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5 Most Wearable Spring Fashion Trends

These five spring fashion trends are as chic and functional on the runway as they are off.

1. The Shift Blouse

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From L to R: Cynthia Rowley, Clover Canyon, Calvin Klein

The geometric silhouette of a boxy shift blouse is the new update to your standard T-shirt or predictable blouse. The just-above-the-elbow length in tangible textures and mesmerizing prints make a bold statement for spring.

Midi

From L to R: Christian Siriano, Alice + Olivia, Proenza Schouler

The midi skirt remains a constant for spring 2014. The feminine cut and hemline can take you from work (paired with an oxford) to a night on the town (paired with a midriff-baring crop top).

3. Luxe Sweatshirts

From L to R: Christopher Kane, Peter Som

From L to R: Christopher Kane, Peter Som

Sportswear has proven to be a game-changer this season. Sweatshirts break free from the gym and embrace luxe fabrics, prints and cuts with bright hues.

4. Wide-Leg Trousers

From L to R: BCBG Max Azria, Trina Turk, Rosie Assoulin

From L to R: BCBG Max Azria, Trina Turk, Rosie Assoulin

You’ve never had more leniency than with a wide-leg trouser. Higher-wasted trousers with a flare at the leg make for a universally flattering cut no matter what shape or size.

5. Mesh

From L to R: Elizabeth & James, Vera Wang

From L to R: Elizabeth & James, Vera Wang

From Vera Wang to Elizabeth & James, mesh was everywhere on the spring runways. Make it look fashion-forward and not trashy by wearing it over a black camisole.

Source: Glamour, InStyle 

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