Wearable Spring Trends 2021

Happy Thursday! Another week is flying by, which means we are getting closer to spring. Since I’m dreaming of spring, today I’m sharing wearable spring trends.

These are spring trends that I think I could add to my wardrobe. Of course, I don’t have to add all of them, but these are the ones I might try.

I recently read this quote about trends, and I thought it was good; trends are suggestions and not a mandate. In other words, pick the ones you like and forget the rest!

First, pastels seem to be trending for spring and summer and especially pink. Actually, any shade of pink is on trend this year. I love pink, so I’m going to wear plenty of it.

Nothing quite says spring like a pretty pastel!


Oversized white button-downs are trending. I love a white button-down; I shared one I recently purchased here (mine isn’t too oversized).

Anything oversized is trending for 2021; I recently shared this Old Navy coat with an oversized look.

Wide leg trousers are another trend we’ll see this year. Again clothes are getting a little looser, and these pants go along with the trend.

Oversized blazers are a great option for spring. Blazers are a classic wardrobe staple, but the new version has a loose boxy fit, long sleeves, and padded shoulders.


Another popular trend this year is a standout shoulder, such as a puff sleeve. This style top doesn’t seem to be slowing down.


Jeans are loosening up a bit. Actually, the bigger, the better in the fashion world, but I’m sticking with a straight crop or boyfriend silhouette.

You’ll see tie-dye sticking around for a while. Not only will you see tie-dye tees and joggers, but tie-dye dresses and blouses will be trending this year.

So what do you think about the spring trends? I will share spring shoes and handbags that are trending soon!

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Beauty For the Heart~~

Be thankful that you don’t already have everything you desire,
If you did, what would there be to look forward to?

Be thankful when you don’t know something,
For it gives you the opportunity to learn.

Be thankful for the difficult times,
During those times, you grow.

Be thankful for your limitations,
Because they give you opportunities for improvement.

Be thankful for each new challenge,
Because it will build your strength and character.

Be thankful for your mistakes,
They will teach you valuable lessons.

Be thankful when you’re tired and weary,
Because it means you’ve made a difference
It’s easy to be thankful for the good things.
A life of rich fulfillment comes to those who are also thankful for the setbacks.

Gratitude can turn a negative into a positive.

Find a way to be thankful for your troubles,
and they can become your blessings. ~Author Unknown

Have a blessed day!


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  1. I loved your quote. It really puts things in perspective. Thank you for sharing it. Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. I got the gray leopard print coat from your previous post and it is so pretty! It isn’t too oversized and every time I wear it, I get compliments on it. The fabric is so soft and the coat looks much more expensive than it is.

  3. I love the puffy sleeves and the wide leg trousers. I’m sad to see shoulder pads, oversized fits, and baggy Jean’s. Just not a fan.
    Thankfully, I don’t have to embrace the trends!😉

  4. I really love the “Thankful” piece. It’s a wonderful reminder of what our learning experience of life is all about.

  5. Fantastic Beauty for the Heart! I am thrilled about pink being big this spring since it is one of my signature colors. I also like tie dyed tops and I will wear straight legged jeans.

  6. I like the comment about trends being suggestions because none of these excite me.
    But, I know you will show us how to make it work for us!!

  7. I like the wife leg pant for evening wear but during the day I’m going to stay with straight leg. I love a white shirt but I don’t think I would look good in an oversized one. I’ll disappear in it plus it looks sloppy to me. I’m not into puffy sleeves, pink, or oversized anything. As you said, trends are just that and we should wear what makes us feel comfortable, suits our lifestyle and compliments our figure.

  8. I have to agree with some of the comments here. You look good in anything, but these trends are awful to me. Yes, it looks like back to the 80s with Farah Fawcett hair and big shoulders. However, the BFTH is wonderful.

  9. I don’t really like these fashions at all. I really don’t like the jeans or the oversized blazers. I think the puffy sleeved sweaters are cute tho, but nothing I love. ☹️

  10. I bought the Modere product, and my hairdresser also noticed my hair was thicker without my telling her. Can you run that discount again? Also, I can’t remember exactly which Modere it was. There are several kinds in the same type bottle.
    I love your blog and emails!
    Thank you!

