Tuesday Ten: May Style Tips

Every month I am continually impressed and inspired by new trends that are taking the style world by storm. 2017 has proven to be the year of the romantic. With ruffle details here, floral details there, and a whole lot of flattering and fluttering sundresses in between, I really can’t get enough! Don’t even get me started with all the fun and bold accessories. Pom pom embellished shoes and jewelry are at the top of my list followed by straw bags perfect for brunch or a day at the beach. I’d usually want to jump straight to summer by now, but spring is proving to be a strong contender when it comes to trends. Below I’ve handpicked 10 style bloggers that are crushing the spring style game and I hope you’re as inspired by their outfits as I am. Take a peek…

All ruffled up

1. Get ruffled up.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Ruffle details can do no wrong. Coco of Millennielle is letting her striped top do the talking with simple accessories and a classic shoulder bag. This is an everyday look that I can get behind. 

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Maxied out

2. Maxied out.
Maxi dresses are proving to be a spring staple and I can’t get enough of this gingham number. Taylor of Little Blonde Book is ready for the sunny days ahead, adorable straw bag and all. Picnic anyone? 

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Printed perfection

3. Printed perfection.
One piece of fashion advice that I still carry with me? Always play with patterns! Paola of Finding Paola paired her printed pants with a bold pair of leopard flats to create the ultimate ensemble. 

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Small details, big impact

4. Small details, big impact.
Seemingly small embellishments can really elevate an outfit. Christine of Hello Fashion Blog knows what I’m talking about! Between the tiny pearls on her dress’s hem to her pom pom heels, these small details create something beautifully unique. 

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Eyelet on the prize

5. Eyelet on the prize.
There are so many things that I love about this next outfit. Between her pom pom earrings, one shoulder eyelet top, and striped pants, Jillian of Rhyme & Reason is the definition of preppy perfection. Pucker up with red lips and a straw clutch, and you’re off to the seaside. 

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Relaxed is the new chic

6. Relaxed is the new chic.
Some days just call for a classic pair of Levi’s and a button-up shirt. Talisa of Badlands takes cool and casual up a notch with her black pumps and lace-up top. I’m seriously considering making this my new uniform. 

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Fun and functional straw bag

7. Find a fun and functional straw bag.
Straw bags are standing in the trend spotlight this season. Gone are the days of just toting your straw bag to and from the beach or a family picnic. Kate of Lonestar Southern is proving just how chic this bag can be with any ensemble. 

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Lovely layers

8. Lovely layers.
Fun fact: layers aren’t just for winter. A white T-shirt is a maxi dress’s best friend this season. Camille of Camille Over The Rainbow adds some casual accents to her textured maxi dress, taking street style up a notch. 

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Shades of spring

9. Shades of spring.
This installation of Style Tips wouldn’t be complete without a perfectly executed monochromatic look. Mara of M Loves M is the spring queen in her lavender ensemble. I can’t decide what I love more – her lace sundress or pastel trench! 

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Release your inner boho babe

10. Release your inner boho babe.
Yes, florals are spring’s best friend and yes, we should all own a pair of these amazing floral wide-leg trousers. Madison of Minimal Major kept her look fun and casual with a classic button-up and her favorite pair of round sunnies. 

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It’s safe to say that I’m looking to replicate each of these outfits ASAP.

Which one of these looks is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments!

XO Lauren

Shop This Story…

1. Millennielle
2. Little Blonde Book
3. Finding Paola
4. Hello Fashion Blog
5. Rhyme & Reason
6. Badlands
7. Lonestar Southern
8. Camille Over The Rainbow
9. M Loves M
10. Minimal Major