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Your 2019 Spring Trend Guide

Your 2019 Spring Trend Guide

Yes, we're already thinking about Spring over here, and while you may think it's WAY too early, it will be here before you know it! And since we tend to buy a whole season (or two) in advance, we already know what trends are going to be huge, which ones we will be loving, and which ones will have us saying "thank u, next."

We put together our list of trends, fabrics, and colors that you will be seeing this Spring and what you can expect from us! Because, we're definitely not set on all of them just yet... so you babes need to help us decide what to buy!

Trends for Spring 2019: 

1. Biker Shorts - Chanel wasn't the only designer to rock biker shorts on the runway during Fashion Week, but they sure did it the best! We've already seen celebs catch on to this comfy trend, but we're not so sure if we are ready for it in the store! Will you babes be jumping on this trend? Let us know in the comments! 

Chanel runway Paris fashion week for spring 2019

2. Crochet - And not your usual "boho chic" crochet you're already seeing. Crochet for Spring 2019 will be an elevated version giving off some serious 70's vibes, which we can always get behind. Think vibrant patterns and colors for this new take on crochet. Oscar de la Renta had a great take on a crochet maxi dress and you can definitely expect a version or two here at Côte! 

Oscar de la renta for spring 2019

3. Feathers - Designers were not afraid of feathers on the runway, giving a major forecast for all feather everything in Spring 2019! Now we're definitely down for feeling fancy no matter the occasion, and feathered accessories may very well make their way here, but we're not so sure if feather tank tops and dresses are very practical for the beach! We still love a ruffle though, so get ready for some bold silhouettes in the Spring! 

4. Earth Tones - Monochromatic earth tones were a designer fave, and you know we love a good neutral! And it's not just one, it's all the sand, khaki, tan, and cream you could ever ask for. Obviously, we will be hopping on this one... not to mention the utility style will also be a trend... Get ready for some chic safari vibes as seen on Gigi Hadid for Fendi. 

Gigi hadid for Fendi spring 2019

5. Punchy Prints - we already mentioned we were going bold with ruffles next season, but prints are also going to be huge! And not just one print; mixing prints is definitely going to be a trend! Stripes, polka dots, scarf prints (yes, straight from the 70's), even mix and match fabrics! Now we're not going as bold with mixing prints, but you can definitely expect some florals you've never seen before inspired by these Zimmerman colors and ruffles. 

Zimmerman runway for spring 2019

Now there's a whole other array of colors that we can go over like Living Coral, Fiesta Red, and Aspen Gold, but I think we're going to save those for another blog post focused just on color trends and how to wear them! Which of these trends are you loving and how much of them do you want to see at Côte? Make sure to follow us on our social media where we make polls and ask questions specifically so you guys can choose what we buy! 

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How to wear Fall's trendiest color, Marigold!

