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13 Must-Try Spring 2015 Fashion Trends

If you're like us, you're done with winter and ready to incorporate spring 2015 fashion trends into your wardrobe. With hundreds of runway shows across the world, it can be hard to digest it all. From recycled trends to modern muses, here's a cheat sheet of the 13 most memorable trends for spring as seen at New York Fashion Week.

Ladylike Lace

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Ladylike lace had a major influence on the spring 2015 runways. This season, lace was ethereal, delicate, and sexy with touches of bridal inspiration. From ruffles on dresses and sheer lace skirts to insanely intricate designs, lace is our top pick to add a ladylike touch to your spring looks.

Photo: Chloé

Ladylike Lace

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No. 21

Photo: No. 21

Ladylike Lace

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Zimmerman

Photo: Zimmerman

Boho Dresses

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Bohemian style is back in a beautiful way with designers showcasing a tour de force of fresh looks. We couldn't get enough of Pucci's tie-dye prints, Etro's colorful patterns, Chloé's trapeze dresses, and the overall gorgeous aesthetic. This will be a look to live in when you're on vacation.

Photo: Etro

Boho Dresses

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Altuzarra

Photo: Altuzarra

Boho Dresses

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Emilio Pucci

Photo: Emilio Pucci

Combat Chic

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Military-inspired looks marched the runways of fashion weeks worldwide. Designers took a more literal approach to this combat-chic trend with utilitarian pockets, olive green shades, and camo prints. Designers including ACNE, Mulberry, and Ralph Lauren created feminine twists on this otherwise masculine trend, making it easy to toughen up your springtime look.

Photo: ACNE

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Mulberry

Photo: Mulberry

Combat Chic

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Ralph Lauren

Photo: Ralph Lauren

All White

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Wearing head-to-toe white has come full circle—literally you can wear it year-round. This season, focus on different ways you can mix it up with layers, shades, textures, prints, and opacity. The options are endless!

Photo: Chloé

All White

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Michael Kors

Photo: Michael Kors

All White

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Banana Republic

Photo: Banana Republic

Crop Tops

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Midriff-baring tops are back for round three but in a more sophisticated way. Less tummy and more elegant pairings—high-waisted skirts and trousers—make this trend special for 2015.

Photo: Oscar de la Renta

Crop Tops

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Michael Kors

Photo: Michael Kors

Crop Tops

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Alexander Wang

Photo: Alexander Wang

Fringe

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Swing your way into spring with fringe. This season is all about movement, so make sure to add some twirl-worthy fringe into your spring style. This trend is showing up everywhere, but especially in shirts and dresses.

Photo: Preen by Thornton Bengazzi

Fringe

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ICB

Photo: ICB

Fringe

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Christian Siriano

Photo: Christian Siriano

Gingham

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It's officially picnic season. Stay in "check" this season with high-slit gingham dresses, full skirts, and skin-showing crops created by such high-end designers as DVF, Michael Kors, and Altuzarra.

Photo: Diane von Furstenberg

Gingham

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Altuzarra

Photo: Altuzarra

Gingham

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Michael Kors

Photo: Michael Kors

Laser Cut

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Intricately laser-cut fabrics graced the shows of countless designers including Alexander Wang, Oscar de la Renta, and Custo Barcelona. These progressive typography designs were cut on cottons, suedes, and light leathers in the form of dresses, shirts, pants, skirts, and accessories. Laser cuts make it easy to feel sexy while maintaining some modesty.

Photo: Custo Barcelona

Laser Cut

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Oscar de la Renta

Photo: Oscar de la Renta

Laser Cut

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Alexander Wang

Photo: Alexander Wang

Tropical

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Sunny daydreams and tropical getaways must have inspired this bright trend. We can't stop coveting neon florals and palm tree prints in a rainbow of tropical colors. From dresses to swimwear, these beachy looks are perfect for basking in the summer sun. Cue the jet. We're ready for our next vacation.

Photo: Christopher Cane

Tropical

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Clover Canyon

Photo: Clover Canyon

Tropical

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Preen by Thornton Bengazzi

Photo: Preen by Thornton Bengazzi

Obi Belts

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We consider this one of spring's most flattering trends. Tie a thick ribbon or obi belt around your waist to pull together and finish off your look. Master this Asian influence, and reap the benefits of a slim silhouette.

Photo: BCBG Max Azria

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Michael Kors

Photo: Michael Kors

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Burberry Prorsum

Photo: Burberry Prorsum

Cold Shoulder

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Shoulders have officially become the sexiest part of your body. Give your look the cold shoulder with an off-the-shoulder, one-shoulder, or cutout style. This trend is the perfect way to show a little skin—day or night.

Photo: Lela Rose

Cold Shoulder

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Jil Stuart

Photo: Jil Stuart

Cold Shoulder

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Victoria Beckham

Photo: Victoria Beckham

Suede

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While suede might not be ideal for summer, it's perfect for transitional seasons, such as spring and fall. This luxe fabric adds an unexpected texture to your trench coats, blouses, skirts, pants, and accessories.

Photo: Jil Stuart

Suede

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Altuzarra

Photo: Altuzarra

Suede

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Chloé

Photo: Chloé

Trouser Suits

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The power suit takes on a whole new meaning this spring. Offset this mannish silhouette with feminine touches such as deep V necks, embellishments, cropped styles, and slim fits. We love the idea of mixing it up, but there's nothing more powerful than a monochromatic suit set. Suit up, ladies; it's time to get bossy!

Photo: ACNE

Trouser Suits

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Chloé

Photo: Chloé

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Jonathan Saunders

Photo: Jonathan Saunders

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