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2014 Spring Trends: colors, prints & patterns

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As the end of winter approaches, think about looking your best this spring with these trendy eyecatching styles. There is no better way to ditch the icy winter blues than stepping out in bright and colorful fashions. What to expect this Spring:

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Watercolor Floral-nothing says Spring like flower, abloom!

Geometric Prints-create an eccentric look by mixing textures and patterns

Paisley Prints-mainly worn on ties or bandanas, this print is becoming a standout of its own. Wear it in a dress.

Rainbow Colors-a vivid spectrum of rays allow your true colors to shine through.

Tropical Prints-awaken your fashion sensibilities and escape to paradise each time this trendy style is worn.

Nautical Style-this timeless look portrays a breezy look.

Pastel Pallets-versatile and soft, these colors can used to create the ombre effect or mix well with neutral or bold colors.

Gingham Fabrics-a classic checkered print shows the right amount of feminine appeal. Step away from the traditional black and white checkered and go for a multitude of other colors.

Graffiti Prints-add some edge to your casual look with slogan tees and sweaters

The Blazer-tried and true, this staple can take any outfit from drab to fab. Opt for more vibrant colors to conquer the spring look.

Warm yourselves with thoughts from inside-out with these fresh new spring styles to look forward to.



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