Dreaming About Your Spring Wardrobe? Yeah, So Are We

There's always a little intrigue around a new Pinterest trend report. During months like these, runway trends can feel a little removed from the mainstream world since they're just making their debut. So while the released results from the share encouraging site are never the most surprising, they do inform us what the people want. And what the people want this spring are a handful of trends we can definitely get behind.

For scale, fashion lives in over 16 billion pins on the Pinterest. So just in time for spring, Pinterest has aggregated the top saved pins (year over year) to find out what trends users are rushing to for the next few months. Ahead is a deep dive into what's going to make your shopping tick hit buy this year. A little hint: keep around those white shoes you bought into last fall and start leaning into statement earrings.

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Up first: light and airy color palettes. From silk blouses to high-waisted trousers, Pinterest saves for pastel colors are on the up. Specifically: Saves for cotton candy-colored clothing has skyrocketed, with ash rose up 105%, lavender up 98%, light yellow up 61%, and light green up 49%.
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A seasonal favorite, satin is re-entering our closets yet again, and just in time for warmer weather. Saves for satin are up by 242% this year.
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While polka dots are undoubtedly still the peak print of the year, stripes are coming in for a close second this spring. Up a whopping 206% are saves for stripes of all types, from black and white to perpendicular.
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We recently spotted this one in Pinterest's top 100 trends for 2018. Sheer reigns supreme this year with saves for transparent tops up 58% and saves for sheer socks up 72%.
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Tuck away your vintage light washed denim. Spring 2018 is the season for dark denims. Up 101% this year, saves for trends like deep blue coveralls and black kick-flare jeans are rising. If you need a starting point for shopping this trend, check out some of our dark denim picks.
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Topping the shoe category is the silhouette we've been championing for some time, kitten heels. It looks like this throwback trend is finally meandering its way into mainstream markets, because saves for kitten heels are up an insane 455%.
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Time to switch out your chunky snow boots, because spring is bringing us all the woven details. While woven shoes are up 66%, the true spring winner is woven mules, with saves up 236%.
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Sling it on back. What goes around comes around, and this shoe trend is on its way back. Forego sliding out of your mules this spring since slingbacks have seen saves go up by 87%.
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We definitely have an affinity for white boots here at R29. Not to our surprise, they're trending again this spring. The fall/winter trend, white booties, is still on the rise with a 193% lift, while white slides are also seeing some traction with saves up 114%.
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If you haven't yet added and asymmetrical skirt to your closet lineup, time to get on board. Saves for the term are now up 69%.
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A Meghan Markle go-to, the classic belted coat silhouette is picking up traction for spring with saves up 78%.
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From tops to bags, fringe is having a seasonal moment. Dare we say it may even be the new pom pom? Pinterest has a seen a spike in saves for the decoration up 56% this year.
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Sometimes the world comes across a trend that's universally flattering and knows it's best not to kill what works. Up 293% are high-waisted trousers.
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Remember the bucket bag? Meet the mini bucket bag, your new little friend for spring. Up 67% this year, you're about to see this shape all over Instagram.
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Statement earrings are here to stay. Next season, expect to see them in the form of geometric shapes, as saves for the term 'geometric earrings' have increased by 169%.
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