The 7 Spring Fashion Trends From Net-A-Porter Are All About Ease

by Danielle Naer
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Now that structural shapes of seasons past have cooled, the appetite for smooth, broken-in silhouettes has truly never been stronger. So, it's no surprise that the new spring fashion trends from Net-A-Porter are all about ease. A wash of indulgent neutrals and plush textures have taken over the site, boasting all the weighted-blanket energy that people keep coming back to in 2020.

With a focus on form and function, you'll find masterfully crafted styles that are sure to last for years ahead. Take, for example, Loewe's supple leather clutch, with suede lining and quality craftsmanship that make for a purse as strong as it is subtle. The Row's wool shorts tick the same box, as do Bottega Veneta's sleek leather mules. What's shared between items in the roundup ahead is that all styles are made to move — even down to the jewelry. With body-wrapping KATKIM gems and AREA hair crystals in tow, Net proves that spring styles can glitter without sacrificing comfort.

With all that's going on right now, there's nothing wrong with relishing the safe feeling of a cozy knit, or clutching a pillow-shaped bag — in fact, it's actually Net-A-Porter-approved. So, continue ahead and get the cozy-chic looks for yourself.

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Ribbed Knits


Shapeless wares have never before been so chic. When Katie Holmes' viral bandeau look gave rise to the slouchy aesthetic just last fall, the ribbed trend received the full go-ahead soon after — and there's tons of options to make getting the look super simple.


2. Long Shorts


This silhouette has tons of different material iterations, with denim and leather models alike included in the lot. The pleated drawstring version masters the "ugly" trend all too well. Or, grab The Row's pressed look to employ the wool texture that's everywhere this season.


Leather Mules


Upon being imbued in trenchcoats and trousers, smooth leathers are also taking the form of the season's favorite footwear. While Bottega's quilted mule is a fan favorite, the smooth leather slip-on is twice as versatile. To marry the look with the clunky footwear trend, try Gucci's horsebit-detailed platform mule.


Pouch Clutches


We can thank Bottega for architecting a pouch that feels like hugging a pillow — and for inviting an avalanche of subsequent bags to follow suit. Loewe's buzzy flamenco clutch features a drawstring fixture with spring-shaped knots, showcasing the versatility of the smooth leather to the highest degree.


Printed Turtlenecks


The turtleneck is a winter wardrobe staple, making its foray into spring season so welcomed. Of these include Staud's mesh, toile-print rollneck, with breathability that makes it wearable into summer. Or, try Jil Sander's silky iteration, which boasts a longer hemline for abundant styling options.


Wool Wide-leg Pants


With respect to the slouchy look, there's been a strong uptick of cozy trousers — specifically, wool silhouettes, which are structured enough to return to work in and comfy enough to lounge in at home.


Body-hugging Gems


What started with KATKIM (and seemed to ripple out with great haste), jewels that morph to your body are everywhere right now — including AREA's Spring/Ssmmer 2020 Runway.