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What’s things that are in for spring

With the dreaded and elongated winter days finally a part of our past and the bloom of spring just around the corner, shopping centers across the globe have begun sales of new spring fashion trends for this upcoming anticipated season. Listed below are just few one of the styles that you could expect to come across when looking to build this year’s spring wardrobe:


This year, a particular favorite that already I’ve seen much of has been the high neck style of tanks, found most often in racerback and turtleneck form. Most commonly seen cropped, these basic tanks give the perfect sense of simplicity to any bold bottoms. Two piece sets have also been newly introduced this year, with a separate crop top and skirt putting a different touch on the simple and already well-known to us spring dress.


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Unlike styles of the past, this season’s style focuses primarily on bold bottoms that are meant to give an outfit a completely renewed feel. From flowy palazzo pants, that often can be mistaken for maxi skirts, to loose harem pants and even shorts, bottoms have become a bold fashion statement. A favorite denim trend for this season has also been the loose fit of boyfriend jeans that when worn with simple ankle booties can easily help us make the winter to spring fashion transition. Skirts have been given a more conservative touch this year, with midi skirts being most popular of all.

Always remember, a time of seasonal change is one to experiment and go outside of your comfort zone to try clothing pieces unfamiliar to you before. Temperatures are rising and there’s no time to waste! Happy shopping!

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Patrycja Pajdak
Patrycja Pajdak, Club Fashion Columnist
Patrycja Pajdak, a new member of Newspaper Club, is currently a freshman at CHS. An aspiring journalist, Patrycja’s interests include fashion, music, and undoubtedly, writing. However, being an active student, Patrycja also is a member of CHS’ Interact Club and prior to joining the journalist community has been a player on the CHS JV Volleyball team. Becoming a member of Newspaper Club, Patrycja hopes to interact with her peers and learn more about herself as a writer.

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