Must-Know Fashion Trends For Spring 2017

Hello, friends!

I feel a bit silly writing about spring 2017 fashion trends when we just got another dumping of snow in Minnesota. However, regardless of the wintry weather, it is still mid-March. I will continue looking forward to warm weather and blossoming flowers in the hopes that they will get here soon!

If you are like me and ready to put winter behind you, read on for a a quick summary of the big spring 2017 fashion trends to get excited about:

Must-Know Spring 2017 Fashion Trends

Spring 2017 Fashion Trends


As far as I’m concerned, stripes are always in style. However, this season they have an extra bit of limelight in a variety of vibrant colors.


Khaki and olive utilitarian jackets and vests add an edge to the softer, more feminine elements of spring fashion.


See them highlighted on sleeves, blouses, and dresses. You may notice some styles with just a touch of glam reminiscent of the 1980s.

Floral Prints

As always, this spring perennial is making an appearance, primarily in the form of bold, head-to-toe looks. But really, anything goes.


Pretty little details on pants, jackets, and more.

Blue, Yellow, Pink

The runways for this season featured a lovely display of color, but especially shades of blue, yellow and pink. See the full Pantone spring color report here.

Stylish Shoulders and Sleeves

Shoulders and sleeves continue to be points of focus this season with off-the-shoulder styles, cutouts, bell sleeves, mutton sleeves, and more.


Hoodies and gym apparel…styled to be worn outside of the gym.

Shirting Re-imagined

The basic oxford shirt this season is anything but boring due to new silhouettes and creative styling.

Statement Earrings

Ears are continuing to get more attention than the neck as far as jewelry goes, and there are plenty of unique styles to choose from!


So tell me: what will you be wearing this spring?

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  1. Reply
    Peggy Horan
    March 17, 2017 at

    Yes to athleisure! Yes to stripes! I’ve been exploring my less feminine side lately with my style, so I’m really excited to try some ideas on the oxford and utilitarian trends. I’ll be leaving the ruffles, florals, and pastels for someone else to enjoy 🙂

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      March 18, 2017 at

      Good for you! I do like my florals and ruffles, but there is something very refreshing about not going the girly-girl route all the time 🙂

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