The cold icky weather has been bringing me down lately, but I plan to take my mind off of it with a good retail splurge on spring items this weekend. Yup, spring items are starting to hit stores right now!
Do you know what you’ll be wearing come spring? If not, don’t worry because I’ve done all the hard work for you with a list of the top spring fashion trends that made a huge impact on the runways. Keep scrolling to see all the key looks for spring 2015.
1. Festival Gal
Designers jumped onto the Festival Express with baby-doll dresses, long flowing vests, printed chiffon, and more! READ: Style Guide: Festival Fashion Essentials
Etro, Emilio Pucci, Dries von Noten
Designers spin on the utilitarian trend is flattering and comfy this season. You can easily incorporate it into your spring look with a utility jacket, a pair of khaki leg trousers, a utility strapped handbag, or other standout pieces.
Rodarte, Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs
This gridlock pattern covered everything from minidresses and coats to handbags and heels. READ: 8 Chic Ways to Wear the Gingham Trend!
Bottega Veneta, Michael Kors, Diane von Furstenberg
Typically reserved for the colder months, leather will be making a big splash come spring.
Prada, Louis Vuitton, Versace
5. Flower Power
Spring florals this year are fresher and boldly feminine. READ: Trend Report: Big Floral Prints
Michael Kors, Erdem, Thakoon
Suede is typically not a spring staple, but you’ll find pops of soft colors on suede in just about everything.
Derek Lam, Jason Wu, Miu Miu
It’s all about denim! From dark wash to bedazzled, flare bottoms, lace up and more! READ: 8 Ways to Do Denim This Spring and Summer
Chloe, Anthony Vaccarello, Stella McCartney
Spring is all about the 70’s fringe. Designers found new ways to interpret this flowing versatile trend. READ: How to Incorporate Fringe into Your Summer Look
Emilio Pucci, Sonia Rykiel, Giambattista Valli
Asymmetrical necklines and hemlines were prevalent on the Paris runway shows.
Valentino, Anthony Vaccarello, Maison Martin Margiela
10. White Lace
These delicate and romantic lace patterns were found on a number of beautiful and innovative pieces.
Erdem, Valentino, Givenchy
Delicate and weightless, uber sheer pieces were the focus of several creative designers this season.
Michael Kors, Valentino, Chloe
All images from Style.com