Trend Report: Spring For Her

by Editorial

From florals to pastels, Washingtonian women show us how to wear the latest trends with flair.

Oscar de la Renta


Patterned floral dresses may come off as a garden variety staple, but this spring, runway style helps this trend transcend with delicate details and organic color palette. Evoke calm simplicity with vintage floral patterns in soft grays, yellows, and whites.

Juicy Couture royal juicy print dress ($198); Juicy Couture, Tyson’s Galleria, 2001 International Drive McLean, Va. 22102,

Arianny Celeste (Photo by Kyle Samperton)


Blazers, colors, and neons! Oh my! Color-blocking offers a bright way to hit the streets, combining brightly colored blazers, neon pumps, and primary colored accessories.  Not for the weak of heart, Washingtonians are taking this look from the runway to real life.

Kristen Guiter, Svetlana Legetic, Shauna Alexander and Sara Beth Walsh

Alexander Wang “Rocco” satchel ($875); Neiman Marcus, Tyson’s Galleria 2001 International Drive McLean, Va. 22102

Scott Permar and Jordan Culberson (Photo by Kyle Samperton)


If you’re still dusting glitter off from holiday fetes, try a muted take on the trend with metallic accents. Finish off a silk tunic or floral day dress with an eye-catching belt, drop earrings or a set of bangles, in this rich hue.

Alex Kariman and Regina Kholmatova, The 42nd Russian New Year's Eve Ball. (Photo by Kyle Samperton)

Alexis Bittar, Grey Gardens Bypass Bracelet. ($375); Saks Fifth Avenue Tysons Galleria, 703-761-0700

Ippolita 18 kt. yellow gold crinkle cascade earrings. ($1,750); Saks Fifth Avenue, Tysons Galleria, 703-761-0700

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