A Fashion Expert Shares 3 Tips That Will Inspire You to Feel and Look Your Best

These spring fashion trends will have you looking and feeling your best this season.

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Need spring fashion inspiration? Fashion expert Joe Katz will give you a run-down of the most essential pieces you need in your wardrobe this spring season. This video will show you three spring fashion trends that will have you feeling fresh and looking your best this season!

This first look we’re introduced to is definitely different and a must try. The “utility look” is a monochromatic type outfit with neutral tones, the best thing is if you top it off with your own accessories you can make them stand out!

It’s all about the color yellow in this second spring look. What other could you wear that would make you feel like sunshine? Brighten up your day with a fun and comfortable yellow romper in which you can be active in or go out for a nice brunch.

This last look we are introduced to is a flowy and floral dress with added ruffles for that extra dash of texture. Everyone needs a staple piece in their spring outfits, and this has to be one of them!

Clothing provided by Pleione by Robin K USA.com

Check out more of Joe Katz styling at wwww.josephkatz.com or keep up with the latest trends on Instagram.

About Joseph Katz

Joseph Katz moved to Los Angeles from New York where he reported on fashion trends for ABC’s Ontheredcarpet.com, NBC LA and CBS 2. Joe contributed weekly to CBS Radio’s KFWB as well as Martha Stewart Radio on Sirius XM radio. You can read some of his celebrity fashion commentary in InTouch magazine, Life & Style magazine, Real Simple and OK Magazine. Joseph was the Fashion Expert at the Oscar Awards® reporting live from the Red Carpet for the Associated Press, as well as with CBS and CNN.

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