Don’t be off trend in last season’s colors and designs. Here is our roundup of emerging spring fashion trends you can follow.
Black and white
We love that Anthony Vaccarello and Marc Jacobs are following the latest trend of colorblocking by going back to the basics. Black and white is always a trend that everyone can follow as it is always classy and sophisticated.
Shop the trend: Marc Jacobs striped techno twill blazer and pencil skirt (Bergdorf Goodman, $2,090).
Designers like Tom Ford and Nina Ricci are incorporating sheer looks into their spring fashion designs. This look can be quite revealing, so make sure you keep your look tasteful by choosing to only reveal one area at a time. This can give an outfit a soft and feminine touch while being edgy as well.
Shop the trend: Nina Ricci lace-bodice flutter chiffon dress in malachite (Neiman Marcus, $2,475).
Victoria Beckham and Mulberry have included some crazy-beautiful work-wear pieces into their collections. We love the tailored menswear and polished sheath looks on women. These are styles that will truly suit us all.
Shop the trend: Victoria Beckham textured wool sleeveless dress (Bergdorf Goodman, $725).
Head-to-toe bold colors
Designers like Carolina Herrera, Gucci and Stella McCartney had solid color outfits on the runway during Fashion Week. Think colorblocking, but with just one main color.
Shop the trend: Carolina Herrera cashmere silk bolero and jacquard waves A-line dress (Neiman Marcus, $3,280).
Gucci and Christian Dior had pieces with some serious ruffles. We love this feminine trend that you can incorporate into several pieces like tops, bottoms, dresses, skirts or handbags.
Shop the trend: Gucci silk Cady flounce gown (Bergdorf Goodman, $4,200).
Jason Wu and Celine used leather to give their looks a tasteful edge. Leather is a trend that we hope never stops. It is so sleek and sassy.
Shop the trend: Jason Wu padded leather motorcycle jacket (Neiman Marcus, $3,990).