Spring-In Fashion

Pack away the sweaters and box up the boots because spring has sprung, and Easter is just around the corner.

It’s that time of the year when you can express yourself in your best attire, which includes vibrant colors, accessories, hairstyles, and cute shoes.

Although I love my job as blogger-in-chief, if I had the chance, I would be working in the fashion industry or have a talk show to bring my fashion sense to the world daily.

Like every year, I research styles that are going to be in so I can keep myself fly.  I wanted to share them with you; so, here it goes…..

Ok ladies, instead of a little black dress, big time stylists are saying you need a little white dress. A white dress is light and flowy and can be topped with an accessory like an extra-large belt. You also need a trench coat in your wardrobe collection. A trench coat can be worn with anything to add drama and complete your look day or night.

Icy blue is one color that is trending for 2024. Icy blue gives me spring vibes all day and the color reminds me of the sky. Another color that’s in is pink. I’m really feeling pink, it makes me happy and reminds me of Easter. It also makes me think of the blockbuster movie, Barbie.

Men I can’t leave you out. According to one fashion trend of 2024 black outfits are in. This color trend makes a man look very sheek. Another fashion trending for males is a nice narrow watch. My favorite guy got this trend down for his watch game and it is nice!

Although I love talking fashion, I do know sometimes keeping in with the style can cause challenges for persons who have disabilities.

Because I use a scooter for mobility purposes, my clothes must fit me a certain way so I’m able to move and remain independent. If they’re too big, it’s a possibility of them getting caught on different things. On the other hand, if they’re too tight, I’m not able to move freely or even drive the scooter. Being able to put on clothes independently is a big plus.

Another clothing concern can be textural for people with sensory disabilities.

Although these challenges come into play, luckily there’re ways for people with disabilities to look good. One thing that will help a person with a disability stay with the fashion trend is knowing their self. I know exactly the colors, fabrics, size and looks that compliment my body.

Others have also dedicated their career to creating fashionable clothes for people with disabilities.

Click on this link to learn more about accessible clothing and trends.


Whatever style you choose to wear this spring, just make sure they’re an expression of you and make sure you feel good.

As for me, I’m on the hunt for pink, orange and yellow to add to my spring collection!

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