Black Hills Woman Magazine | Fashion Forecast

Fashion Forecast
by Holly Becker

A new year is upon us, and that means new fashion trends. We talked with local style experts, took a few hints from fashion week and came up with seven must haves for your Spring wardrobe.


With a nautical flare. Think of patterns you would see on your favorite beach chair, seersucker, navies and reds.


Everyone should have a chic military inspired jacket, vest, skinny cargos or moto leggings. Or keep it simple with khaki or green colors that give that utilitarian vibe.

The Shoulder

This trend is here to stay for the spring, Angelica Wojtanowicz, fashion buyer, says, “2017 is all about the shoulder, one shoulder, cutout shoulder, off the shoulder. Everyone embraced the trend so much, it is really taking off, and also one of my favorite looks.”

Shirt Dress

Who doesn’t love this style! This is such an easy dress to just throw on and have an instant outfit. Wear it belted or open as a fun jacket.

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This is huge for the holiday season and will transition into spring. You can add velvet into your wardrobe in subtle ways like a choker or shoes, or take it to the max and be bold with a dress or jacket.

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The Plaid Shirt

This is so versatile, you can dress it up with a pencil skirt for a night out, keep it casual with some denim, or tied around your waist for a nod to the ‘90s.

Rose Gold

Dresses, shoes, bags, oh my. This metallic hue isn’t just for jewelry anymore.


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