SHOPBOP SALE: Springs Hottest Looks for Less

SHOP THE POST: use the code “GOBIG17” to save! 

Spring is FINALLY coming! Vancouver has had one of it’s worst winter seasons so naturally I’m counting down the days to warmer weather! If you’ve been following me on Instagram over the last couple of weeks, you will already know that I am currently travelling for Fashion Month. I’m on the last leg and am excited to share all of the season’s hottest streetstyle trends that you can conveniently shop with major savings thanks to the SHOPBOP sale that’s happening RIGHT NOW. Simply use the code “GOBIG17” to save up to 25% on full price AND sale items! You’re welcome! By the way, each item listed below was something that I personally saw the industries hottest people wearing this season.

The embroidered leather jacket is under $200 and this trend was pretty much EVERYWHERE during fashion week. It’s also been listed an Editor’s Pick on SHOPBOP.

Rebecca Minkoff surprised everyone once again by taking her runway show to LA this year, breaking away from the NYFW norm. This bag was seen on the bloggers and models dressed to attend the show and is a top selling item right now!

Ruffles have been taking the world by storm both on and off the runway. Streetstyle guru’s at NYFW were seen sporting off the shoulder ruffles during the SS17 and that trend continued this season!

In case you haven’t already noticed, blush will be the season’s hottest colour this spring. It’s being plastered everywhere you look. It’s best to get one piece that you can mix an match to stay on top of this trend, that’s why I chose the classic Furla Metropolis Bag! It’s the perfect mini-bag and the perfect colour for Spring. It also is under $200 and won’t break the bank!

Metallic is still hot. It was everywhere you looked during the SS17 season, and it made a reappearance again on bloggers and editors around the world. This Public School number is both comfortable and on point!

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