Lifestyle Style Spring Trends Worth Trying From Olivia Palermo's printed pants to Kirsten Dunst's pumped up kicks, see how to get your hands on the hottest A-list styles – all at wallet-friendly prices By Alex Apatoff and Olivia Villanti Published on March 14, 2012 10:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 13 PRINTED PANTS Danny Martindale/Wireimage Why let shirts have all the fun when it comes to patterns? Opt for tailored styles and pair with solid separates. Feeling bold? Mix in a second print like Olivia Palermo did (via her heels) at the Topshop/Unique Spring show. 02 of 13 FLORAL SHOES Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Speaking of printed kicks, versions like ‘s Dolce & Gabbana daisy wedges promise to be big this season. They’re fun, whimsical and, best of all, make a worn-a-million-times LBD look fresh and new. 03 of 13 PASTELS Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Easter-inspired shades, like ‘s sparkly, blush Diane von Furstenberg frock, are surprisingly easy to wear – and they provide a striking visual contrast to dark neutrals, like a black blazer. 04 of 13 DAYTIME METALLIC National Photo Group Get more mileage out of your gleamy pieces by wearing them before the sun sets – just play down the glam factor by pairing the item with casual denim and a slouchy tee, à la Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 05 of 13 PERFORATION Jeff Vespa/WireImage Lucy Liu proves she’s ahead of the style curve by rocking a dress with detailed cutouts at the Indie Spirit Awards. The look is decidedly edgy, but when applied to classic staples like a full skirt, it’s feminine and even office appropriate. 06 of 13 BOLD BLAZERS Splash News Online Trade your black topper for one in a bright, unexpected color – like yellow or the tangerine hue Olivia Palermo wears during London Fashion Week. 07 of 13 CLUTCHES THAT POP Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Breathe new life into an all-black winter wardrobe by adding ultra-bright accessories. We love Paz Vega’s choice of an oversize neon clutch paired with an otherwise monochromatic ensemble. 08 of 13 BRIGHT JEANS Bauer-Griffin Last year’s ubiquitous red jeans have given way to a whole rainbow of hues in shades like neon pink, baby blue and Kelly-green Earnest Sewn pair (worn with a blue Sportmax coat in N.Y.C.). 09 of 13 BLACK-AND-WHITE STRIPES Willi Schneider/Rex USA The standby wardrobe staple graduates from sailor-chic tees to allover graphic glam, as demonstrates in her zigzag-print Kenzo cocktail dress at a Berlin event. 10 of 13 SWEATER DRESSES JB Lacroix/Wireimage L.A. resident shows off the perfect transitional outfit with a Pencey knit dress – but those in cooler climates can look equally adorable by wearing the mini with tights and knee-high boots. 11 of 13 HIGH SLITS Nick Sadler/Startraks Adding a sexy twist to the maxi dress craze, dares to bare (nearly) all in a high-slit, plunging sage-green gown in London. Tone down the look by throwing a long-sleeve crewneck over the dress and letting your legs do all the talking. 12 of 13 TAILORED TUXES Valerie Macon/Getty A perennial favorite, this season’s sexy tuxedo looks thoroughly modern with a fitted, cropped pant and a lacy top (like Bocanegra ensemble in Beverly Hills) to keep the ensemble from veering into too-masculine territory. 13 of 13 FLIPPY SKIRTS Chris Weeks/Getty Miniskirt, maximum impact! combines flirty with fierce in a pleated Alice + Olivia mini, which will work well into the spring.