Spring Trend: Flirty and Feminine

By Aniela / January 27, 2010

This year's spring trend is flirty and feminine! Spring is a time of renewal, especially when it comes to your wardrobe! We all just can't wait to shed our heavy winter coats and slip into something a little lighter and flirtier. This spring, expect to see a lot of feminine details, especially in tops. Here are a few of my fave flirty spring trends!

Spring Trend: Flirty and Feminine

Pure in White

white runway outfit

White is making a huge comeback this spring, so expect to see a lot of white pieces. Look for crisp white shirt dresses and silky and sheer white tops.


pastels on the runway

When shopping for your spring wardrobe, keep these beautiful pastel colors in mind. The top 10 colors for women's fashions were announced by Pantone at the Fashion Color Report Spring 2010. Look for coral, turquoise, violet, tuscany, eucalyptus, dried herb, pink champagne, amparo blue, aurora, and tomato puree.

Ruffles and Sheers

Pink Satin Ruffle Top

This spring look for unique-looking top that you can pair with jeans or pants. Ruffled and sheer tops are a great way to add glamor, sophistication, and femininity to any outfit.


Spring 2010 Pink Dress

Pink is back and stronger than ever. I'm super excited as I am a pink fan, so I'll be sure to stock up on everything pink! Just remember, don't dress all in pink…you'll just stick out like a sore thumb!

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14 years ago

Oh thanks for sharing I loved the ruffles and sheers pictured top and the pink dress below. I do hope I can find something like those in my size.

PS I amy going to leave the link to your place up on my blog after jumping out to see these. To cute. Maybe someday I can learn enough fomr you to start putting out my oqn style tips.

14 years ago

wow loved the pink dress.
ruffles are so in this season

14 years ago

Where can I find this pink dress? Who is the designer?
Thank you.