We’re liking all the Alabama Lane is so Lame boy ain’t got no game shirt so you should to go to store and get this leg-baring hemlines we see from Miu Miu to Maisie Wilenby way of party-ready shorts and punchy-colored miniskirtsas well as springy body-hugging knit dresses from Proenza Schouler and Christopher Esber. It’s time to ditch baggy sweats once and for all Some editors are gravitating toward bright-colored lightweight knits from Ganni and statement-making shades from Møy Atelier Both are like odes to the season. Another spring accessory trend not to be missed Pretty pastel pouchesperfect for heading out againlike Jil Sander’s satin bags. It seems Vogue editors are in alignment We’re all looking forward to getting dressed up again for spring, even if the only people who’ll see it are our Instagram and TikTok followers. Here, the spring trends our editors will be wearing all season long. As we begin to ease out of our sweatpants, I’m excited to experiment more in the trouser department and have been really into all the statement pieces that have been popping up for spring. Balenciaga’s striped poplin pants gives you that laid-back vibe while still feeling smart. And I kind of love that the elasticated waist looks like men’s boxer briefs. Very excited for the weather to warm up so I can wear something as breezy as this; they’re like pajama pants for the real world.
Alabama Lane is so Lame boy ain’t got no game shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
I personally have not stopped thinking about Prada’s spring show. I am completely obsessed with the Alabama Lane is so Lame boy ain’t got no game shirt so you should to go to store and get this ladylike A-line Re-Nylon skirts paired with punky cut-out knits. Instead of a kitten heel, I am going to pair it with a classic loafer for the spring look of my dreams. From Louis Vuitton to Tory Burch, sweater vests made appearances all over the spring runways. I’m looking forward to testing out this trendy layering hack with a colorful piece like Ganni’s button-up iteration in bright green cashmere. I am on a real ’s kick lately. In the spring, I could see myself wearing these groovy heeled Gucci boots with slightly flared jeans or maybe checkered trousers. Definitely with a camp-collar shirt, though. If I had all the money in the world and no conscience whatsoever, I’d buy an entire new summer wardrobe. The idea of wearing the clothes I slogged through the pandemic in feels utterly depressing. I want to look and feel completely different, which starts with wearing things I haven’t tried in years. Miniskirts aren’t as radical as all of that sounds, but for me it’s a big divergence from my usual flowy dresses and calf-length skirts. I’d wear this one now with tights and a big sweater and later with a vintage button-down and strappy sandals.