  11. Oh gosh, I am not really in love with any of these trends this spring! Guess I will be out of style – LOL! I do like pink, and just ordered a light weight spring sweater in pink to try. I could maybe give the tie-dye a go, too. The baggy jeans and puffy shoulder tops are definite nos for me. Like you said, trends are a suggestion!

  12. I love the pink sweater v-neck shown for the pink trend, but I don’t see a link for it anywhere. Can you tell us where it’s from?

    Thanks so much for the wonderful work you do! I enjoy your posts so much!

  13. I’m usually very open to new trends. But there wasn’t one of these, except maybe the pink sweater, that I liked. Frankly, they all looked like styles ftom the 8o’s.
    Thank you for the BFTH today. Just what I needed to start my day.

    1. I agree with you ! These are not for me. I don’t wear pastels or muted colors. The trends come and go so fast , just like the cold shoulder tops did

  14. I vowed I’m never wearing shoulder pads again, so I’m stopping there. :-)Also, at 5’3″ on a good day, I’m not wearing overly wide pants. Love the sweater, pink!, button down and fun sleeves. Wonderful Beauty from the Heart!

    1. Appreciate each time you show wearable trends. It’s hard to find these practical but fresh looks anywhere else online curated like this.
      Being petite but over 50, the oversized stuff just looks sloppy on me. My coloring keeps me away from pink, but I do like the accent sleeves. Also, I’m glad high waisted jeans/shorts are back. Low rise don’t work well with a muffin top haha!

  15. I’m not much for trends…..usually but i do love pink and since i’m not much for dresses for special occasions i do have a pair of black flowy wide leg pants with a fitted waist and pockets that i LOVE wearing to weddings with strappy heels so this is a good trend for me 🙂

  16. Thank you for the BFTH. Needing it today as I woke up discouraged and tearful. Living with chronic migraines and major food allergies plus covid days with too much isolation is taking its tole. I’d love to be healed physically some day. I know God has this but I’m tired. I feel like I push through my days. Need to feel purpose in my days. So thankful for a loving God who cares about all our needs no matter small or big.

  17. Totally agree with the quote on trends! They won’t all be for everyone. I just ordered the white blouse last night from Old Navy so excited to give it a try. Looking forward to how you style these trends:) love the BFTH… !!!

  18. Thank you for the BFTH. I woke up in tears this morning. I know all this to be true but struggling. Between my chronic migraines I’ve dealt with for years, major food allergies, covid, lonely from being home so much away from others etc. I’m finding myself having a hard time with gratitude. I have to give myself the pep talk each morning and get in the word. I know HE has this and me but I’ve struggled with these too many years. I need a break. Again thank you for the timing reminder with your BFTH.

  19. Not loving any of it but the pink color and the white button down. I hate the baggier jean deal. It’s more for the younger girls.

  20. BFTH really struck a cord with me today. I’ve been caring for my dad who is recovering from Covid pneumonia and my mom has the beginning of dementia. I live two hours away from them and I’m not working right now due to Covid. It’s a blessing to be able to care for them, but exhausting at the same time. “Be thankful when you’re tired and weary, because it means you’ve made a difference.”

  21. Yiles!😳 I’m really going to need some help. I’m petite (4’11) also short waisted and somewhst ample bust. I’m leary I’ll look like a square with these trends. I do like the tie-dye dress. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!

  22. Thanks for the blessing today!!! Shared it with my two children who are experiencing some of life’s hardships :)))

  23. Hi Cyndi,

    Loved your “beauty for the heart” today – so true and a reminder is always good to read every once in a while.

    Keep doing what you’re doing . . .


  24. Thank you Cyndi for the beauty for the heart reminder. The only thing I like from this group of fashion is the pink/blush sweater. Not really into the big stuff. Maybe something will come out that I like to add to my wardrobe?🤣🤣