No more hiding behind your clothes in workout wear, pajamas or oversized sweaters from winter. Just because you’re a mom now doesn’t mean you can’t wear the latest trends. In fact, it means you also have the advantage of also sharing your love of fashion with your children. Ease into a trend with subtle piece that fits your personality. Don’t tackle it head-on from head-to-toe if you’re not comfortable wearing it. For example, orange is this season’s hottest color but if you’re not sure about a bright orange dress, perhaps a coral top might suit you better. Have fun this spring and play with the trends you like best and you just might find your inner Rachel Zoe!

Stripes — always a spring staple, nautical stripes are everywhere this season. Take advantage of the trend and try stripes in a new, bold color like yellow or go for the classic blue and white sailor look.

Nautical Stripe Tee, $49.50, at anntaylorloft.com

Orange — it’s this season’s “it” color. Wear a dress or perhaps just pick an orange accessory like a great scarf or bag to perk up any plain outfit.

Patterson J. Kincaid Tank Dress, $128, at piperlime.com

70s chic — it’s true, high-waisted, flared jeans are back and look great paired with platforms!

Wide Leg Trouser Jeans, $69.50, at gap.com

Peasant Blouses — this is the perfect top for busy moms everywhere. They flatter any shape for work or play.

Romanian Shirt, $175, at calypsostbarth.com

White — it’s okay to bring out your white jeans and crisp linen pants for the spring season. This season’s whites have crisp clean lines and details like eyelet and lace.

Roll-up Linen-Blend Cargos, $34.50, at oldnavy.com

Florals — a sign that spring has sprung, wear your favorite florals in a top, skirt or dress.

Bellatrix Floral Chiffon Blouse, $68, at nordstrom.com

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About Christine

Christine Fox is a San Diego-based freelance writer and Everyday Mama to two. She is a style contributor to StyleBakeryMom.com and also has her own site at EverydayMama.com.
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