Your Next #OOTD: Trying Current Style Trends

Your Next #OOTD: Trying Current Style Trends

Admittedly, I’ve been spending too much time on the fashion side of TikTok. But, it has inspired me to try some new things with my wardrobe. Here are a few of the current trends I’ve recreated and my candid thoughts:

Cropped cardigans. I adore this trend. It’s very cute and feminine. To try it out, I thrifted this pink cheetah print cardigan and paired it with some light wash denim. If I wanted to dress up the look, I could easily add heels or switch the jeans with a skirt. I could see myself wearing this outfit on a typical day.

Pastel everything. This is another trend that I can’t get enough of. I’ve always loved pastels, so I’m happy to see more of the color palette in stores. To try it out, I threw on some light pink joggers, a light blue top, and my pastel cow print bucket hat. Honestly, I will probably be grabbing coffee in this outfit later.

Shackets. For me, it depends on the shacket. I’m not a fan of flannel shackets on myself, but I really like the utility style. This army green shacket has been my go-to lately. I usually just pair it with a basic top, leggings, and flats.

The Casual Button-Up. All over my feed, I have seen influencers pair white button-ups with leggings, crew socks, and chunky sneakers. I have been very skeptical of this trend, so I was interested in trying it out myself. I wouldn’t say that I hate it on me, but I also don’t know if I would choose this outfit again.

What current trend would you try? I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments or on Instagram. Let’s chat!

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