Five key fashion trends For Spring 2016
By: Heather McMechan Contributing Writer
Is it time to update your South Florida looks? Or maybe a little spring fashion cleaning is in order? I just went through my closet and said good-bye to my boots, cashmere sweaters and anything black. I’m so ready for pops of color and texture. But with my hectic schedule, I haven’t had time to read my latest fashion blogs.
I reached out to my friend Jelena LoveRic, who is the owner of LoveRich Boutique in Delray Beach. She has such a great sense of style and with all of her gorgeous merchandise filling up her racks, I had to have her share the spring trends for 2016.
Here are five key fashion trends for spring 2016:
- Cold shoulder & Off The Shoulder
The x factor! You will see more cold shoulder and off the shoulder tops hit the stores this spring. It’s the number one trend and must-have for your closet. You’ll look fabulous having lunch at Café Martier or hitting the local greenmarket.
- Pajama Dressing
Who doesn’t want to stay in their jammies all day? Matching sets are the pajama inspired trend this season. Chic tops with coordinating pants in all styles and prints are key to your spring wardrobe. This will surely make it easy when deciding what to wear.
- White Oxford Shirts
A basic for all year around. The white oxford shirt is a must have basics for your wardrobe. But for spring 2016, you can step out of the box wearing detailed shirts embellished with metallic trims or tie up shirts for a different look. It’s always a classic!
- Lingerie Inspired Day Wear.
Think lace, satin and silky for spring! Bedroom inspired attire will have you looking elegant at your next event or feeling sexy for that perfect date.
- Victorian Inspired Style
Big bell sleeves and floral prints are all the rage in tops and dresses for spring. Whether you’re having brunch at Café Luna or heading for Happy Hour at El Camino, you’ll turned heads with this trend.
You can find all of these looks at Loverich Boutique. It’s located at 2 NE 5th Ave, Delray Beach, FL, 33483. You can call for an appointment at 561-276-3045.