The Spring 2018 Fashion Trends To Watch For, According To Pinterest

Now that winter’s chill is on its way out the door, we’re trading in our embroidered boots and knitted neutrals for pastels and florals. It’s time to spruce up those beloved statement pieces with some top trends from the season ahead.

That’s why we turned to the trend experts at Pinterest for some guidance on what trends we can expect to see as the warmer weather rolls in. There are more than 16 billion pins across Pinterest, which gives their trend experts unique insight into creating their own mood board for spring 2018 fashion and beauty.

Whether you’re hoping to wear your booties into the new season, or want to bite the bullet on your first pair of cropped high-rise trousers, we’ve pulled together the top trend inspo to be on the lookout for this spring.

Below are the 10 spring fashion trends to watch for this year:

1 Satin

This fabric dominated the runways, which means we’ll quickly see it trickle down into mainstream fashion.

2 Kitten Heels

You’re in luck because sky-high stilettos are taking a backseat to kitten heels this upcoming season.

3 Asymmetrical Skirts

These flirty skirts are the perfect statement piece to add to your spring wardrobe.

4 White Shoes

There were white booties everywhere this fall and winter and we don’t see this trend going anywhere anytime soon.

5 Mini Bucket Bags

Bucket bags are making a comeback, but in a much smaller fashion.

6 High-Waist Trousers

Whether you prefer long, cropped, wide leg or straight, anything high-waisted is the way to go this spring.

7 Sheer Fabrics

Sheer will be big this season, from transparent tops like this breezy one from Leith to sheer socks.

8 Woven Flats


As the days are getting warmer, Pinterest is seeing a growing interest in woven shoes, particularly in woven mules as the search is up 236%.

9 Belted Coats

It feels like we buy a new spring trench coat every season, but if you’re looking for a classic style that will last you.

10 Stripes

From black and white to perpendicular, stripes are making a statement this spring.
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