Moll’s Spring 2015 Fashion Forecast


The birds are singing, the blooms are blooming and the bees are buzzing! That’s right – spring has officially sprung! Now, the question looms…WHAT DO WE WEAR? Well, I’m here to answer that with some of my favorite fashion trends that you’re not going to want to miss this season.

Sexy Romper Room. If you think rompers are just for little girls, I’ve got something to show you. The “in” rompers are anything but childish. Opt for rompers with a plunging neckline for a sexy date night look. To keep it looking tasteful and timeless – without getting tacky – wear sandals, without heels, so you’ll just look easy, breezy and spring-ready.

Neutral but nice. Neutral is everywhere this spring: cream, straw, wheat and putty ruled the runway. But they were all paired with a pop of color for an unexpected twist of drama. Try pairing a neutral ensemble with a red pump, or a tan shirtdress with a turquoise clutch and necklace.


Speaking of shirtdresses. Shirtdresses are back in a big way! The ultimate day-to-night pieces, shirtdresses can be buttoned up, to look discreet in the office, but when the nighttime rolls around, a whole other look emerges. Just by unbuttoning a few buttons, centering a slit and adding a belt, you’ll be sexy for date time in no time.

Mellow yellow. Yellow is not nearly as scary as you might think. If mustard was the yellow of fall, spring’s yellows are marigold, buttercup and canary. Now, how sweet do those sound? The trick to wearing yellow if you ask me? You’ve got to try it on. By trying it on, you can see which shade of yellow works best with your skin tone. The right kind of yellow can truly make you shine as you walk into a room and light it up.

The white party. With Easter behind us and Labor Day right around the corner, why not take the runway’s suggestion and dress in white from head to toe. Well, maybe not to toe. A simple black or tan sandal can make an icy outfit warm right up like the Sahara.

Shrug it off. While last spring was all about off-the-shoulder pieces, this spring is shining a spotlight on one-shoulder pieces. Beckoning my memories of the 70s, these tops and dresses are adding some class, sass and sex appeal to spring. Try pairing a flowy one-shoulder top with fitted shorts, or a more flowy one-shoulder top with loose cargo pants. More a of a dress dame? Add a belt to balance the other shoulder, or if you dare, go for the one-dress numbers that feature cutouts. Verrry sexy, and not for the faint of heart.

Calling all preps. Even if you weren’t a prep in high school, it sure can be fun to dress like one. Polo shirts were a hit on the runway, complete with popped collars. To keep it old school, pair your polo with a flirty, tennis-style skirt, or to modernize it, try pairing it with a slender, pencil skirt or a flowy boho skirt.

Moll Wants To Know: Which spring look on my fashion forecast are you most excited to try?