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Spring Fashion Alert

A look at this season’s most exciting fashion trends and styles


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Winter be gone! With the forecast calling for 80-degree weather this weekend, it’s time to get your spring wardrobe ready.  Here’s what we are loving from the runway to the real world.

These two looks from our spring fashion shoot “Fashion on Deck” showcase the meshy, athletic-inspired fabrics that are very on-trend right now. We’ve dressed them up here, but they could just as easily be paired with bright colorful running sneakers.


Theory blouse, $215, Bloomingdale’s Fashion Valley; Maje mesh shorts, $275, Bloomingdale’s Fashion Valley;Lanvin grosgrain peep-toe pump, $850, Lanvin South Coast Plaza; Lanvin Luxor necklace, $2,330, Lanvin South Coast Plaza; Tommy Hilfilger sunglasses, $65, Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Valley (photo by Taryn Kent)


Barbara Bui white perforated dress, $1,750; black perforated booties, $855; embroidered leather and crystal bracelet, $540; all available at Barbara Bui South Coast Plaza (photo by Taryn Kent)

 

We are obsessed with this dress by M Missoni. With hula-skirt fringe, bright pops of color, and an oh-so-tight silhouette, it’s definitely a conversation piece.


M Missoni crochet knit fringe dress, $1,545, M Missoni Fashion Valley; Prada open-toe ankle-wrap bootie, $650, Nordstrom; Vince Camuto gold bangles, $65, Nordstrom (photo by Taryn Kent)

 

In San Diego, every season is bathing suit season. We love this tropical print bikini by Tory Burch. Navy and coral are having a moment, and the combo here is perfection.

Tropical bikini
Calathea triangle top, $95, and bottom, $95, Tory Burch Fashion Valley

 

The printed short is back this season, with even brighter and bolder styles. J.Crew has a bunch to choose from. Pair with a simple white T or tank.

Moonglow paisley short
Moonglow paisley short, $80, J.Crew

 

Your fashion-forward suit deserves an equally stylish counterpart, and we think this will do the trick. Popular swimwear designer Mara Hoffman is now making beach towels in a swoon-worthy collab with Pendleton—not that you needed any help looking good on the sand!

Mara Hoffman for Pendleton rays towel
Mara Hoffman for Pendleton rays towel, $78, Nordstrom

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