Style Report: 3 Fashion Week Trends You Can Wear Now

❤ By Hannah Blu

Don’t you just love the smell of fresh fashion in the air? This week rounds out yet another eventful fashion month, and we’ve gotta say that the Spring/Summer ready-to-wear collections have been equally surprising and delightful. From model-designer collaborations to fun, unexpected details, the runways were overflowing with major style #inspo.

But who wants to wait until next year to rock the trends we’re loving now? Not us! That’s why we’re bringing you three of our favorite Fashion Week trends that are totally wearable for the current season and the ones to come!

Take one of these trends for a spin – just tap your favorite pieces to shop!

Navy Reserves: Tommy Hilfiger’s highly anticipated capsule collection with supermodel / GoJane #GirlCrush Gigi Hadid debuted at NYFW, and it’s already flying off shelves. If you haven’t been able to score one of their coveted nautical-inspired styles, don’t fret. We’ve got the perfect pieces to wear for your idyllic seaside escape before chilly weather hits!

Stripe 4 The Picking Seersucker Jumpsuit Sensational Stripes Plunging Romper Stripe For The Picking Two-Piece Set Image Map

Faux Fur Sure Snakeskin Lace-Up Heels Feathered Friend Pointy Velvet Pumps Flaunting Feathers Chunky Velvety Heels Image Map

Plume Service: While these luxe details are usually reserved for fall and winter, feathers and fur were a highlight of the Spring ’17 shows. Prada and Ralph Lauren displayed colorful coats constructed in plush fur and trimmed with opulent ostrich feathers. To get the look for less, try rocking feathers and fur on your feet by way of fluffy straps, pouf accents, and cozy ankle cuffs.

Walking Bouquet Floral Faux Wrap Maxi Perennial Party Crop Top 'N Leggings Set Flow Keeps Pleated Floral Maxi Skirt Image Map

Dose of Decadent Florals: As always, Dolce & Gabbana’s RTW collection featured plenty of the label’s signature floral motifs. It was – wait for it – groundbreaking! More sensuous than the traditional spring floral, these dimensional designs are perfect for transitioning into fall and winter. Once spring rolls around, you’ll already be ahead of the game, sartorially speaking.

Passion For Clashin’: Mixing Floral Prints

❤️ By Hannah Blu

Thanks to Meryl Streep’s amazing Anna Wintour impression in The Devil Wears Prada, we’re well aware that floral prints aren’t exactly groundbreaking for warm weather fashion. The runways are abloom with flower-patterned styles every spring and summer, solidifying the fact that this perennial print isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

The question is: How do we update our floral print game each season? By mixing and matching, of course! Today we’re showing you how to chicly combine your favorite patterns and classic florals without looking like you got dressed in the dark.

See something you gotta have? Simply click on your favorite pieces to shop them now!

Bud Gal Floral Print Bomber Jacket Bud Gal Floral Print Bomber Jacket Bud Gal Floral Print Bomber Jacket Polka Face Dotted Off-Shoulder Dress Polka Face Dotted Off-Shoulder Dress Polka Face Dotted Off-Shoulder Dress Chic View Faux Leather Foldover Clutch Holey One Perforated Faux Suede Booties Image Map

Hot To Dot: Bold, spotted prints are equally as timeless as florals. Try this retro-inspired polka dot minidress paired with a floral print bomber jacket for a modernized pin-up look. The jacket’s satiny texture and edgy chinoiserie print add an urban-glam feel to the ensemble. Just finish the look with perforated chunky heels for the ideal date-night outfit!

Casual Code Off-The-Shoulder Top Fresh 'N Fancy Cut-Out Caged Heels Natural Whimsy Flared Skirt Natural Whimsy Flared Skirt Natural Whimsy Flared Skirt Chic View Faux Leather Foldover Clutch Crochet Your Way Lacy Choker Image Map

Stripe A Match: We adore pairing stripes with florals for a preppy vibe with a hint of girly attitude. For this look, a nautical-striped, off-the-shoulder top tucks into an ultra feminine rose-printed flare skirt for a cute and quirky way to wear mixed prints this season. Combined with strappy heels, this outfit is perfect for a garden wedding, tea party, or shower!

Chic View Faux Leather Foldover Clutch Go Fleur It Floral Satin Bomber Jacket Keep Palm Carry On Top 'N Skirt Set Keep Palm Carry On Top 'N Skirt Set Point The Arrow Round Sunglasses Image Map

Field Of Flowers: Floral-on-floral can be the trickiest trend to pull off. When mixing floral prints, try to stick with a simple color palette for your base (like the black and white palm frond design shown here). For your topper, opt for a slightly more spaced-out pattern with complementary hues and grounding solid accents – your outfit will be perfectly mismatched without appearing too busy.

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