viktoria says:

    so perfect collections!

  4. Liz says:

    I really like the navy trench, the crossover and the caryall bag. I try not to follow trends. I incorporate pieces that I would already gravitate toward. When I do buy something trendy I always try to make sure it is affordable and spend my money on the investment pieces that I know won’t go out of style.

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