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Spring fashion trends from Lucky magazine

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Spring fashions are colorful and filled with prints.

Lori Bergamotto, fashion editor at Lucky magazine, and several models showed off the top Spring trends for women.

http://www.luckymag.com/

TREND: SHORTS SUIT

Blazer and shorts by Under Skies , jacket $46, Shorts $41, www.lulus.com

white tank, by LOFT $44.50, www.loft.com

pyramid stud crossbody bag, by Express, $49.90, www.express.com

Silver ankle straps by Forever 21 , $24.80 , www.forever21.com

*Boyfriend watch , Timex $94.95, www.kohls.com

stretch link bracelet , by JC Penney $12.00, www.jcpenney.com

TREND: PRINT OF THE SEASON - MIXED PRINT DRESSES

dress, by Duro Olowu for JCPenney, $50, www.jcpenney.com

Tan sandals, " Eugenias" by Jessica Simpson $79, www.jessicasimpson.com

Tan studded clutch, $47.70, www.gojane.com

mixed media spike necklace, by Aqua $75, www.bloomingdales.com

TREND: COLORBLOCK/MOD

Black and white top, by Express $ 39.90, www.express.com

colorblocked mini skirt , by Express, $59.90, www.express.com

*Lucite and colorblocked bangles, by Zad Jewelry, $8 lucite, colorblocked $20, www.zadretail.com

yellow "Cassidy" bag, by Olivia and Joy,$78, www.oliviaandjoy.com

block heel, "Alyana"shoe by Sole Society, $59.95, www.solesociety.com

TREND: SUMMER LEATHER

laser cut faux leather top, by Zara, $79.00, www.zara.com

printed slouch pant, by H&M, $34.95, www.hm.com

lucite heel sandals, $35.90, www.GoJane.com

clutch "Picasso" by Urban Expressions, $ 35 , www.baghaus.com

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