Spring Trend Report: Folklure

 Bohemian flare is getting a new upgrade this spring season. The heavy metal boho days are over. The new spring styling of folklure is sophistication and dainty details. It’s time to think about beautiful textiles that add extra dimension to your wardrobe.
 
We love that the evolution of floral prints have gone from loud, bold colors, to a soft organic look. Flowy dresses are still on trend and they are being paired with sneakers and flats. This trend has a huge focus on texture and it is being incorporated into footwear. Juno in New Tan is made with genuine texturized leather on the upper. This detail fits in perfectly with the Folklure trend as it emphasizes the focus on details. It also is made out of organic materials.
 
The Folklure trend is adaptable for anyone looking to change their style. Adding a few maxi dresses to your wardrobe is the perfect way to switch things up. You can also add a delicate jewlery for extra details. Woven patterns can be incorporated chunky sweaters and espadrille shoe bottoms. Basket weave designs are perfect examples of incorporating this trend as well.
 
This trend also focuses on products that are handcrafted. Naked Feet’s sacchetto line is the perfect. We are loving the Fondo in Salmon and Leva in Fake Pink. The Fondo’s upper incorporates the textures of the folklure trend. It also has a soft glove like fit from the sacchetto construction. The Leva is a sophisticated style that looks and feels modern. Both of these styles can be paired with comfortably worn in jeans, or long boho skirts.
The continued evolution of this trend creates a new eco warrior. This person is buying items with focus on the environment and how the products are made. They are also choosing handcrafted quality items over quantity.
 
We love how easy the folklure trend is to wear, especially within footwear. Try something new this spring and branch out into a new version of boho. The weather is perfect for it.

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