8 New Trends All the Cool Girls Are Wearing Now

In just 16 short days, it will officially be spring. The chattering excitement of your favorite new trends will no longer be all talk as you will soon be wearing them loud and proud. However, every true fashion girl knows that the rules of style are meant to be broken, which is why some of the world's biggest fashion bloggers didn't waste any time adopting the trends ahead.

There's a lot to be said about the new styles you do and do not choose to wear, so if you were in the slightest bit conflicted as to which trends you should adopt, the blogger looks ahead should clear some things up for you. If it were up to us, we would not be able to choose just one, which is why we're presenting you with a plethora of the ones cool girls have already taken a liking to.

Go on to see the spring trends bloggers are wearing now and to shop their full looks.


Deconstructed Shirts
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We've been talking about reworked shirts a lot as spring quickly approaches, but Courtney Trop shows us just how drastically a classic shirt can be interpreted with this look. We love how she paired hers with the color of the year, green.

On Courtney Trop: Jacquemus Striped Cotton and Linen-Blend Wrap Jacket ($460); Courrèges Front Slit Pencil Skirt ($664); Chanel bag.

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Rainbow Accessories
(Image credit: Camille Over the Rainbow)

There is not a trend more fun than rainbow accessories, and this Loewe elephant bag is a perfect example. Be sure to also check out Rosie Assoulin's rainbow striped slides as well, proving there is no accessory not perfectly fit for this trend.

On Camille Charrière: Vetements jacket; Mango Side Snap Trousers ($60); Loewe Elephant Crossbody Bag ($1290).

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Perfect Plaids
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The resurrection of this once dated trend is nothing but good news. We recommend modernizing any checked or plaid piece of your choosing by pairing it with something streetwear-inspired just like Reese did.

On Reese Blutstein: Collina Strada Sweatshirt Grommeted ($185); Nanushka Ellas Tailored Pants in Beige ($98); Gray Matters Camel Mildred Pump ($490).

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Track Pants
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Not only is this trend extremely chic and easy to dress up or down, but it is also insanely comfortable. This spring, take it upon yourself to swap out your go-to pair of skinny jeans for track pants every once in a while.

On Kellie Brown: ASOS Curve Coat in Cocoon Fit with Contrast Cuff ($100); River Island Plus Grey Knit Banana Man Sweater ($34); Who What Wear Women's Plus Size Track Pant ($33); Steve Madden Marissa Boot ($50).

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(Image credit: Pandora Sykes )

Pandora's look actually combines two trends into one—pink and pantsuits. As we continue to encourage the empowerment of women everywhere, there is no better time to embrace the strength of wearing a pantsuit as a female.

On Pandora Sykes: Altuzarra Indiana Double-Breasted Blazer ($1525) and Norton Kick-Flare Cropped Trousers ($715); Gucci Appliquéd Distressed Printed Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt ($590); Superga 2750 Cotu Classic in Ivory ($60); Sarina Suriano Ad Astra Earrings ($295).

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(Image credit: Megan Adelaide)

This once "ugly" trend is officially cool again and can add a level of chic that your average pair of jeans cannot. Even when paired with a simple tee and leather jacket, the color will elevate your look in seconds flat.

On Megan Adelaide: Isabel Marant jacket; Prada pumps.

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Bright Red
(Image credit: Natalie Off Duty)

Fun fact: The color red was all over this past fashion week, and we know that's only the beginning. Embrace the bold color by way of dresses, jackets, and even accessories.

On Natalie Suarez: Woolrich Women's Long Arctic Parka ($995); Staud The Ken Turtleneck ($108); Fashion Bunker dress; Nike Classic Cortez Leather Shoe ($70); Gucci Soho Medium Leather Shoulder Bag ($1980); Elizabeth and James sunglasses.

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Chunky Boots
(Image credit: Song of Style)

Ankle boots are experiencing a change of pace this spring, and from what we know so far of the biggest fall trends, the chunky boot style will stick around through the following season as well.

On Aimee Song: Burberry The Kensington Long Cotton-Gabardine Trench Coat ($1995); Louis Vuitton top; Topshop Jamie Vinyl Skinny Jeans ($100); Louis Vuitton boots; Gentle Monster US101 M01 ($260).

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Lauren Eggertsen
Editorial Director

Hi, it's Lauren here! I've been working in the fashion industry since my interning days back in college. I started my career at The Zoe Report and eventually landed at Who What Wear, where I have been for seven years now. Currently, I am Editorial Director, providing all of you with the latest and greatest in trends and shopping. My personal style is always changing, but right now, my closet is filled with tailored separates, contemporary bags, and lots of statement shoes. I moved to New York about three years ago but am originally from Orange County, California. I went to school at Pepperdine University and moved to Los Angeles immediately after graduation.