As the weather changes, the trends in fashion change as well. Every year there are different styles and brands that people become attracted to.
Fashion stylist Taviana Myles studied fashion design and merchandising at Wayne State University in Detroit.
“I’ve always loved fashion and thought I wanted to be a designer until one of my professors made me realize that I had a stronger passion for styling,” said Myles, who goes by “Tavi.”
Tavi has assisted clients for fashion shows, photo shoots and special events. She has mastered the art of styling high-end fashion with accessible everyday style.
Tavi keeps up with fashion trends by researching on the internet, fashion magazines, apps, and social media. The fashion trends that she says people can expect for the spring are polka dots, pastels, fringe, checkered design, white sneakers and more.
Blogger, wardrobe stylist, creative director and Columbia University junior ShaKayla Eaddy has loved fashion since she was a kid.
“I just always loved the fact that fashion was a great way to make you stand out and show your individuality,” Eaddy said.
Eaddy looks at Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar for fashion inspiration and to get new ideas. She also has her own fashion blog called Young Stylish Lifestyle, which includes outfits she puts together, her favorite hair products and even her favorite books.
Floral, pants suits, colorful and printed blazers, spring dresses with sneakers, bold colors and bell bottom/wide leg pants are a few trends Eaddy believes we can expect to see this spring.
Michigan State sophomore Kelsey Martin enjoys fashion and believes prints, co-ord sets, lose or oversized clothing and gender-neutral styles will popular this season.
“I saw co-ord sets were really popular in a lot of high fashion brands, specifically Gucci’s Spring 2018 line,” Martin said.
Martin explained that bright colors are always in for the spring season but that there will be an emphasis on either extremely bright versions of colors or muted versions like pastels. Classic style mules and slip on shoes will be popular opposed to the trendy choice of gladiator sandals, tie up sandals, jelly sandals, and more. “There’s been a decline in those styles anyway,” Martin said.
Stay up to date with the latest fashion trends by following Tavi, @_twistedstyles, and Shakayla, @youngstylishlifestyle, on Instagram.