Neiman Marcus Showcases the Latest Spring Trends

Neiman Marcus Showcases the Latest Spring Trends

With a golden yellow catwalk to lead the way, Neiman Marcus San Antonio spent an evening this week delving into fashion’s hottest trends for the spring season.

Here’s what you can add to your shopping list for this upcoming Spring season:

  1. “The Go Setter”

In response to the fashionable “Get Healthy” lifestyle happening around the world and at the forefront of fashion this season is activewear, and receiving a fashionable update: cycling shorts.


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2. “The Free Spirit”

With a global feel and cultural spirit earth tones are all the rage. Add some spice by channeling your inner hippy and adding bohemian vibes to this look.


3. “The Colorful Personality”

More, is more, is more. Live on the playful side and take glamour to the next level by highlighting feathers and pairing a variety of colors. Be extra.

4. “The Urban Sophisticate”

Serving up some strong looks this season is the “power suit”, shorts included. It’s all about the tailored look with satin and sheer compliments.


5. “The Hopeless Romantic”

This is for the inner dreamer. With a play on romanticism and femininity it’s clear the polka dot is here to stay and joining in this trend are bows and ruffles. Indulge in your inner flirty side and bring on the sensuality of spring.

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Crystal Martinez
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A lover of vintage, Crystal is known for her unparalleled curation, styling, and buying power of 20's, 30's, 40's and other vintage decades. A current resident of San Antonio, Texas, Crystal enjoys offering her skills to private clientele and has been a freelance fashion contributor for Style Lush TV for several years. She  believes fashion serves the soul and can take you on a journey. Whether it's a creative feeling from the past or an example of self expression in the present, fashion is transcendent.