Spring trends influence collection of shoes, handbags and fashion jewelry as part of center core revitalization.
PLANO, TEXAS - With spring just around the corner, JCPenney is replacing cozy winter wear with a fresh arrangement of spring fashion, sandals and accessories that epitomize the season's most coveted looks. The Company is showcasing spring style in both new and beloved brands, while revealing an updated assortment of shoes, handbags and accessories that will entice weather weary shoppers on the hunt for this season's most wearable trends.
Femme & Floral
Lace, drape detailing, illusion sheers and floral prints are infused with soft yellows, minty greens and rose-hued pinks to create a romantic feminine statement. Examples include the Liz Claiborne sleeveless belted floral dress, Bisou Bisou's lace-sleeve tees and floral print soft pants.
Sporty & Chic
Athleisure takes a more sophisticated turn this season with modern athletic wear that incorporates clean lines, sport- inspired knits, soft blazers and contrasting stripes. This popular look is reflected in Stylus sweaters, a.n.a jogger pants and Liz Claiborne Weekend, a new line that offers casual separates for the classic woman.
Bold & Graphic
Daring uses of rich citrus hues and traditional black and white are classic examples of art influencing fashion. Prominent stripes and retro-inspired prints paired with classic silhouettes are essential to making this trend relevant. Worthington's color block tee, black and white peplum top and matching cropped pants provide an updated rendition of this nod to artistic flare.
Characterized by the free-spirited Bohemian style, this trend offers fashion that is flowy, yet functional, with earthy tones such as indigo and bronze accented by tribal-inspired patterns. Examples of this look include Arizona roll-cuff jean shorts, St. John's Bay vertical lace skirt, and the Decree long-sleeve envelope-back peasant top. (SOURCE: JCPenney)
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