Bold colors and whimsical patterns dominate teen fashion this spring—strong looks that are meant to be combined. Here are some of the most fun, fashion-forward styles that can take kids from the classroom to the Friday night dance.
- Photographed byAnnie Deptula
- Styled byAllison Rae Marsh
- Makeup byCat Sherwin
- Jackson OllerCourtesy of LA Models
Yellow bomber jacket by Elwood, elwoodclothing.com, $38; newspaper button-up shirt by Elwood, $34; Ben Sherman chambray pants, Macy’s, $70; yellow suede Vans, Urban Outfitters, $60
Jackson Oller, 16, Crespi Carmelite High School
Olivia Marsh, 17, Notre Dame High School
Indigo denim parka jacket by Elwood, elwoodclothing.com, $54; olive cuffed track pant by Elwood, $34; black & white striped T-shirt by Elwood, $18; blue Golden Goose sneakers, Barney’s, $415
Jungle print Barbarella top, $176 and shorts, $148, lykkewullf.com; gold necklace with diamond, safiaday.com, $300; gold ball bracelets, lovearoundtheneck.com, $45; Golden Goose sneakers, Barneys, $490
Black & white gingham top, lykkewullfcom, $130; diamond gold lightning bolt necklace, safiaday.com, $600; gold hoop earrings, lovearoundtheneck.com, $175
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