BY MEGHAN SORENSON
New season means new trends. For both men and women this season’s trends are inspired by athleisure, street style and old school 80’s glam.
Kayne West’s successful “Yeezy” clothing line has inspired designers to use neutrals, acid wash patterns and denim jackets come together to create a spring wardrobe for both genders.
For girls the new layering trend is all about wearing your fishnet tights underneath boyfriend jeans. Add a trendy tiny backpack to your outfit and you’re ready for class. For the boys trade your basic tees for a new old school band or distressed tee with a sporty windbreaker. Fashion has no gender.
This season don’t be afraid to be comfortable ladies. Athleisure is here to stay. Take out your yoga pants and running shoes, pair them with an acid wash tee. This Kardashian inspired outfit is perfect for class. According to Instyle’s website designers are pulling inspiration from the 1980’s.
Athleisure is also being embraced by men. Don’t be afraid to wear your clean workout clothes and mix them with school clothes. Sweatpants with regular tees and athletic shoes are a new way for men to spice up their wardrobe too.
Stores like PacSun, Tilly’s, Papaya and Forever 21 have started to carry old school rock tees. Get in touch with your inner rock star with your vintage rock tee, fishnets and boyfriend jeans to create this 80’s glam look. Change your bra out for trendy bralette or sports bra underneath a jacket or low cut top for a fresh look with comfort. Perfect for getting to class and being trendy.
Boys can upgrade their look without sacrificing budget. Take your old basic tee and distress it to keep with Yeezy himself. Pair this with a pair of jeans or a denim jacket to keep up with the times.
Graphic tees and patches are trending. Jackets and shirts now all have some sort of message to them. Let your voice be heard and layer them under jackets with longer silhouettes to create new fashionable looks.
This spring is all about being comfortable and drawing inspiration from your favorite street style trends.