We consistently turn to Emily Ratajkowski for her forward-feeling outfit ideas. While she adopts many of the latest trends every season, one she's been spotted wearing more and more is the feminine look. What we love most about her take on femme is that she approaches it in a cool way—which makes her the perfect person to demonstrate spring's most unabashedly girly trends, from flouncy, mermaid-hem midi skirts to head-to-toe pink. She's also worn some of our favorite accessory trends of the moment, including prim hair ribbons and ladylike pumps. The trick to pulling it all off without looking too saccharine: Add a little edge, be it in the form of distressed denim or a bare midriff.
Below, see how to wear eight of spring's most feminine trends the EmRata way.
On Emily Ratajkowski: Altuzarra suit.
What could be prettier (or easier) than a slip dress in ballerina pink?
On Emily Ratajkowski: Michael Kors Collection skirt.
Channel your inner Italian screen siren in this va-va-voom midi.
On Emily Ratajkowski: Jacquemus dress; Roger Vivier Trompette Leather 45mm Pump ($725).
These have a gorgeous, vintage vibe—without feeling like you're wearing another person's shoes.
Feminist Graphic Tees
On Emily Ratajkowski: CFDA x Planned Parenthood Feminist AF Tee ($95).
Good design for a good cause: $5 of every purchase goes towards Equality Now, an organization that fights to protect the rights of women and girls around the world.
On Emily Ratajkowski: Moynat Mini Vanity bag; Brock Collection x Esquivel shoes; Raen Flatscreen Sunglasses ($150).
Take a cue from Ratajkowski, and pair this sweet set with graphic sunglasses and a bold bag.
On Emily Ratajkowski: Valentino dress.
Add a bit of schoolgirl charm to a braid or pony with a polished black bow.
Because your shoulders deserve some vitamin D after all those months wrapped up in sweaters and coats.
On Emily Ratajkowski: Stone Cold Fox Gia Top ($299); Balenciaga shoes.
Layer this lacy bra top over a white tee for day, or let it peek out under a blazer for a saucy after-dark look.
One-and-done dressing more your thing? Here's the one piece that will make getting dressed so much easier this spring.