These Are the 8 Biggest Fashion and Beauty Trends for Spring

It's crazy to think spring is actually here—which means it's time to update your wardrobe and usher in a slew of fun, flirty trends.

After what felt like years of the '90s, we're pressing pause on thick chokers and sunflower prints for a new stock of looks inspired by the '80s, with enough fishnets and shine to possibly even please Madonna. Here's a look at the biggest fashion and beauty trends for spring 2017.

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The '80s, Baby

The '80s influence echoed throughout fashion week for spring by designers including Saint Laurent and Rodarte. But read this before you start reaching for a bright leotard and sweat band, because the looks this season are much more chic. And, there are so many ways to add a little '80s homage to your look. You could try a structured blazer with shoulder pads, fishnets or even a little blue eyeshadow.

A sneak peek at tomorrow's post #materialgirl #80sbaby ✖️✖️✖️😛

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Sweet as a Peach Makeup

If you haven't noticed on Instagram that peach makeup is going to be huge, you might need to pay a bit more attention to your feed. The hue is everywhere right now, thanks to Too Faced's Sweet Peach palette and Kylie Cosmetics' Royal Peach Kyshadow palette. Both sold out in minutes, solidifying this trend for spring. What we love most is that peach can flatter every skin type! Wear it on the eyes, lips and cheeks individually, or all together for a monochromatic look.

You can never go wrong with #theroyalpeachpalette

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Sexy glow for any complexion. #regram @mrslanglam #tfsweetpeach #toofaced

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Show Your Shoulder

Off-the-shoulder tops were easily one of the most popular looks of last year. And while we don't plan on retiring that silhouette just yet because it's just too cute, there is a new look in town: the one shoulder. Shown by designers for both tops and dresses, the one shoulder silhouette is going to start popping up everywhere, so get on it stat!

V I B E Z ☀️ #ootd #model #fashion #spring #summer #sunny #skirt #shirt #oneshoulder

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One shoulder sweater @burberry 🖤

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Embellished Bags and Bag Straps

Rhinestones, studs, and bows—just about everything is adorning bags these days thanks to Alesandro Michele at Gucci. The embellished bag trend has been around for a minute, and it's sticking around for now. It's even making its way up the bags with accessorized straps at Rebecca Minkoff. This is a great way to add personality to even the most basic of outfits.

when your 💼 game is 💪.

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❤️is 💙is 💜. #myrm

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Hello Yellow

Yellow is making a major splash this spring. Expect to see everything—and we mean everything—coated in canary shades ranging from pale, muted yellows to neon. We plan on easing into this color with a soft, yellow dress fit for a Roman Holiday.

Dream dresses. Create a dressed-up moment worth remembering.

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It's Friday, wear an oversized blazer. 📷 @reedyoung Makeup @cygmakeup Hair @josephmaine

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Mad for Mules

Your feet can rest assured, because spring is all about the mule. A mule is a super comfortable slide with a chunky heel and typically an open toe. Mules show off a pretty pedi and look awesome with dresses, pants, even shorts!

Navy Blue Tassels 〰 #kyrakenja #shoulderbag #slides #fashion #beauty #styleblogger #mules #beauty #wiw

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Eclecticism

After seasons of minimalism and getting down to the basics, this spring is all about having fun with fashion. Whether it's mixing prints, shopping vintage, or trying out unusual accessories, this spring is all about finding yourself and expressing your individually. Take chances, have fun, and don't be afraid to look different.

 

Wrap it Up

Scarves have slowly been creeping their way back into fashion. It started with bandanas, and now scarves, handkerchiefs, and headwraps are all the rage. Sure, you can tie it around your neck, but the options are really endless. You can tie it on a bag, wear it on your head, or even use it to flirt up a pony tail.

 

While we're on the subject of trends, HERE's what happened when one girl dyed her hair the hottest color of 2017.