Fashion Accessories How to Accessorize Spring Fashion Trends By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on March 12, 2010 @ 05:57PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy Gap How to Accessorize Spring Fashion Trends 01 of 06 The Trend: Prints Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy Fallon The Accessory: Beaded Necklace Nothing complements a wild mix of patterns like an equally eclectic multi-strand choker as seen at Dries van Noten's Spring 2010 runway show. Afraid of overload? Separate a print skirt and colorful necklace with a plain tank. BUY IT NOW Pearl, black chain and rhinestone necklace, Fallon, $212; at charmandchain.com. 02 of 06 The Trend: Short Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy Michael Kors The Accessory: Platform Sandals If you're game to show a lot of leg, accent pieces like thigh-grazing miniskirts with chunky sandals. A loose silhouette, as seen on Fendi's runway, will keep the rest of your body under wraps-and further emphasize your endless stems. BUY IT NOW Leather and wooden platform sandals, Michael Michael Kors, $150; at michaelkors.com. 03 of 06 The Trend: Trekker Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy Lucky The Accessory: Fringed Bag Don't take the trend too far: skip the outback backpack and reach for a fringed pouch to give your neutral separates a chic '70s spin. The swinging trim will add a funky contrast to utilitarian safari-style outfits like this one from the Paul & Joe runway. BUY IT NOW Suede fringed bag, Lucky Brand, $99; at luckybrand.com. 04 of 06 The Trend: Gray for Day/ Silver for Night Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy Kate Spade The Accessory: Lucite Necklace We love the modernity of Lucite! Pile clear pieces onto a gray day dress for an unexpected but office-appropriate accent, or upgrade the gleam of a space-age shift (like Michael Kors's design) with Lucite statement jewelry. BUY IT NOW Three-strand Lucite necklace, Kate Spade, $125; at katespade.com. 05 of 06 The Trend: Peek-a-Boo Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy ASOS The Accessory: Structured Purse A frame bag, like the one from Dolce & Gabbana's Spring 2010 collection, will add a ladylike contrast to your little nothings. Choose a purse with classic details like quilting and tassels for a very Sophia-Loren-in-the-'60s feel. BUY IT NOW Leather frame bag, ASOS, $111; at asos.com. 06 of 06 The Trend: Soft Courtesy Imaxtree, Courtesy Gap The Accessory: Brown Belt Cinch in a floaty ensemble (like this one from Burberry Prorsum) with an earthy brown belt. Not only will the piece define your waist, it will toughen up flyaway layers. BUY IT NOW Embossed leather belt, Gap, $30; at gap.com.