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Three Spring Trends to Wear Now: In a Season Crowded With Covetable Looks

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By Amanda Garrigus

The spring fashion shows may have happened last fall, but the looks that showed on the runways of New York, Paris, and Milan are only just now ready to make their appearance on the street. Here’s a refresher course on three trends that will be making headlines as the temperatures rise.

Beige Baby

Don’t think beige is exciting? Think again! Designers from Dior to Prada, Balmain to Chanel, breathed new life into the staid shade, and we’re all in. Keep it fresh by wearing the color from head to toe.



The Inspiration: Chanel

This utility shirt by Vince is an easy way to bring a little beige into your life.

Make a bid to join the Balmain army by scooping this killer double-breasted jacket. Bonus: it’s an investment piece you can pass on to your grand kids when the trend, once again, makes a comeback.

One-and-done: the trend in a dress that’s as easy to wear as it is comfortable and chic. Plus, let’s face it, spring doesn’t always bring the warmest weather, so a little extra coverage can be just the thing.

Crazy for Crafting

Like crafting? Apparently so does Donatella Versace. Or at least she doesn’t mind asking her team of stellar seamstresses to get their glue gun on. Ok, Versace’s not using a glue gun, but this season they are advocating for clothes that look homespun and decidedly, well, cobbled together. We likey.

The Inspiration: Versace

You’ll want to take a picture in this Self-portrait dress that’s as on-trend as you wanna be.

Valentino’s ruffled floral print, cotton poplin mini dress. ’Nuff said.

Simone Rocha’s crafty spring fling dress is equal parts polished and prim.

Tie One On

Tie-dye won’t, well, die. But that’s ok, because this spring there are some very chic ways to spin the ‘70s throwback.

The Inspiration: Stella McCartney

Keep it old school with a tie-dye t-shirt from Reformation that’s guaranteed to give you déjà vu.

Altuzarra’s tie-dyed silk blouse would never have made the grade at Studio 54, and that’s why we love it.

Enliven your ensemble in this rich, satiny midi styled with an abstract tie-dye design.



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