What’s In And What’s Out For Spring 2015, According To Google

The runways and street style scene are always great indicators of where fashion is headed but nothing paints a picture like seeing what women are actually searching for online. In a just-released report, Google analyzed six billion queries over the course of three years to see what’s trending and what’s on its way out the door. Consider this your cheat sheet to spring shopping and scientific proof that you need a midi skirt in your life.

In: Tulle Skirts

Tulle skirts have grown in popularity by 34% from January 2014 to January 2015 with users searching for DIY advice and off-the-shelf options in black and white.

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Out: Peplum Dresses

A big trend several years ago, the search for peplum dresses has steadily declined over the past couple of years.

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In: Jogger Pants

From leather and camo to emoji prints (seriously), the search for stylish jogger pants is at an all-time high.

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Out: Normcore Fashion

This buzzy term, coined in 2014, is what Google calls a "falling star", thanks to its rapid increase and equally swift decline in search volume.

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In: Midi Skirts

Users need help understanding how to style the midi skirt trend, and their interest in the topic has grown steadily since 2013. You've got this, girls!

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Out: Skinny Jeans

While white jeans, biker jeans and bell bottom jeans are gaining popularity, the search for ordinary skinnies has seriously waned.

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In: White Jumpsuits

This oddly specific item was gaining popularity last spring and is expected to come back even stronger as the weather warms up.

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Out: High-Waisted Jeans

When it comes to high-rises, high-neck bikini tops and high-waisted bikinis have gained tremendous popularity while interest in high-waist jeans has plummeted.

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