It’s officially spring and that means we can put away our boots and coats… well, most of us can. For those of you still stuck in the cold, hang in there; the groundhog said spring was coming early. Since most of us are beginning to smell the roses, there are a few trends happening in the fashion world that you’ll want to know about:
You may have already noticed the flowers are beginning to bloom and the trend is happening with our clothes too. Florals are showing up everywhere and you’ll see a lot of flowery tops and dresses this season.
What was once old is new again–the off-the-shoulder top is back. This season, women are spicing it up and showing off their collarbones. Try pairing an off-the-shoulder top with some cute cut-off jean shorts this spring.
The stripe is going bold. This season, look for pieces with stripes to add to your wardrobe. But not just any stripe–look for blouses and dresses that have thicker stripes. If you already have some pieces with stripes in your closet, pull that out and pair your black and white striped top with some cute colored jeans.
Eye Care is Always Trendy
Something that’s always in style is protecting your eyes from the harsh rays of the sun. If you need prescription sunglasses, a VSP® Vision Care eye doctor can help you pick out designer frames and fill them with the correct prescription. If you don’t have vision insurance, check out affordable plans from VSP Direct™. Learn more about family and individual vision insurance plans at VSPDirect.com.
Your Chance to Win
And don’t forget to enter the “Frame Your Fashion” sweepstakes on the VSP Vision Care Facebook page. All you have to do is upload a selfie (without glasses or sunglasses on), and tell us about your style. Weekly winners will receive a personal style consultation, and hand-selected designer sunglasses. The grand prize winner will also get one year of VSP Direct individual vision insurance plan coverage, and a $250 gift card to buy the hottest spring trends. Enter the “Frame Your Fashion” sweepstakes today!
This post was written by VSP employee Jessica C.