Spring 2024 Fashion Trends: 9 Looks to Add to Your Wardrobe

Bid adieu to the heavy layers and muted tones of winter wardrobes. It’s time for playful textures, vibrant hues, and whimsical details. Are you ready for a style refresh that’s as spirited as the season? Read on as our Scouted fashion experts share the spring fashion trends you should be adding to your closet right now.

woman wearing a purple beaded fashion necklace from Rococo in Dana Point and Costa Mesa, California

Beads are back.

Beaded jewelry has made a comeback and is an easy way to add personality to a spring outfit, Patty Praisler, owner of Rococo in Dana Point and Costa Mesa, California, shares. “The more the merrier!” Praisler says. “Stacked together or as a stand-alone statement piece, this trend is all about having fun.” She recommends something like this Chan Luu stunner, which features lavender chalcedony nuggets.

woman wearing brown top from Truluck in New Albany, Ohio

Get down with brown.

A hold over from fall and winter, beautiful brown hues are still just as hot for spring, shares Tish Miller, owner of Truluck in New Albany, Ohio. Earthy and neutral, these pieces evoke a chic timelessness, as evidenced by this shoulder baring tawny tee by Nation, that’s equal parts elegant and fun. Brown may just be the new black!

woman wearing denim and chambray set from You Are Here in Fort Worth, Texas

Denim for days.

Love it or hate it, denim has become a wardrobe staple no matter the season. Joanna Bennett, co-owner of You Are Here in Fort Worth, Texas, recommends paying homage to this fashion foundation with chambray pieces from the brand Alexis, which serve up that classic denim vibe in a lighter-weight fabric that’s ideal for warmer temperatures.

Beige fringe textured purse from Aria in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana

Feel your way.

Bonnie Dial, owner of Aria in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana, shares one of her favorite trends for spring: texture. “We’re loving neutral colors and all the crochet textural feels I can get my hands on,” Dial says. She’s also looking forward to raffia and fringe accessories making a splash this season. For more on this trend, check out Finding Texture: 18 Pieces That Add Interest to Your Outfit.

Woman wearing pink jacket and fashion pants from You Are Here in Fort Worth, Texas

A coup for color.

Warmer weather calls for a healthy dose of vibrant hues, and Bennett agrees that making bold color choices is exactly what’s needed after a winter filled with black clothing and gray skies. She urges shoppers to be adventurous when it comes to this spring’s color palette, skipping the more traditional pastel shades in favor of brighter options. Hello fuchsia!

Woman wearing handkerchief floral dress on woman from Rococo in  Dana Point and Costa Mesa, California

Flower power.

Fabulous and feminine, florals for spring are just as popular as ever. “Springy flowers make you feel like you’re on vacation everyday,” Praisler says. Whether you opt for a casual daytime look or a more dressed-up option, you’ll be coming up roses.

Forte Forte laminated silver metallic wedge shoe from Aria in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana

Go bold with metallics.

Seeing metallics everywhere? This go-big-or-go-home trend has us excited to incorporate a bit of glam into our looks. Dial suggests opting for show stopping pieces by Italian brand Forte Forte like these gold metallic leather shorts and wedges.

woman wearing Pistola high-rise cargo denim fashion jeans from V2V in Ann Arbor, Michigan

A nod to the nineties.

The 90s are back in a big way,” Tes Haas, owner of V2V in Ann Arbor, Michigan, explains. “Lots of styles reminiscent of that era in fashion continue to pop up and I‘m all for bringing back the best parts in a fresh new way,” she says. These jeans by Pistola offer an elevated approach to the utilitarian-based silhouette once rocked by comfort seeking men and teenyboppers alike.

Woman wearing a green knit clothing set from V2V in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Country club chic.

Whether you’re tying your cardigan around your shoulders or donning an athletic inspired ensemble, Haas confirms the continued popularity of preppy stylings for spring. Noting that cute collar accents and colorful knit sets are some of her favorite ways to rock this tennis pro-esque trend. For more of this trend, check out Modern Prep: 13 Pieces to Channel Ivy League Style.

Rococo appears in The Scout Guide Newport Beach. Truluck appears in The Scout Guide Columbus. You Are Here appears in The Scout Guide Fort Worth. Aria appears in The Scout Guide Baton Rouge. V2V appears in The Scout Guide Ann Arbor.

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