Temperatures are warming up, and you're swapping hot chocolate for iced coffee and smoothies. What's better to complement the shining sun and blooming flowers than knitted spring trends? That's right, nothing is. Taking cues from the runways and streets, these knitted pieces are fashion forward and completely DIY. Make the trends your own by choosing the colors you like to don and mixing in these fashionable pieces with your other spring staples. Let's knit to it!
Slouchy knit hats are timeless and always in style, and this season is no exception. Keep your head warm on a windy spring day with a slouchy knit beret
. Classic and cute, this hat complements a pair of oxfords and floral trapeze dress and transcends its spring trendiness into fall and winter.
For a feminine take on the choker jewelry trend, try this knit scallop version
. Pretty, delicate and comfy, this necklace sits right near your collarbone and is made out of a soft knitted yarn. Wear it with a collared denim top for an even trendier ensemble.
Plaid is to be had this spring, so instantly trend up your wardrobe with a houndstooth scarf
. A plaid variation, houndstooth mimics the huge surge of plaid on runways. For another trendy take, use yellow like this tutorial does. Yellow is all the rage this season, so tie your scarf on tight and rage on with the other trendsetters out there.
A trend for the past couple of years, crop tops are still making major marks on the fashion world. Perfect under a kimono-style sweater and atop a high-waisted skirt or pant, this knit crop top
conjures up feelings of slightly breezy days and meadows of wildflowers. Knit with your favorite colors in black and white to double dip on another spring trend.
The '70s are back with a bohemian punch. To channel your inner hippie, sport braids and wide-leg trousers this spring. Or, knit your way back in time with this full knit circle skirt
. Lovely and lacy, this skirt would look divine with a wide-brimmed hat and suede crop top. Perfect festival wear right here.
Wraps and sweaters are great transition pieces between the winter and spring and are extremely useful for those chillier days. To forge forward with the fringe trend, knit this beautiful and warm arm-knit fringed wrap
. Wear it like an oversized cardigan or drape it over your shoulders for a layered look.