ALL IN THE DETAILS: Bright Embroidery

We saw floral eyelet dresses and tunics glide down the runway during Chloé’s spring 2015 show, just like we saw fresh pastel hues at alice + olivia in the same season. These two variations of color and texture are some of my personal favorite ways to embrace the coming of springtime. Not to mention they are super easy to incorporate into your everyday wardrobe—because as anyone who has seen The Devil Wears Prada knows, “Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.”

This Fashionista’s top features a similar embroidery to that of Chloé in the perfect shade of turquoise. Paired with her almost neon pink backpack and clean white sneakers (how does she keep them so pristine?), she gives new meaning to “spring lightening.” You might be thinking just exactly how you can work in an embroidered texture or a pastel hues to your next outfit. Try out this white eyelet top from rag & bone, which would be super sleek with a pair of high-waisted jeans. Even this lightweight jacket in the same bright blue hue as this Fashionista’s top gives off the same vibe.

Bright pops of color are also a great way to motivate yourself to make it to the gym that day. Fight the urge to “just watch one episode” on Netflix after you get home from class by changing into the brightest of workout gear. Those pattered lululemon’s and pink Nike Free’s might just be calling your name.

How To: Spice up your everyday class uniform of a T-shirt, sneakers and leggings with a fresh color palette, and just in time for spring! Delicate embroidery feels just as new as typical “spring florals,” but together the two of these details will help you transition almost any outfit into next season with style and ease.