Spring 2022 Fashion Trends We Are Thrilled to See Everywhere


Spring is effectively here, and with it comes a chance at a whole new wardrobe… Or at least a chance at upgrading our wardrobe and incorporating new looks into our daily fashion repertoire. It’s time to pick out pieces from our favorite brands, such as AX Paris, and come up with a new, seasonal ‘you’. This is more important now than ever before after we’ve been stuck at home for too long. It’s time to ditch your sweats and re-emerge into the world a more put-together, fashionable you.

Below are the latest Spring 2022 fashion trends that we are thrilled to see emerging everywhere. They are important to consider while putting together your new spring wardrobe. But remember, most importantly, stay true to your style and allow the current trends to color your choices where you see fit.


Likely because we were stuck in our houses for so long without anyone to see us, now, the current trends dictate that people want to be seen! Maximal fashion choices are in. Big pieces in bold colors that make a statement are predicted to be seen all around us this spring. Think about pieces with voluminous silhouettes, high, buttoned necklines, and frills. Along with big silhouettes and statement-making pieces, the maximalism trend also encompasses accessories. Large, bright, and eye-catching pieces are also crucial to this trend. Specifically, big sunglasses, colorful scarves and bows, and big jewelry pieces are in style!


While beautiful, pastel dresses tend to dominate the spring season regularly, this season, while those pieces are in, a breath-taking jumpsuit is even more in style. Full-body jumpsuits with or without sleeves are a chic piece for any spring look in 2022. The cut of the trendy jumpsuit matters more than the color, but pastels, neons, and, of course, the staple nude and black hues are the trendiest colors you can pick when choosing a jumpsuit.

Cardigans & Knitwear


I can’t express enough how much knitwear is on trend this year. Knitwear was a staple trend of Fall 2021, and it has transitioned effortlessly into Spring 2022. Of course, this spring, lighter knit pieces are better for you than the heavier knits of fall. Mix-and-match knit separates in pastels and nudes will steal the show. However, knit cardigans are also trendier now than ever before.


We got used to working at our homes, it’s true. Having to put on real clothes again hasn’t been easy. That’s why leggings are dominating the Spring 2022 trends. They provide ample comfort while still adding to our fashion statements. We can easily slip on a cute dress or tunic top and pair it with leggings for ultimate comfort and style at the same time.

Florals and Prints

Aside from the above fashion pieces, prints are also crucial to talk about when discussing trends. And, as is expected with spring trends, florals and prints are absolutely in right now! It’s the spring of Maximalism, after all, so the brighter or louder the print or color, the better. However, subdued floral prints are also in style, as they usually are for the spring season.

All in all, your style is your own. You should be sure that your top priority when changing out your wardrobe for spring involves making the statement you want to make. It’s your image, after all. And then, try to incorporate or sprinkle in some of the latest fads to accent your unique look. And, when choosing new pieces, remember to pick from reliable favorites like AX Paris to help you with your spring wardrobe transformation.

Written by Malorie Mackey
Malorie Mackey is an actress and writer living in Los Angeles, CA. Malorie's first published book entitled "My Playboy Story: Hopping from Richmond to Hollywood" was published in 2017. Since then, Malorie's short story "What Love Has Taught Me" has been published in the anthology "Choices," and she has been writing and blogging about travel and adventure in hopes to publish her next book about travel soon. She believes that everyone should enjoy a little adventure in their lives. Check out www.maloriesadventures.com