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Resort 2022’s Biggest Trends Are Here To Remind You About Dressing Up

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Whether you call it pre-spring, cruise, or resort — the first fashions of 2022 are here for you to see. The verdict: aspirational glamour, back-to-work suiting, and a dose of the comfort you’re now used to are all on the table in the new year. Prepare accordingly.

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Bold, clashing hues add instant energy to your look, combatting winter blues.NIna Ricci
At-home dressing isn’t gone for good, but schlubby knits and furry slides are the way to make the lax feel fashionable. Proenza Schouler
Your average knitwear is getting a bold upgrade thanks to detailing like the agate slice baubles at Gabriela Hearst.Gabriela Hearst
Imagine new ways to interpret spring florals like Oscar de la Renta’s more minimal offerings. Oscar de la Renta
Graphic, travel-inspired prints are just the thing to inspire your winter trips.Tory Burch
More is more. As you enter 2022, don’t be afraid to mix and match prints, colors, and baubles — no need to hold back.Carolina Herrera
In the coming months, consider adding fringe to your wardrobe.Chloé
As you continue to feel emboldened in your dress, add punky details like dark florals and fishnets.Anna Sui
Athelisure isn’t dead! Bold bike shorts are still an essential layering piece as we venture into 2022.MM6 Maison Margiela
Find the balance between sport and romance with looks like this knit ensemble from Tanya Taylor. Tanya Taylor
Utility pants are the latest upgrade to your typical trousers. Look for a sash or layered belt for a cool twist on workwear. Helmut Lang
Ditch your loose sweatsuit for a fitted sweater set like this duo from Ulla Johnson. Ulla Johnson
A longer, textured fringe can be just as cool as a more traditional Western-inspired look.Zimmermann
It’s all about the ‘80s at Brandon Maxwell. Polka dot print is a trend that has slowly made its way back into the trend cycle — embrace it.Brandon Maxwell
Don’t be afraid to color clash with unlikely hues. Stick to a pastel palette to keep things cohesive. Coach
Khaite is keeping cutouts on the map. For the resort season, look for an open-back or sleek side detailing.Khaite
Louis Vuitton’s colorful pointed-toe boots will be the must-have shoe of the new year.Louis Vuitton
Both practical and playful, Balmain’s oversized bags are a standout for the season.Balmain
As a sense of optimism returns, going-out outfits continue to capture the fashion world’s attention.Versace
If the ‘90s are your go-to decade for inspiration, look to slouchy denim and grungy florals. R13
Keep things simple with a silky slip dress and sport accessories. Rag & Bone
As you ease back into suiting, embrace the relaxed feel of a two piece look with shorts.Max Mara
Fashion is all about playful energy these days, as proven by Moschino’s kitschy, vintage-inspired designs. Moschino
‘70s-inspired prints are back in a big way. Try a sleek silhouette to keep the look feeling modern. Nanushka
Embrace the return of structured detailing in dresses, it’s a polished and elegant alternative to floaty designs of the summer.Emilia Wickstead

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