The transition from the winter to spring introduces lots of exciting trends to update your closet. Imagine a modern take on the daily uniform, a mix of practicality with a sense of freedom and airiness. But as fast as the trends cycle moves, finding a way to channel the vibes of influencers and off-duty models through your style in a sustainable way becomes difficult. Check out these five exciting spring fashion trends and how we can help you bring them into your wardrobe, all while staying kind to your budget and the planet.
1. Keeping it sheer
Show some skin with a sheer moment this spring. Try dressing this style down with the Raglan Long Sleeve Mesh Top while walking through the quad or wear the Goldie Bubble Top when relaxing in the gardens! No matter how you style it, you’ll be the most stylish and closet-conscious student on campus.
2. Denim on denim
Blue is obviously a campus staple, but this spring, we’re kicking it up a notch with double the denim. From the classic Canadian Tuxedo to the denim midi skirts and crop tops, the denim-on-denim look is an easy and effortless outfit to recreate this spring. Enter your Y2K era and rent the Ribcage Straight Ankle Jean with the Shacket Trucker in Iconic.
3. How low can you go
We never thought we’d see the day, but low-rise is back and – dare we say – here to stay? From low-slung denim to hip-hugging trousers, it seems as though low-rise is officially the new high-rise. Rent this look with the Liya Low Rise Boyfriend in Las Vegas and try pairing with the Cindy Crop Top in White.
4. It’s all in the yarn
Crocheting and knitting took over the lives of individuals looking for a creative pastime and now that obsession has moved to our wardrobes. The adorable intricacies of knitwear offer a great amount of flexibility and customization. Keep it light with the Crochet Cropped Bralette or layer up in the Ivory Crochet Cropped Cardigan for some extra dimension.
5. Corporate clean
With career fairs and job interviews on the horizon, a professional look is the perfect cover-up for when you’re still recovering from your Saturday night at Shooters. Instead of breaking the bank, think about renting the Owen Linen Blazer in Candy for your next networking event or the Shannon Pant when you need to give ‘hire me.’
Whether it’s sheer and bold or classy and put-together, Common Threads has a variety of styles and brands for you to rent from for a fraction of the price. Rather than turning to fast fashion brands to get the latest trend, try updating your wardrobe using our shared campus closet without harming the environment or your budget.