DIY: Coachella Inspired Flower Crowns

Even if you are not on the festival grounds, you have seen the festival styles and are, no doubt, pining for the fashionable looks. Now, with the help of Late Afternoon, you can create a signature Coachella accessory on your own with these few easy steps.

What You Need: Floral tape, floral glue, scissors, leather straps, and flowers (duh)

ONE: Start with two long strands of a wispy flower with a bendable stalk. Measure so each strand goes over a little more than half of your head. Trim the stems and tie a piece of leather cord to the end of each strand.

The Perfect Outfits for Easter Weekend

It’s always fun to dress up for Easter because it’s the perfect time to bring out the pastels and florals that have been hiding deep within your closet all winter. Whether you’re heading to church, brunch, or meeting up with your family, it’s always fun to dress up. Check out our top 5 outfits for Easter weekend for under $65.

There’s nothing wrong with a little comfort. Jogger pants are the perfect pants to give you the best of both worlds; style and comfort. Check out these olive joggers from American Eagle priced at $34.95. Comfort never looked this good.

3 Spring Trends for the Office

Trend alert! Full midi skirts are in this season; they are feminine and chic. Skirts to the office are great to switch up your wardrobe during the week. Ditch the black or gray pencil skirt for a full midi skirt for a nice change. It’s long enough to help you pull off a modest office appropriate look. It’s, also, a versatile piece; you can add a blazer for a more business look or add a cardigan for a casual look. With various midi styles to choose from, a pleated one might be the perfect look for the office without compromising your personal style. Shop the trend here.

Dress Up for Spring

Spring is in motiont and there is no better time than now to rock your favorite dress with confidence. The great thing about styling a dress is there are limitless ways to dress it up or dress it down. There are also so many flattering, functional and flirty styles to choose from this season. breaks down some of our seasonal style faves in this handy list.

We love a high-low dress in flattering hues of blue from Ami Club Wear. Wear a cardi or blazer over this now, and as the temperature rises, wear this fab number as a stand alone. Dress this up or dress this down -- spring perfect.

Incorporate Florals into Your Wardrobe this Spring

Some people consider it cliché to wear florals in the spring, as the trend come every year with the season. But once the cold starts to fade and the flowers start to bloom, it’s hard to not embrace a little floral in our wardrobe. There’s various ways to incorporate the floral trend this season, so if you’re trying to figure out how, has you covered.

Nothing says spring like a floral dress. Try a knee length dress like this one from Modcloth, with blue and black sketch-like blooms. Pairing a cardigan with this A- line beauty would make the perfect spring outfit.

Moto Jackets for Spring

A fashion staple to pay attention to this season is the moto jacket; moto jackets are chic, trendy and edgy. They are the perfect transitional piece into the season because they work perfectly for that “in-between” weather. They are also timeless pieces, making them a worthy investment for all fashionistas Check out these fab selections we rounded up; they will not only have you feeling like you’re on Sons of Anarchy, but they’ll get you through the next few months feeling modish.

Blush is a great hue to start off your spring. We love this asymmetrical moto jacket from Macy’s. It screams spring! It’s trendy with great detail, like the gold zippers all over and quilted shoulders. To give it a more feminine feel, this moto can be paired with a pencil skirt for a fresh spring look.

All About the Color- Blocking Trend

There are several trends in the fashion world every year. But while some come and go, some stay no matter the season; color blocking is one of those with staying power. It's been around for a long time and shows no signs of backing down just yet. Now that spring is finally upon us, we will probably see this trend even more as lots of designers have revisited the trend and incorporated it in their spring clothing collections. It’s really not the easiest trend to pull off successfully; at times, you can end up looking like you left the house undecided on what color to wear and decided on all of them. Here's some helpful insight on how to master this trend and feel confident at the same time.

Tending Spring Bags

This bright pop of color tote is a breath of fresh spring air. The sand color mixed with neon yellow is the perfect combo. Cool detailing with zippers on each side makes it even more stylish. Perfect for the days you want to stuff your life in your bag, (we all have those days). You can snag this beauty from Sole Society for $59.95.

Lots of designers have gone print crazy for this spring--not only clothing but hand bags as well. It definitely comes in handy if you want to improve a simple jeans and plain blouse look. You can freshen up your laid back look with an animal print clutch like this envelope clutch we love from Lulus for $40.

TRENDING NOW! Men's Spring 2014

TROPICAL FLORAL: The flowers are abloom this spring, and so is floral print in fashion for men. But wait, before you start thinking palm trees and dandelions, take a look at some collections from Dries Van Noten, and Alexander McQueen. The Tropical Floral trend for men delves deep into richly textured fabrics, exotic and dark colored floral prints, and the combination of familiar and exciting new geometrical silhouettes.

TRENDING NOW! Spring 2014

Tribal Tropicana, Pop Art, & Sports Center: GlamDamnIt's Top 3 Womenswear Trends for Spring!

POPART: Pop Art is homage to beautifully bold and bright colors, abstract prints, textured fabrics, and freedom of expression. Like a fine painting, the Pop Art trend rips the brushstrokes from the lonely canvas and plasters it on the garment for the world to see. Whether being inspired by political street muralists like Miuccia Prada, or the graffiti-style of Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton, spring is proving to be a season of exploration, and your body is the perfect canvas.