How to wear Fall's trendiest color, Marigold!
If you haven't already seen it all over your social media, let us be the first to tell you! Marigold, that orange-y yellow color you would normally never think to put on your body, is THE color for Fall. Yes, it's true. Fashion Bloggers are quickly scooping up all the Marigold accessories, coats, dresses, etc. and they are styling them like pros! If you haven't jumped on this trend, that's okay! We're giving you all the styling advice on how to wear the color of the season with confidence! We will let you in on a little hint: it's ALL about the color choice. 
fall 2018 marigold and blue color scheme by Côte Boutique
And the first rule with color blocking, you can't go wrong with complementary colors. Marigold, an orange shade, is opposite blue on the color wheel so they will always go together! You can start this trend off easy by finding these colors in a stripe, as seen in our frequency v neck thermal, or go with a blue sweater and add marigold accessories like earrings or a purse, or vice versa! However, don't be afraid to go bold! Marigold is everywhere, find a long marigold coat and pair it with our bright blue Southside Thermal and a blue plaid scarf! Keep your shoes neutral with a brown or black and don't forget to accessorize! Shop our fave pics for our 'Marigold and Blue' scheme below: 
free people southside thermal in blue available at cote boutique   free people frequency v neck thermal available at cote boutique  free people calico trapeze dress available at cote boutique
marigold and emerald fall 2018 styled by cote boutique
Fall means it's time to break out the jewel tones! If you follow our blog, you know quetzal (another take on emerald), is also trending this season and we are obsessed with both. Hence, why we LOVE to mix them! If you're keen on making a statement, analogous colors are the way to do it! Colors next to each other on the color wheel easily blend into one another so this isn't the first time we've seen green and yellow paired, and it definitely won't be the last! Go bold by pairing a Marigold dress like our Loren dress with an emerald (or olive) jacket. Or go a little more subtle by pairing our Sibley Sweater Dress with a marigold clutch and earrings. Break up the color clash by pairing a denim jacket (or any other neutral color like tan or cream) over your dress! Shop our favorites of this color scheme below: 
buddy love sibley sweater dress in army green at cote boutique  4sienna loren dress fall 2018 at cote boutique
fall 2018 marigold and black styled by cote boutique
The easiest way to introduce the Marigold trend into your wardrobe is by pairing it with blacks and browns. Give your wardrobe a pop of color with our MinkPink Daisy Mesh Top with colored daisies paired with black pants and accessories for an easy put together look! You can also pair it under a jumper like our Valerie Pinnie Dress to make the sleeves stand out! We're also obsessing over our marigold Venice Bohemian Mini with a subtle floral pattern with pops of brown and red. This one is super easy to wear because all you have to do is throw it on and head out! If you want to tone down the pattern, you can tuck this one into a brown pleated midi skirt or denim mini if you need a more casual look. Shop this color scheme below:
minkpink daisy mesh top at cote boutique  xix palms venice bohemian mini at cote boutique  minkpink valerie pinnie dress at cote boutique
Which color scheme is your favorite? 
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Could you be a French It Girl? The Answer is YES

Could you be a French It Girl? The Answer is YES

We've definitely got a thing for the classics. And Parisian Style is just that. The effortless jean and tees, the relaxed sense of it all. There's something about the French It Girl that we love so much. Maybe it's because Paris is where fashion started. Maybe it's because we've looked up to French Designers like Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Christian Dior for our entire lives. Either way, the French It Girl always comes across as cool, confident, and chic. We can't pinpoint exactly why we love it so much, but we are definitely inspired. 

We keep seeing the same rules for French style such as 1) keep your palette neutral with earthy and rust colors. When doing color, stick to classic colors like navy and red. 2) stick with simple patterns like polka dots, gingham, and small florals that will always be in style. 

Whether your French style icon is Brigitte Bardot or newbie Thylane Blondeau, attaining French It Girl status is easy with this killer wardrobe! Keep reading for our choices of the French It Girl staples and how to incorporate them into your own wardrobe, then shop our favorites directly from Côte. 

1. Straight Leg Jeans

free people stella indigo jean available at cote boutique

A basic tucked in Tee with lived-in straight leg jeans are a classic French style that can easily be incorporated into your own wardrobe. The easiest style to pull off when you're in a fashion rut (it happens to all of us). Find a vintage tee in the bottom of your drawer and tuck her in to some chic high waist jeans. Go for a minimalist look paired with loafers, or dress her up with a bold heel and velvet bag.

Shop our fave pair here: 


Jean Stella Skinny Indigo - Free People $78

 

2. Summer Dress

A long bold pattern is the essence of a French It Girl. The best part about the dress being the star of the show? Minimal accessories is key for this look. Throw on your favorite handmade gold pendant (like our Coin Necklace) and you're good to go. You can easily throw on a denim jacket and some white sneakers for a more modern look, or go simple with a bucket bag and cat eye sunglasses. 

Shop our fave Midi here: 


Caldasi Midi Dress - Free People $128

3. Patterned Dress

 

French Girl style is a classic, and polka dots are equally a classic. You can never go wrong with a simple print that never goes out of style. Simple details like buttons and a pendant necklace are great for a chic look. Or channel your inner Chloe Bleinc and pair with bold booties!  

Shop our fave tee shirt dress here: 


Kindred Button Front Dress - MinkPink $98

Some other must haves for attaining the French It Girl style are espadrilles, gold jewelry, a straw boater hat, and a good bucket bag. So pick your faves and incorporate them into your own wardrobe and never worry about being out of style.

Show us how you style your own pieces by using #wheresyourcote and be featured on our Instagram! And don't forget to have fun while putting your Parisian style together. Keep up with us on all our social media platforms below! 

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Bisous babes, xxx

Abby & Andie 

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