7 Affordable Runway Trends You Should Buy Now

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Debuting with a strong start to fashion month, New York’s Spring 2017 runways served up many standout looks that left our hearts aflutter. While cold-shoulders and satin continued to rule the scene, designers also introduced several fresh trends that made for exhilarating collections. While embracing spring’s lighter, brighter tendencies, some key themes involved feminine details and modern, sporty vibes. Here, we show you the trends we’re predicting will be huge next year. Get ahead of the game by shopping our under-$200 picks to wear now.

Alexander Wang, Monse, Ji Oh. Photos: Imaxtree.

Whether cropped, deconstructed or voluminized, poplin shirts are transformed from mundane staples to total power pieces.

J.Crew, Rodarte, Altuzarra. Photos: Imaxtree.

A gathered georgette skirt brimming with ruffles makes for a feminine, gorgeous look.

Dion Lee, Rag & Bone, DKNY. Photos: Imaxtree.

This traditionally outdoorsy jacket is elevated with forward-thinking shapes and lengths. Try one over a dress to inject a cool, streetwear vibe into your outfit.

Delpozo, Proenza Schouler, Prabal Gurung. Photos: Imaxtree.

Turn heads by punctuating your whole look with shoulder-grazing baubles featuring geometric shapes or brightly colored adornments.

Ralph Lauren, Victoria Beckham, McQ Alexander McQueen. Photos: Imaxtree, Courtesy.

Punchy purple hues, splashed on luxe fabrics like crushed velvet, satin and suede, have all the makings to become different shades of the new It color.

Carolina Herrera, Rosie Assoulin, 3.1 Phillip Lim. Photos: Imaxtree.

Sleek lines (that alternate in color or thickness) can be a fresh, momentous rendition of the pinstripe.

Tome, Sally LaPointe, Cinq à Sept. Photos: Imaxtree, Courtesy.

Corsets and bustiers are given modern purpose by layering them over separates in order to create a new shape and add interest.