This month in New York, London, Milan and Paris, we've seen all of the looks in our spring 2019 trend report come to life outside the shows. However, we know that the tie-dye, neon, fringe and cycling shorts you'll see in street style pictures can be a little unattainable beyond the fashion week bubble. So which spring trends are the easiest to wear, and which will stand the test of time?
There are five spring trends you can easily incorporate into your wardrobe (and they'll be just as popular as leopard print and cowboy boots were this autumn): When it comes to the colour palette, earthy, buttery tones are surprisingly easy to wear, as you can layer lots of different textures and hues together and have it look considered rather than rushed. Also, boilersuits are the unofficial uniform for those of us who like to hit the snooze button one too many times. Scroll down to shop five easy spring trends.
The trend that has proved the most popular with the fashion crowd this spring is head-to-toe beige, which has also been referred to as #stickofbutter or #cupoftea dressing. This "boring" hue is actually surprisingly easy to wear. The key is to opt for oversized silhouettes. Also, try to mix several shades of beige and experiment with textures.
Slip skirts are the easiest thing to wear in this in-between weather, as you can wear one with sandals, ankle boots, a T-shirt or oversized jumper. The good news is every store on the high street has at least five takes right now.