7 Easy Swaps To Make Based On Spring’s Hottest Trends


If you’re anything like us, you’ve likely kept up with the major runway shows at NYFW, compiling a mega wish list of Spring 2016 trends you need to try once they’re finally available to buy. But with so many out there, it’s tricky to navigate which new trends are best suited for your personal style. To point you in the right direction, here’s a breakdown of 7 fall must-haves you’re probably already pining for this season, plus the updated version of each trend you’re sure to see everywhere come spring. Stay ahead of the curve by investing in them now. Trust us: You’ll be glad you did.

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If you're a fan of this season's It color golden yellow, chances are you're going to love tangerine, too.

Pompeo Coat


Max Mara

Angie Suede Skirt


Topshop Unique

Meet the open-toe mule's edgier sister. We see it as a hybrid between a peep-toe ankle bootie and slide sandal.

Slouchy Leather Bootie



Curtain Mid-Heel Sandal


Opening Ceremony

The new statement trouser isn't bedecked in a wild print. Instead, think monochrome styles featuring unexpected details.

Printed Crepe Trousers



Wool Tailoring Myles Trousers


Stella McCartney

The asymmetrical-sleeved top made a splash at NYFW. Consider it the edgy alternative to the off-the-shoulder blouse.

Off-The-Shoulder Tunic



White Merino Cold Shoulder Sweater


Rosie Assoulin

Before you invest in another saddlebag, opt for a circular purse instead. Bonus points if you can track down an oversize version!

Boromo Circle Bag


Freedom of Animals



Jerome Dreyfuss

Although you may still be wearing your accordion-pleat skirt religiously, don't be afraid to shake things up with a tiered, voluminous skirt instead.

Layered Ruffled Skirt


Christopher Kane

Moleskin Pleated Skirt



Painterly florals, meet your Spring 2016 match: 3-D flowery motifs on everything from flirty frocks to quirky clutches.

Silk Organza Panel Dress


Giambattista Valli

Arcadia Tuck Dress