Hot picks from MOA® Trend Specialist Sara Rogers
When it comes to the most comfortable thing to throw on in your closet, nothing compares to a T-shirt. Thank goodness spring’s new styles make it easy to look great while you’re in comfort mode. From pop-art prints to nature-friendly materials, today’s trendy tee’s are the perfect walking billboard for whatever you want to get off of your chest.
Support a Cause
American Apparel / 186 North Garden
What better way to show your support for a cause than wearing it loud and proud across your chest. American Apparel helps gets the word out about equal rights, while also promoting one of spring’s hottest colors – purple.
Lucky Brand Jeans / 170 South Avenue
Boho chic is hot this season, and the best way to rock the peace, love and happiness vibe is to wear organic! This “tree-hugging” top from Lucky Brand Jeans is made out of 100% organic cotton which is grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment.
True Religion / 174 South Avenue
I adore True Religion’s quirky take on the classic “I Heart NY” T-shirt. Whatever city you happen to hail from (or are longing to move to), show your metropolis some love. As a bonus – True Religion T’s are already washed to perfection to give them a classic, vintage feel.
Puma / 106 North Garden
Finally – a piece of art you can afford! T-shirts are the perfect canvas for artistic expression as you can see by this Andy Warhol-inspired Puma design. Getting dressed in the morning is now the newest way to support the arts.
metropark / 108 North Garden
Metallics are still on-trend for spring and summer fashion. Basic gold and silver will still be spotted in the stores, but it’s metallics infused with color that really shine this season. This trendy top from Metropark really stands out with fun metallic details and attention grabbing graphics.
Onward Style is Lavender’s exclusive column written by Sara Rogers, MOA® Trend Specialist. She has worked in the fashion industry for more than 20 years as a model, fashion specialist, wardrobe therapist, and television host. As the Trend Specialist and Personal Shopper for Mall of America®, her “office” spans 4.2 million square feet and more than 520 stores, providing her with extensive resources to research what’s hot in retail trends.