15 New Spring Arrivals From Net-A-Porter That'll Get You Excited For Warm Weather Ahead
Give yourself a pat on the back. You've made it: This winter was brutal, but fortunately, we're less than a week away from the first day of spring. Although it may be hard to part ways with your favorite statement coats and cozy sweaters, we can all agree it’s time for a change. Right now is the perfect time to start prepping your wardrobe for the new season, and by taking a scroll through new spring arrivals from Net-a-Porter, you'll find the reassurance you need that spring is right around the corner.
More exciting news: The pieces you loved on the runway last fall during fashion month are now hitting the new arrivals section. These collections showcased major trends for Spring/Summer 2019 that will surely be hitting the streets in the next coming months. Last September, we saw a few highlights from the runway: Fringe was a hit at Tom Ford and Oscar De La Renta; Proenza Schouler educated us on the importance of tie-dye with its spring collection; and orange was huge at Escada and up-and-comer Miaou.
For further evidence of spring's much-anticipated arrival, find five trends along with their new arrivals to instantly add to your shopping cart.
Show skin in a subtle way with netting. The trend isn't just for apparel, either: If you don't want to go full-on netted, start with a bags, like the Staud gem below.
Pair this Chloe crochet dress with a chunky gold belt, as shown on the runway.
Inspired by '80s glamour, Marc Jacobs went the unconventional route with a netted cardigan.
Staud's cult favorite Moreau bag got an update for spring. The new version features a PVC interior so everyone can see your receipts.
If you kept your tie-dye clothes from the '90s, count yourself lucky. The trend is in full swing this spring, so even if you can't dig up your old pieces to incorporate this print into your wardrobe, Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham have you covered.
A tie-dye tee will be an essential staple this spring/summer. Whether it's this Stella McCartney piece, or one you personally tie-dyed in middle school, it will instantly make any outfit cool.
Stylish and comfy for the chillier days this spring, this comfy piece pairs well with a midi skirt and sandals. The brand's embroidered initials adds a fun element.
Swap out your blue jeans for these tie-dye ones from TRE by Natalie Ratabesi. The earthy tones in this denim will also pair well with practically anything.
Slime green was the dominating color of 2018, but it has some competition for 2019. Orange was everywhere this season, including collections from Adeam, Sies Marjan, and Tibi.
Vienna-based designer Petar Petrov designed a dress featuring two of the biggest spring trends: orange and asymmetric. Crafted from lightweight taffeta, this maxi will be great for the warmer days ahead.
Adeam showed plenty of orange in its spring collection, and these pants were a stand-out piece. Swap out your skinnies for these cool flared bottoms.
Take the orange trend a step further with this bright sweater by Les Rêveries, and feel the breeze of the spring weather with its open back.
Western-wear was on the rise in 2018, and continues to remain popular in 2019 — and fringe is a great way to ease into this trend. If you need more motivation to try it out, Emma Roberts' fringe jacket will do the trick.
This wrap-around fringe skirt from Oscar de la Renta is a great way to try out the trend.
Jacquemus has some of the buzziest bags on the market and this fun fringe tote is no exception.
Add a hint of fringe to your ensemble with these statement earrings.
Pleating has always been stylish, but they got a modern update this season, including accordion and asymmetric iterations.
Your LBD just got a face lift thanks to Victoria Beckham.
Pleats aren't just for clothing, and Mansur Gavriel proves that with its accordion-pleat bucket bag.