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Revisiting spring and summer fashion trends

What happened to spring fashion?

With COVID-19 and quarantine, it seems like we missed a season of new fashion. Here’s hoping summer brings a safer opportunity to slip into and show off some of those trends we were starting to get excited about in early March.

So, let’s revisit those trends.

Shorts suits. This is a fun, fresh way of updating a suit. The most polished option is Bermuda style shorts with a matching jacket but go ahead and mix it up with solid-colored shorts and a print blazer if you prefer. Also know that hot pants are back. They’re another option.

White dresses. It’s a given that we’re going to see white in spring and summer, but there’s something about a white, flowy dress this year that just feels and looks right.

Polka dots.

Crochet. It’s playful but can also look sophisticated. And it’s not something we see every year.

Big collars, feathers, ruffles and puff sleeves. Details count.

Bold and beautiful colors. Green, lilac, tangerine, lemon yellow, red, hot pink and Classic Blue, Pantone’s color of the year.

Retro prints. Bold florals and patterns look like they were taken straight from 1970s wallpaper or furniture.

Strappy floral sandals, square toe shoes, modern loafers, chunky chain necklaces, shield sunglasses and big totes. Just say yes to one or more.

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Max Mara shorts suits for spring.

Max Mara shorts suits for spring.

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