4 posts tagged trend
We’re crushing hard on citrus this season. From lemony yellows to popping pink grapefruits, these tangy and vivid tones have us coloring everything from the kitchen spatula to a pair of pumps with their summery sensibility. Get ready to pucker up because we’re ringing in warm-weather with a kiss of citrus that’s sure to bring a refreshing slice of summer to every corner of your home.
Not ready to commit to citrus? Subtly incorporating these bright hues is a cinch. From throw pillows to switching out the linens, these accent pieces add a pop of color to any space.
Pillow by Frog Hill Designs featured in Color Crush Citrus: Home
Pairing these playful hues with a neutral tone like white is a great way to keep them from clashing with skins tones while still adding a splash of summer to your favorite brunch ensemble.
Dress by Reborn Collection featured in Color Crush Citrus: Women’s Apparel
Marvelous minis sport brilliant hues on the daily, but adding a dash of grapefruit brings a girlish touch to playground-ready attire inspired by nature’s goodness. Who doesn’t love that?
Tunic & Shorts by Freckles + Kitty featured in Color Crush Citrus: Kids’ Apparel
Orange might not rhyme with anything but when it’s dressed up in stylish accessories is guaranteed to go with just about anything.
Clutch by Melie Bianco featured in Color Crush Citrus: Accessories
Our favorite trend of them all and perhaps the most popular trend of the season in kids wear right now is being called "Urban Jungle." Your wild one is sure to stand out with this fierce style. Check out some items and brands on zulily today that aren’t afraid of a little street jungle:
- Adventurous styles
- Vibrant colors
- Exotic patterns
- Street wear and urban silhouettes
- Rich wildlife graphics
Let your little one travel the world through their clothes!
Nostalgia at it’s best. This spring, kids wear takes a turn to the past. The patterns, the games, the books, the lifestyle. Think back to when you were a kid. Or, even better, when your parents were. Once you’re there, explore what life was like as a youngster, immerse yourself in it, and then bring that home for your little one.
- Nostalgic patterns
- Vintage colors
- Mathematical and scientific inspiration
- Constructional imagination
- Simple shapes and clean lines
What item do you miss most from your childhood?
- Muted in color