Posted on by Alex Kudrytsky

It is finally Spring Time!

And what is a better way of celebrating this beautiful time of the year, than renewing the wardrobe and starting spring of 2018 with fresh, trendy, and WOW-worthy looks full of color.

In this article, we will help you to step up your fashion game and be the most stylish you’ve ever been!

Spring has barely started, but thanks to the Fashion Shows and our favorite designers, such as Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Tom Ford, Dior, Versace, and Chanel, we already know what trends to follow and what we should certainly avoid wearing this spring of 2018.

Now, let’s get to COLORS:

Bold Color - Saturated  is a way to go!

Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, and Tom Ford are infusing this spring with bright, loud, and saturated colors: Scarlet Red, Tangerine Orange, Indigo, and Magenta are attracting our attention this season! The palette of bright colors is endless - so is endless the variety of the possible looks created! From playful, fresh, and flirty, to formal with a touch of style (think indigo skirt with a white blouse, or fuchsia “head to toe” matching pants and blazer of a suit - an unusual, but quite stylish solution to make a business-meeting atmosphere a little less frightening.)


Pastels - totally predictable, but so much loved!

Tod's, Marni, and Celine are one of our favorites, when it comes to pastels. Spring of 2018 welcomes all the pastels, but such shades as lavender and dusty blue are the most fashionable this season!

Despite the thought you might have had when you just read about pastels - no, pastels are very versatile: you can create an endless variation of looks using pastel colors.

Pastels can create a light and feminine look;

Pastel clothes paired with darker accessories and shoes will make you look most trendy;

Monochrome prints complemented by pastels will give your fashion a fresher touch;

and finally, sheer clothing (read about the trends of SS ‘18 here) worn in pastel colors will make you look elegant and chic all at once!


Gender Neutrals - androgynous, timeless, and very modern; all shades of beige, camel, brown, and cremé are trending this season!

Michael Kors and other designers are introducing a new trend - Gender Neutrals. Although gender neutral fashion has been around for a while, this season of Spring 2018 is giving us a major inspiration and a boost of confidence: it is just the right time to try out new looks. And if you are a little bit nervous about experimenting with your style - this trend is perfect for you.  Neutrals look good almost on everyone; and if you’re not sure what will suit you best - don’t worry! Spring of 2018 offers us quite a few options: all shades of beige, camel, brown, and cremé are trending this season - try it out!


Can’t choose only one color? Wear ‘em all!

This season, our favorite designers, such as Balenciaga, Dolce Gabbana, Saint Laurent, Givenchy, are offering us a bouquet of trendy and fashionable prints - that’s right! Floral prints are back - in a new, better version! Darker motives in floral prints is the way to go: forget about light roses and camomiles from 2013.

Don’t be shy when styling an outfit with floral prints, but make sure to balance your look out with accessories and shoes - more is less (generally, black heels and modest accessories - or no jewelry at all is the way to go), for inspiration, we chose this looks to guide you in your fashion journey:


Heads up!


Black didn’t make it this season, so forget about this color for the next couple of months.

Grey, and Dark Denim, however, are in total favor of Spring 2018: try substituting blacks with grey or dark denim, and couple it with beige, brown, and cream-colored pieces for fresher *classic look*. Spring of 2018 is your time to change!

Now, when you’ve learned  about color trends of spring 2018, it is your turn to experiment, and create splendid looks with the color pallete of 2018!

Try out new styling tips and tricks you’ve learned in your looks, and share it with us using #CoutureSpy on Instagram and Facebook!

Have a story to tell about your fashion-journey?

Share it with us on Twitter using the same hashtag #CoutureSpy.

It is finally Spring Time!

And what is a better way of celebrating this beautiful time of the year, than renewing the wardrobe and starting spring of 2018 with fresh, trendy, and WOW-worthy looks full of color.

In this article, we will help you to step up your fashion game and be the most stylish you’ve ever been!

Spring has barely started, but thanks to the Fashion Shows and our favorite designers, such as Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Tom Ford, Dior, Versace, and Chanel, we already know what trends to follow and what we should certainly avoid wearing this spring of 2018.

Now, let’s get to COLORS:

Bold Color - Saturated  is a way to go!

Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, and Tom Ford are infusing this spring with bright, loud, and saturated colors: Scarlet Red, Tangerine Orange, Indigo, and Magenta are attracting our attention this season! The palette of bright colors is endless - so is endless the variety of the possible looks created! From playful, fresh, and flirty, to formal with a touch of style (think indigo skirt with a white blouse, or fuchsia “head to toe” matching pants and blazer of a suit - an unusual, but quite stylish solution to make a business-meeting atmosphere a little less frightening.)


Pastels - totally predictable, but so much loved!

Tod's, Marni, and Celine are one of our favorites, when it comes to pastels. Spring of 2018 welcomes all the pastels, but such shades as lavender and dusty blue are the most fashionable this season!

Despite the thought you might have had when you just read about pastels - no, pastels are very versatile: you can create an endless variation of looks using pastel colors.

Pastels can create a light and feminine look;

Pastel clothes paired with darker accessories and shoes will make you look most trendy;

Monochrome prints complemented by pastels will give your fashion a fresher touch;

and finally, sheer clothing (read about the trends of SS ‘18 here) worn in pastel colors will make you look elegant and chic all at once!


Gender Neutrals - androgynous, timeless, and very modern; all shades of beige, camel, brown, and cremé are trending this season!

Michael Kors and other designers are introducing a new trend - Gender Neutrals. Although gender neutral fashion has been around for a while, this season of Spring 2018 is giving us a major inspiration and a boost of confidence: it is just the right time to try out new looks. And if you are a little bit nervous about experimenting with your style - this trend is perfect for you.  Neutrals look good almost on everyone; and if you’re not sure what will suit you best - don’t worry! Spring of 2018 offers us quite a few options: all shades of beige, camel, brown, and cremé are trending this season - try it out!


Can’t choose only one color? Wear ‘em all!

This season, our favorite designers, such as Balenciaga, Dolce Gabbana, Saint Laurent, Givenchy, are offering us a bouquet of trendy and fashionable prints - that’s right! Floral prints are back - in a new, better version! Darker motives in floral prints is the way to go: forget about light roses and camomiles from 2013.

Don’t be shy when styling an outfit with floral prints, but make sure to balance your look out with accessories and shoes - more is less (generally, black heels and modest accessories - or no jewelry at all is the way to go), for inspiration, we chose this looks to guide you in your fashion journey:


Heads up!


Black didn’t make it this season, so forget about this color for the next couple of months.

Grey, and Dark Denim, however, are in total favor of Spring 2018: try substituting blacks with grey or dark denim, and couple it with beige, brown, and cream-colored pieces for fresher *classic look*. Spring of 2018 is your time to change!

Now, when you’ve learned  about color trends of spring 2018, it is your turn to experiment, and create splendid looks with the color pallete of 2018!

Try out new styling tips and tricks you’ve learned in your looks, and share it with us using #CoutureSpy on Instagram and Facebook!

Have a story to tell about your fashion-journey?

Share it with us on Twitter using the same hashtag #CoutureSpy.