Top Fashion Trends for Spring 2013

Make sure you have these trendy styles in your spring wardrobe!

Spring is just around the corner and we can’t stop thinking about sunny days—and sundresses. As it comes time to update your closet for the season, make sure you’re purchasing a healthy, happy mix of trendy and classic pieces for your wardrobe. Lucky for you, we have quite a selection of both at Nitsa’s and Fashionista. Below are a few of our favorites that we’ve stocked our shelves with this spring. Come by and take a look; we think you’ll see something that strikes your fancy.

Ombré: It’s obviously still around. We’re taking the trend out of our tresses, though, and applying them to our pants. We love how the subtle change in hue draws the eye down our legs and makes them appear longer. (Who doesn’t want to look leggy like a supermodel?)

Pink and Peplum: In-your-face solids are so in season. So is peplum. We’re loving the light ruffle and statement hue of this pretty little number. The belt cinches at the waist accentuating your curves, or creating the illusion of them if you don’t have them already.

Flowy, Not Fitted: Tops that are more flowy than fitted are finding their way into closets across the country this spring. The bold geometric pattern and shape of this blouse screams to be paired with flats and skinnies. It’s flattering to most body types, and easily transcends from day-time shopping to late-night mingling with a swap of a shoe.

Sweater Weather: It may not be trendy, but that’s because a ¾ length sweater never goes out of style. It’s the perfect pairing for chilly spring nights (with jeans) or breezy spring days (with shorts). This soft mint sweater is a staple for every closet, and the cuffed sleeve gives it just a touch of something different.

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