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Top 5 Spring 2013 Trends

By Momfashionlifestyle @Fashnlifestyle

When I started my blog a year ago I knew I didn’t want it to be about runway shows and impractical fashion. I love watching Fashion Week, but I want to be able to incorporate these trends into everyday fashion. Are the Ready to Wear shows, really ready for Everyday Mom’s to wear? I think not. With that said, I still like sharing whats hot each season, so you can add random little pieces to your wardrobe to remain stylish. 

I am well aware that it is the middle of January, and if you are like most people in the world it’s Winter. But since it is almost 80 here, I figured I would do a post on 5 Spring Trends that would be easily incorporated into a Mom’s wardrobe.

The first thing you should know is there are a few trends, Prints {allover prints as well as graphic T’s and leather {faux or real}, will be carrying over from 2012 into 2013. 

Leather detailing is a great way to wear leather when you don’t want to go out looking like a biker, or Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. Examples would be a top, or handbag, or leggings with leather piping. I absolutely love this embroidered faux leather peplum by Zara {pictured below}.  I actually own the same one but haven’t gotten to wear it yet! It looks awesome with this pencil skirt. 

Top 5 Spring 2013 Trends.

Animal Prints are of course my print of choice.

Top 5 Spring 2013 Trends.

Top 5 Spring 2013 Trends.

Cobalt Blue is the “it” color for Spring 2013. This trend is an easy one to do… add it with a scarf, belt or handbag!

Top 5 Spring 2013 Trends.

Black and White. I love this trend because it is easily interchangeable. From your whole outfit being black, with the addition of white accessories… to a white top and black pants or vise versa…. there is practically a zero percent failure rate when it comes to this trend! Hey! You can even wear all black, and add Cobalt Blue accessories for the perfect Spring 2013 Outfit!

Top 5 Spring 2013 Trends.

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