With warm weather on the horizon, every fashionista has been eagerly awaiting the moment when they could unveil their new spring style experiments. WINNERS took the pulse of the fashion industry and predicted four huge fashion trends for this spring, and we passed on those tips to our Style Contributors.
Every Tuesday this month, we'll update this page with another fashion trend for this season, straight from another one of our style experts! Check back each week to make sure you're never out of the loop when it comes to spring style. #winnersfabfinds
Week Four: Jewelry
Featured Contributor: The Fashion Stir Fry
With her dazzling array of glittering jewelry, Busola Coutts has made one thing clear: She loves gold! And really, when we're talking about smart, subtle, and elegant pieces like the ones she has chosen to showcase, who could blame her? These stylish accessories are a far cry from the chunky gauntlets that your grandmother wore back in the day, but the most impressive thing about this look is that it finally brings back the wristwatch as a cute outfit accent! Have fun sparkling in the spring sunshine with these smart pieces of jewelry.
Week Three: Floral
Featured Contributor: Allure of Simplicity
Forget April showers; Aney Mei skips straight to May flowers with her commitment to eye-popping floral prints. She pairs bright floral tops with midi skirts and floral print pants to make a strong (and stylish) statement for the spring. Now go make this look your own!
Week Two: '70s Style
Featured Contributor: I'm The It Girl
The '70s live again through the style of Anya Georgijevic, who has managed to rock old-school cool within new-school fashion rules. From a silk jumpsuit to a bold pair of two-tone sunglasses that must be seen to be believed, she makes a strong argument for the total resurgence of 1970s fashion trends.
Week One: Denim on Denim
Featured Contributor: Some Velvet Morning
Crissy Fundaro effortlessly shows us how to work denim into everything from a casual weekend outfit (long live the denim jacket) to a workplace-ready power ensemble. And keeping with the name of the trend, she even shows us how to layer denim in a way that will get you noticed for all the right reasons.