The Spring Trend Guide: The New Romance

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.


Spring Trends: New Romance City Chic Pink Passion Fold Flutter Top and Isabel + Alice Floral Printed Skater Skirt

This look was all over the runways for Spring, but translates oh-so-easily to real life. Perfect for any Spring party or event, this is an unabashedly feminine trend with a bit of an edge, thanks to darker florals and deeper colors.


Spring Trends: The New Romance Yours Clothing Skater Dress in Hydrangea Print

Got a bridal or baby shower on the books? A date with the Easter bunny? Spring flings galore? These are ladylike enough to be worn to any Spring party, but there’s enough edge that you could carry onto date night from your day bashes.


Spring Trends: The New Romance Gabby Skye Scuba Dress in Cascading Rose (coming soon to Gwynnie Bee)

Part of the romantic element is the darker side of the trend. Play it up with edgier accessories to keep the ruffles and lace from getting too sweet. Thicker heels, large clutches and rocker-chic jewelry paired with a bold red lip take these looks into new and cool territory.


Spring Trends: The New Romance City Chic Floral Lace Button Front Shirt and City Chic Cutout Vinyl Skater Skirt 

This is not your typical Spring pastel affair. Look for deep rose, saturated blues, inky black with pops of baby soft pink. And carry over those hues into your accessories as well.

Closet The New Romance Trend for yourself now as part of our Spring Trend Guide, and check out our other top Spring Trends: Graphic Black & White and The Blues

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