What NYFW Means For Spring and Summer Trends

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We all know that New York Fashion Week is the ultimate preview for what will be in for the upcoming seasons, but sometimes it can be hard to decipher what NYFW actually means for spring/summer trends. Who has the time to sift through all of the different shows and pick out what will actually become a trend, and what will stay behind at the event? We do, of course. We have put together an easy guide for what you should be wearing come warmer months.

 

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Forever 21 Pinstripe Chambray Shirt, $10, forever21.com

Pinstripes

Pinstripes have already made their debut as a chic addition to any outfit for fall, but come spring, they are going to hit it big. This ultra flattering pattern can be worn as a neutral piece, and therefore can go with anything. Designers Claudi Li and Adam Selman, among others, showcased this trend in their shows and we are sure to see more of it soon.

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MLM Collared Surplice Dress, $76.99, forever21.com

White on White

Again, we have seen all-white-everything looks from a few trendsetters, but this chic style will hit the mainstream market in the next few months. From matching sets, to white jeans paired with a crisp white blouse, the white craze will pop up in unique ways.

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Ribbed Knit Cropped Cami, $13.99, forever21.com

Hot Pink

Finally the day has come where we all get to embrace our inner Elle Woods, because hot pink is HOT. The gloriously girly color was all over NYFW and we cannot wait until it heats back up and we get to step out in this bright color.

Between Kendall and Kylie Jenner taking the runway by storm, Tom Ford returning to the New York fashion scene after a six year hiatus, and the introduction of “See Now, Buy Now” runway clothes, this fashion week was one for the books. We can’t wait for the next fashion week and to see these trends spring to life, comewell, spring.

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