Softer and Warmer Wardrobe Essentials from Macy’s this Spring 2015

Every season I’m on the hunt for the latest trends taking into consideration that “trends” only last for so long, but purchasing the right pieces can transcend the seasons .

Macy’s offers some great pieces for affordable prices that will take you right into this Spring with It Girl flair. The following are some of my favorite Spring must-haves from Ready-To-Wear, Millennial Girls, Accessories and Intimates :

Charter Club top, jacket and pants

Charter Club Dress

Vince Camuto Bag

BAR III Sandals

INC International Concepts Earrings



This season, there’s a new take on black and white with a focus on the athletic aesthetic for the everyday wardrobe. Logo prints and messages make quite the statement. From the oversized Hawaiian flower prints to the abstract, artistic elements come into play with graphic illustrations, photography treatments and hand-drawn prints on all must-haves of the season.


Green, turquoise and blue are making a serious splash this season. But unlike seasons past, these two hues are now intensified with iridescence and shimmer. Wave prints surface on blouses, skirts and sheaths; fluorescent shades breathe new life into bombers and shorts; and neoprene and mesh details offer a contemporary surf vibe. Let’s dive right in!


The soft, opalescent colors of daybreak, define the season’s new modern minimalist movement. Texture in the form of pleating, origami and quilting with jeweled embellishments and poetic florals are done in soft gray, peach, pink and mint. Shades of morning never looked so elegant.


Here comes the sun! The color of the season comes in all shapes and silhouettes with the idea of sport-meets-sophistication at the forefront. As the athleisure look continues to trend, the palette is intensified with bold tangerine, coral and nude. Expect to see colorblocking, collage, layering, a mix of prints and even a touch of shine and shades of gold.


Earth tones combine with folkloric brights rendered in Spanish-inspired embroideries on blouses and maxi dresses. Take note of mixed tribal patterns, batik and animal-inspired prints for updated safari looks, along with rough edges, crochet and rustic materials. The entire look is reminiscent of the works of Georgia O’Keeffe and Frida Kahlo.

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