We’ll admit it — we love experimenting with the most fun trends of the season! Here’s one that’s definitely caught our eye: florals and stripes. Separately, they’re both great, but together they create a fresh and new spring look. If pattern play is the name of your game, the combination of graphic lines with feminine blooms is a must try look. Whether you’re pairing printed separates or closeting one of our two-for-one dresses, the styling possibility of these trends are endless. Check out some of our members trendsetting below for inspiration on how to make the work look for you!
Whether you’ve got tickets to every major music festival this season, or you just want to look the part, we’ve got the pieces to help you rock out in style. Inspired to try out the look? Closet from the festival style collection and don’t forget to share your best festival outfit snaps with #ShareMeGB for a chance to be featured.
We don’t have to look any further than our super stylish members to find the latest and greatest trends. You’ve got your fingers on the pulse—and on the shutter. Right now our feeds are full of the silhouette everyone is falling for: The Shirt Dress!
With Gwynnie Bee, you can try out the latest styles without the commitment, and we love to see our members experimenting with their style and trying something new. Our feeds have recently been filled with stylish ladies taking a chic and maximum-stylish approach to more minimalist pieces. We’ve highlighted some stand out styles on fabulous fashionistas below for your inspiration. Pack up your prints and statement necklaces for (and fill your virtual closets with!) this trend: Minimalism!
New season, new look! Black and white is a classic combination for a reason, but this season, it’s gone graphic. Bold stripes, dots, zig-zags —sometimes all in one dress!— add dimension and a dash of mod to a much-loved pairing. Read through on why it’s not only different, but a must-have this season. Closet pieces you’ll love from The Graphic Black & White collection now as part of our Spring Trend Guide, and read on for tips on how to wear it!
Flirty and universally flattering, the skater skirt lends itself perfectly to layering, which make styling options virtually endless! And since we are all pretty obsessed with the style, we reached out to three of our style-inspiration loves for their personal twists on how to rock the skater skirt this spring. Check out how Amanda of InTheThickOfIt, Sahily of Pretty in Pigment, and Brianna McDonnell of The B Word style the look, and closet from our Skater Silhouette Collection for yourself!
There’s just something about how hopeful the first warm breezes of Spring make you—suddenly, you feel a little girlier than you did buried under your layers of sweaters and coats. And that’s why we are loving the look of The New Romance as part of our Spring Trend Guide for Spring. Picture florals, ruffles, pastels, and dresses that make you want to twirl the night away. Closet the look now in The Spring Trend Guide: The New Romance Collection, and read on for tips on how to wear it.
There’s never a season where we don’t love denim, but this Spring is all about the full range of the blues. From crisp navy to bright robin’s egg to bold cobalt, there’s a hue for every style and occasion. And don’t be afraid to pair it all back to figure-flattering jeans, whether they are skinny, boyfriend or flared. Closet the look now from The Spring Trend Guide: The Blues as part of our Spring Trend Guide, and read on for all our tips on how to wear the trend!
We don’t have to look any further than our super stylish members to find the latest and greatest trends. You’ve got your fingers on the pulse—and on the shutter. Our feeds have been full of modernizing nostalgia and you’re buzzing about Retro Chic!
Gorgeous French model Clémentine Desseaux is equally talented off-camera, running one of our go-to blogs for lifestyle, fashion, and cooking, BonjourClem. And we are huge fans of her effortlessly chic, cool-girl style, which is precisely why we turned to her for styling tips. (Come on, who doesn’t want to look chic and French when she gets dressed?)