Catch Spring Fever With This Trend: Embroidery

by | Feb 21, 2018 | Fashion, Featured

Spring is teasing New York City this week with temperatures reaching into the 70’s. With warmer weather comes a lighter, more playful everyday wardrobe. For the season that brings showers and even more flowers, embroidery is on our trend radar. Prepare to swap out your chunky sweaters and winter coats, and go shopping for a few trendy, more seasonable pieces. During your next haul, pay attention to the pieces with something a little different and feminine with embroidery.

Photos courtesy of Ann Taylor

Ann Taylor is featuring embellished pieces in preparation for the spring weather that is right around the corner. From classic blue jeans dressed up with fun floral patches and pearls to jackets and sandals getting a feminine touch too, their latest collection is sure to get you in the mood for the sunny days to come.

Photo: Courtesy of Ann Taylor

Possibly the best thing about the embroidery trend is that you can make it completely personal. Brands like Madewell and Henri Bendel are offering monogramming on bags, denim, and even leather journals. These brands are giving their stylish shoppers the freedom to customize their belongings, and truly make them one of a kind. Madewell offers in-store monogramming at some of their locations, and Henri Bendel offers personalization on their website.

Photo courtesy of Henri Bendel

Photo courtesy of Madewell










The trend extends to men as well. Zara is giving a feminine touch with floral embroidery to typically masculine pieces. The trend is truly inclusive of everyone, which is all the more reason to love it. The details of embroidery give a more hand-crafted feel to clothing and bags – which makes us feel more connected to our style. Embroidery is a trend that makes you feel like yourself and really captures your style with a personal touch!


Photo courtesy of Zara

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