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Spring 2015 Trends

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This season there are a lot of fantastic genres of style with lots of overlap in trends - and we love it! Our L&B stylists have come together to break down some of this season’s most prolific fashions, share a few of our favorite new pieces, and help you bring spring 2015 to your closet.  We chose to highlight 3 of the most popular trends this season each with some of our newest pieces in store. Let's get started!

Trend 1: 

Flow-y fashions punctuated with sherbet-inspired color palettes, pieces cut with a ladylike appeal, flouncy dresses, billow-y blouses, bare shoulders and accentuated waist lines. A-line is the silhouette of the season when it comes to dresses and skirts, enhancing the delicate, feminine feel and girlish wonder that makes Ultra Femme the mother-loving trend that it is.

Trending topics: floral, lace, vintage-inspired, gold, druzy stones, beading, flow-y tops, sparkle, A-line, metallic details, sherbet colors

Ultra Femme Look One:

Not Yo' Momma's Mustard

The first thing you notice about this outfit is the color. Our trendsetters tend to gravitate to more daring color palettes, a move that is bold but a  fundamentally feminine choice. Other Ultra Femme style notes are the gold accents and swingin' A-line shape.

Catherine Melandrino Pearl Dress | Inez Crossbody/clutch

Ultra Femme Look 2: Well-placed lace

Lace has always been synonymous with femininity, but unique to the season is the color options. Tangerines and corals are extremely popular this spring and they pair well with soft, neutral tones to make sure the attention is right where you want it.

LAMade Harper Short | Bella Dahl Drape Back Top | Nakamol Bracelets

Ultra Femme Look 3: Be Dazzling

Pretty little shiny things are always in style, and this top is the best bedazzling we’ve seen since the nineties. Subtle, sweet and simple. With a silhouette that has always been lady-like, this look is grown-up girly. Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking. but we’re talking modern florals for the thoroughly modern woman. Think big, bold and unabashedly feminine. Florals: they're here for good. 

Dex Sparkle Top | Olive and Oak Watercolor Skirt | Nakamol Bracelets


Trend two:

Geometric prints, clean lines and bold color are the three main aspects of the Modern Maven. You may have not loved geometry class – but our favorite outfit equations are guaranteed to make you rethink your take on geometry...

Trending Topics: Graphic prints, color blocking Cut out, perforated, dark wash denim, Neon, geometric jewelry, minimal embellishments, minimalism, statement pieces, structural elements

Modern Maven Look 1: Color Block Party

One of the most now trends in fashion is colorblocking. Strategically placed, contrasting yet complimentary, bold and bright colors paired together to create unique looks on the Spring 2015 runway. If you're in search for a statement look appropriate for a business meeting directly followed by cocktail hour, this is the versatile look for you.

Catherine Melandrino Goldie Dress

Modern Maven Look 2: Perforated to Perfection

Out of all this spring's fashion trends, nothing is quite as breezy and punchy as perforated apparel. Poking holes in heels, cutout skirts and laser-cut dresses seem to be a reoccurring theme for the ladies —and we like it. We think you’ll agree this hole-some trend is just too 'perf.'

Bishop & Young Perforated Top | Hudson Nico Skinny | Inez Crossbody/clutch | Bourbon & Boweties Bangles

Modern Maven Look 3: Minimal lines, Maximum style

A DIY colorblocking concoction! Pick your favorite asset and highlight it with a solid pop of color or geometric print. When balancing the bold with the tame, use a neutral to minimize those areas you don't feel like flaunting that day. The balance it creates will make people think you're proportions are on point. Add some angular jewelry to complete the look.

Dex Shawl Top | LAMade Pencil Skirt | Lat&Lo Necklace | Lotus Stacking Rings

Trend 3:

Swirls, suede, and tons of embellishment. It's the biggest trend of the season, so you might as well set your Instagram filters to "1977." Billow in the breeze this spring as you take on the elements in style. the luxury boho trend is inspired by iconic hippie-chic looks, paired with modernized prints, palettes and patterns.

Trending topics: fringe, tassels, linen, geographic Print, distressed denim, light washes, layers, stones & geodes, beads, leather

Boho Rap Look 1: A Maxi Tye Dye For

Romantic and comfortable, the new boho look for spring 2015 is soft floor-sweeping dresses with creative funky prints.

Ananta Bamboo Maxi | Nakamol Fringe Necklace | Kris Nations Birth Sign Pendant

Boho Rap Look 2: Fringe Society

Fringe is by far one of the biggest trends for Spring 2015. You can sport the artful swish and swoosh of fringe in in a very boho way by pairing it with distressed denim- another rising trend this season. Perfect for a day window shopping downtown or on your way to an outdoor music festival.

Central Park West Fringe Vest | Bishop & Young Floral Top | DL1961 Florence Denim | Bourbon & Boweties Bangles

Boho Rap Look 3: Worth the Tassel 

A shabby-chic look wouldn't be complete without some tasseled attachments - be they dangling from earrings, necklaces or bags. And hey, didn't we see some lace in the Ultra Femme category? We sure did! Lace in every color from burgundy to buttercream is in this spring, but there's nothing more natural than pure, clean white lace. Something else that our stylists wanted to point out is that the 90's are also having a resurgence. Embrace those plaids and crop tops!

 LAMade Donna Top | Paige Trudy Button Up | DL1961 Florence Denim | Layered Nakamol Necklaces

If you're still unsure how to rock these season's trends have no fear - L&B girls are here! Since we shot these images last week we've received even more fantastic finds and we're excited to share them with you! We look forward to seeing you stop in either of our Grand Rapids or Grand Haven locations very soon,


 L&B Team




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