It's the first day of Spring, and Sunrise 7 got a behind the scenes look at what's in and what's out in spring fashion this year.

When surfing through your closet to change styles with the seasons, you're going to want to go out with the old and in with the new.

Some things that are out of style this Spring are anything that is plain and simple. So your typical 'boyfriend' type t-shirts and jeans are off the radar and out of the picture for this season.

Coming into style for 2017 spring is details.

"The bigger the better," explained Apricot Lane employee Mackenzie. "Spring is all about standing out."

Making sure your outfits include things like ruffles, cut-outs, lace, and criss-crosses allows for a more feminine twist.

One of the biggest trends for the upcoming spring and summer seasons is definitely cold shoulder, however. To go along with cold shoulder, off the shoulder is trending as well.

Something you can add with a nice pastel off the shoulder top is a staple white jean. White jeans are perfect for the spring season because they're bright and go with every color.

"It's so hard to narrow down these trends because there are so many that are popular right now," explained Apricot Lane Store Manager Makayla Schultz. "Bralettes are super versatile and add a wow factor to pretty much any outfit."

One of the biggest questions this season that females all over have been wondering is, if choker necklaces are still in style? The answer is yes, and the newest style includes a 'longer version of a choker' that is one of the front runners this spring.

"For men, the style for spring is definitely showing a lot of masculinity," Schultz said.

Button down shirts, cargo shorts, ties, and work boots are stand-outs for how to keep men looking in fashion during this spring season.

And finally, if you're thinking about what colors are in, the answer is pastels. Anything from blush, to olive and even baby blue will leave you being the eye of any spring event this season.Read more at:red formal dresses | white formal dresses