From the color of the moment to the latest It bag, we’ve rounded up the most important trends for spring 2018. And the best part? We’ve found the variations at prices that won’t hurt your wallet. For a quick fashion month recap, we’re seeing pastel hues like lavender replace Millennial Pink. Dark denim is having major momentum—don’t toss your vintage Levi’s aside just yet—but deep indigo hues were all over the runways this season. And last but not least, there’s no denying the resurgence of the fanny pack––newly coined as a "belt bag." Scroll to see your springtime wardrobe refresh, with all pieces ringing in under $400.
Retro-inspired with a sleek modern twist. We're big fans of the white frames.
Pastels are having a major moment, and that includes your eyewear.
Add a bold pop of color to an otherwise monochrome outfit for a forward look.
These modern cat-eye sunnies keep things a touch futuristic.
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Available in sizes 36 to 40.
If you're sticking to a budget this season, this mohair sweater is the way to go.
Available in sizes XS to XL.
Balloon-sleeves mean this lavender sweater captures two trends in one.
Available in sizes XXS to L.
A comfy sweater that doubles as a going-out top—could we ask for more?
Available in sizes S to L.
The jeans our office can't stop talking about, in a dark indigo hue.
Available in sizes 24 to 32.
Try the deep color in a frayed skinny variation.
Available in sizes 14W to 22W.
These ultra-flattering jeans will give your black denim a run for its money.
Available in sizes 24 to 31.
A dark-wash high-waisted skinny is a must-have.
Available in sizes 14 to 24.
Try a rich brown tone in croc material for an elevated look at an affordable price.
If you're looking to make a statement (and have a spot for all your things), this is the bag for you.
Going bold on a new trend can be scary. Try this toned down version that will go with every outfit.
This earthy-green is perfect for spring's floral dresses and light layers.
With so many to choose from, which trend will you try first?