As much as I love hunting for blazers in warm autumn colors at Goodwill, spring fashion is what sparks my creativity. Between the bright colors, fun prints, and beautiful textures, warm-weather fashion is like a breath of fresh air (especially to many Ohioans!). After spending some time browsing fashion websites for spring 2021 trends, I added a few ideas to my thrift wish list and stopped by Goodwill in Jackson Township to get a start on my secondhand spring wardrobe.
1. Straw, Rattan, Wicker Bags
We’ve seen this trend featured on the runway and in major retail stores over the last couple of years and this 1970s fashion and home decor trend is here to stay. Lucky for thrifters, this is a thrift store staple. Although many straw and wicker bags come in natural and neutral colors, some of my favorite finds are the brightly colored ones in fuchsia and yellow.
2. Rainbow Vibes
Think rainbows are just for little kids and toddlers? Think again! Striped colors and rainbows are making their way to spring 2021 trends in adult fashion. Is the original ROYGBIV too colorful for you? Try muted or retro rainbow colors or skip the rainbow print and stripes altogether and opt for colorful colors that suit your wardrobe.
Metallic textures are often associated with formal wear, but from suits to shoes, you can easily incorporate this metallic theme into your everyday outfits. This spring look for silver, rose gold, or even pink metallics to add a little shine to your looks.
Loungewear surfaced as the go-to trend during the pandemic and it’s not going anywhere any time soon. In fact, we’re seeing more fashionable options than ever before. If you want to upgrade your sweats and leggings without sacrificing the comfort we’ve all been enjoying, try looking for comfy and airy wide leg pants in spring prints and colors.
5. Statement Pants
Jeans and pants are getting more relaxed and less tapered according to spring 2021 trends. Look for wide flares, straight leg pants, or even palazzo pants.
Blogger Bio: Dina Younis
Dina is an award-winning thrift blogger, podcast host, and social media marketing consultant for creative entrepreneurs. The only thing she loves more than thrifting, is talking about thrifting. She shares her thrift tips, finds, and stories on the blog dinasdays.com; podcast Allow us to Rethriftroduce Ourselves, and on Instagram @dinasdays