From the infamous Balenciaga moto boots to the charming furry Fendi keychain, fashion bloggers have the power to elevate a certain set of items to major cult status just by wearing them. As such, every season we wait with bated breath to see which pieces to stock our closets with (or at least dream of stocking it with). To speed up the process, we made a list of our top eleven predictions for the items that will be huge in the blogger world this spring. Take a gander below!
Camille Charrière of Camille Over the Rainbow
Charrière has nailed the cool-kid aesthetic, so we’re betting she picks up this laid-back bomber jacket from cult Danish line, Ganni.
Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Girl
Warne has had a long-term love affair with Mulberry bags, so it makes perfect sense for her to snag the brand’s latest debut.
Kristina Bazan of Kayture
We’re fairly certain Bazan has a closet of gorgeous lace dresses, so the addition of Self Portrait’s spring version would we a welcome addition.
Isabel Marant’s rope belt is on everyone’s must-have list this spring, and we wouldn’t be surprised if Sykes counted herself amongst the fans.
Pernille Teisbaek of Look De Pernille
Teisbaek is a master with scarves, and we’re betting she picks up this mixed-print one next.
Jules Sarinana of Sincerely Jules
Though Sarinana often relies on elevated basics for most of her wardrobe, she has a soft spot for statement leopard shoes.
Gianvito Rossi Leopard-Print Calf Hair Point-Toe Flats ($895)
Jayne Min of Stop It Right Now
California's resident cool-girl knows her minimalist essentials, and this Acne Studios vest is almost painfully perfect for the new season.
Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad
You can always count on Ferragni to sport bold prints in vibrant colors, so her love for the Italian-based brand is no surprise—nor is her ability to make it look amazing.
Jessica Stein of Tuula Vintage
A quick trip to Stein's dreamy blog and you'll understand why choosing a light, beachy romper designed by a fellow Aussie is a no-brainer.
Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What
We adore how Bernstein has mastered the art of mixing high and low, which is why we suspect she'll make Reformation's latest slew of lace-up pieces look top-notch.
Zanita Whittington of Zanita
We can visualize Whittington looking like a '70s dream with her blonde wavy locks and these simple gladiator sandals, can't you?