Style File: Spring's Hottest Trends

Now that spring is here, it's time to update your wardrobe with accessories that exemplify the season's most noteworthy trends. Bright colors, feminine features and defiant details ruled the runways. Always one step ahead, Tinseltown tastemakers have already been spotted strutting in these enviable styles. Follow their lead by working from your toes up.

Style File: Spring's Hottest Trends

Punked

This spring, biker-influenced designs and punk details — as seen on Selena Gomez — will replace fall's military phenomenon. Look to fashion houses like Balenciaga, Balmain and Burberry for inspiration, as they featured leather pants, Brando jackets and studded styles in their ready-to-wear lines. Incorporate this tough-chic trend into your corporate attire with a pointed-toe pump with hardware accents. Shoe: Available at JustFab.com

Bold and Beautiful

Celebrate the season's vibrant surroundings with styles in similarly brilliant shades. While orange tones will be key — demonstrated by Marc Jacobs and Prada — vivid berry hues are a juicy alternative. Infuse your dark evening ensemble with an unexpected pop of color via fuchsia high heels and a corresponding clutch — as seen on Natalie Portman. Shoe: Available at JustFab.com

To a 'T'

Prim and proper styling continues to be important this spring. Flaunt your feminine figure in body-hugging dresses with longer hemlines and cinched-in waists á la Proenza Schouler and Chloé. Then enhance your ladylike poise with a pair of T-strap platform sandals, like Beyoncé! Shoe: Available at JustFab.com

For the Frill of It

Flattering silhouettes aren't the only ladylike elements apparent in spring styles. Designers, such as Yves Saint Laurent and Nina Ricci used ruffles, pleats and ruching to give their collections a flawless flirty feel, as seen on Rachel McAdams.Reinvent your girlish garb by pairing a floral frock with frill-embellished high heels. Shoe: Available at JustFab.com

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