7 Chic, Affordable Trends My Fashion Crew Is Inspiring Me to Try ASAP

I scroll through Instagram on a regular basis as I’m doing shopping and outfit research to inspire my personal wardrobe and to use as inspo for my various stories. Whenever I double tap an A+ look, I often add it to my saved folder to reference later. Well, today I thought I’d pull out some of the standouts to share with you now.

While all of the looks in question are unique and special in their own right, they’re similar in that they feature forward spring trends that I personally want to try and I think you might be into as well. And while all of the items could be bought at a variety of price points, I’m especially feeling said trends because they could be purchased on the more affordable end given the range of options out there in the market. I’m talking under $100 here.

To showcase all of this further, keep scrolling to check out some of my favorite fashion follows, along with the trends they’re inspiring me to try. You’ll also uncover a smattering of inspired shopping picks sprinkled throughout for you as well in case something also catches your eye.

Sweater vests have been trending hard for a bit now. I haven’t actually tried one yet, but want to. I like how that ideal style can bring instant dimension to any look with the layering aspect.

I’m getting more and more into everyday jewelry. One piece I haven’t gone for yet is the anklet. I’m so into the idea of wearing an anklet over a tube sock with slides or loafers. Fresh and current.

While I typically stick to neutrals, there are so many fun novelty knits out there to make a statement.

You just can’t deny the power of the perfect blazer to add polish to a silhouette. For spring, it’s all about the lighter, slouchy styles. This look is giving me all the feels using the blazer as an alt to a top. And while blazers can certainly be bought at higher price points, you can also score styles on the affordable end too.

Those faux-leather separates will instantly elevate an ensemble. I have moto jackets in my collection, but want to try the look in the form of trousers or blazers this season.

Yep, the shacket will still reign supreme for spring. I think it’s the perfect transitional piece to bring that chic spin to a casual fit.

I’m always on the hunt for those perfect button-down shirts. And while a white blouse is more of a staple than a trend, per se, it’s the flowy styles that are especially forward for the season.

Next, check out more stylish spring items.