Taking Tips From The Experts: 6 Blogger-inspired Trends To Try Now

If you're anything like us, you start your day sipping coffee while perusing your favorite blogs for a daily dose of style inspiration {doctors orders!} These ladies are the pioneers of the fashion world - they are the first to test the waters with the latest trends and push the boundaries with fun, out-of-the box looks. This season, we're following the lead of these ladies of the style blogsphere. Here are a couple of our favorite spring trends brought to you by some of the world's biggest style gurus to help you update your spring/summer look. 1. Overalls: Welcome back, 90s! These babies are back and looking better than ever. Take notes from Ivana and dress your overalls down with a casual top and booties or take it up a notch with a monochromatic, minimalistic look. 

2. Cropped top: 'Tis the summer to show off a bit of bare skin. For those of you not interested in a nightly ab routine, {we don't blame you}, emulate after DRK’s look with a cropped top and a high-waisted skirt!

3. Shorts suit: From runways to the streets, this two-piece combo has been popping up everywhere this season. Go bold with a fully printed suit or tone it down with a solid number. Either way, you can’t lose with this classic yet sexy look.

4. Boyfriend shorts: Steal your guy's style this spring and invest in a pair of slouchy, long, bermuda-style jorts. Pair them with your go-to white tee for a weekend up at the cabin or spruced up with a pair of wedges or mules for a night on the town.

5. Mandals: We know what some of you are thinking...and although the mandals may be one of the most controversial trends of the season, it's time to stop fighting it and embrace one of spring's hottest trends. Still needing convincing? Take a peek at Man Repeller and you'll be on board the Birkenstock train in no time!

6. Pops of neon: No longer reserved for hunters and ravers, neon is in the spotlight this season {in small doses}. Use these bright hues sparingly by pairing a pop of neon with feminine florals or cozy knits. After all, you don't want to look like a traffic conductor.