Often times people associate spring with pale colors like cotton candy pink, sea foam coral or pineapple yellow. Although those colorful pastels are a great way to bring in spring, you should never feel as if you can’t rock what would be considered “fall neutrals” as your spring look.

Light fabrics and prints is truly what make an ensemble spring like. This Fashionista represents spring perfectly with her Aztec printed plunge-blouse and deep crimson wide-leg palazzo pant. Palazzo pants are typically chiffon or linen making them very light weight and comfortable, yet fashionable spring must-haves! The wide-leg palazzo is very similar to a bell bottom, creating a modern day ’70s look with the wide flare yet, not making it too over the top. Versatility with these pants are endless. Whether you want to dress them down with a V-neck T-shirt and flats or dress them up with a blouse and heel, they are essentials.

As far as the color, crimson is such a bold demanding color, perfect for attracting attention subtly. Not only does this Fashionista’s pants make a statement so does her bold lip. Her camel neutral bootie is the perfect route to take on fairly cool spring days. Her gold-layered accessories and off white croc textured handbag all together put finishing touches on the look, creating a cohesive ensemble that is spring approved.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: “Never feel overdressed. Dressing well can literally change your entire mood. So no matter what I wear, even if I’m wearing sweats, my personal style will still be seen.”