Spring Trends: Spice-Market Colors

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Reds, olives, chocolate browns, burnt orange and of course mustard–these are the spice-market colors that create one hot spring trend. While these rich shades may remind you of fall, they can easily be carried into the spring months with the right styles.

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This rusty red dress features bohemian embroidery and pairs perfectly with a mustard bag. A gold necklace and nude t-strap sandals give the look a modern touch.

Sarkoz Pima Cotton Sundress (Peruvian Collection $149) | Peach Corded Collar With Gold (Dorothy Perkins $14)| Ukie T-Strap Sandals (Nine West $69) | Jerome Dreyfuss Anatole Mustard Leather Shoulder Bag (Forzieri $1,025)

Keep warm from the occasional spring chill with this pumpkin-colored sweater. Add an emerald necklace for a little pop and maroon sneakers for an elevated casual look.

Vans Manyard Sweater (Backcountry.com $29.95) | Geranium Chevron Necklace (Shoebuy $26.95) | Winnie Stretch Twill Pant (J.Crew Factory $59.50) | Puma Suede Classic Burgundy Sneakers (ASOS $99) | Street Level Vegan Leather Bucket Bag (Nordstrom $48)

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For the office, a mustard dress in a killer, structured cut will turn heads without being over the top. Marbled chocolate pumps and some subtle prints in the bracelets and bag turn this into one fierce daytime outfit.

Sarah Ponte Dress (Boden $138) | J. Renee Alsen Pumps (Shoebuy $89.95) | Vince Camuto Leila Tote (Shoebuy $197.95) | Leopard Print Gold Multilayer Bracelet (ChicNova #3.33) 

 

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Briana is a shopaholic whose newest obsession is matching top-and-skirt sets (but she also can’t resist a good jumpsuit). She loves rock music, horror movies and is an all-around pop culture junkie. She is, without fail, always down for karaoke. Her blog, Mamafierce, is a chronicle of personal fashion, body positivity and the adventures of motherhood. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, three-year-old son and tortoiseshell cat, Divvy.

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