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NYFW Spring 2015 Style Trends to Rock Right Now

If you're eager to wear the spring 2015 style trends we just saw at New York Fashion Week, then you're in luck! We've rounded up 18 of the easiest spring 2015 looks and translated them for real life.

Runway: All White

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An all-white outfit is a triple threat: crisp, clean, and chic. White also provides endless mix-and-match options like this look by Steven Alan.

Photo: Steven Alan

Real Life: All White

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Fall and winter whites have grown in popularity over the past few years. Layer on simple white staple pieces as Krystal of This Time Tomorrow did here.

Photo: This Time Tomorrow

Runway: Crisp Collars

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Collars—both simple and statement—dominated the catwalks. Keep your spring looks classic with a collar like this look by Thakoon.

Photo: Thakoon

Real Life: Crisp Collars

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Join the collar club this fall and layer a collared blouse under dresses, jackets and sweaters as Julia of Gal Meets Glam did.

Photo: Gal Meets Glam

Runway: Suede

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Suede was one of the standout fabrics for spring. Designers like Tibi, Jason Wu, and Theory created luxe yet minimalist styles wearable for both the warmer and cooler months.

Photo: Theory

Real Life: Suede

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An effortless way to wear suede this fall is with a jacket as Gala of Amlul did. And if a jacket doesn't suit your taste, try a suede skirt or boots.

Photo: Amlul

Runway: Gingham

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Softly colored gingham owned the runways this season. This pretty picnic-inspired print showed in some of the top shows: Altuzarra, Diane von Furstenberg and Oscar de la Renta.

Photo: Oscar de la Renta

Real Life: Gingham

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Gingham is a staple print to wear year-round, especially for fall. It's a great pattern to style with jeans as Silvia of Lady Addict did or under jackets, sweaters, or dresses.

Photo: Lady Addict

Runway: Pastels

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Pastel colors ruled the runways for spring 2015. We're lusting over this gorgeous pastel gown by Delpozo.

Photo: Delpozo

Real Life: Pastels

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Don't shy away from soft sorbet colors during fall or winter. Candy colors are fresh substitutes for the frosty weather. Annabelle of VivaLuxury kept her look cool in pale blue. But we also love lilac, mint, soft pink, and orange sorbet for the season.

Photo: VivaLuxury

Runway: Sheer

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Transparent styles flooded the runways. From dresses and skirts to tops and pants, sheer is here to stay. One of our favorite looks is this one from the Barbara Casasola show. It gives off the ideal illusion of sexy and sophistication.

Photo: Barbara Casasola

Real Life: Sheer

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Embrace sheer this fall by balancing it out with heavier layers as Shea of Peace Love Shea did here.

Photo: Peace Love Shea

Tie Waist

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Loose tailoring hit the runways in feminine and figure-flattering silhouettes. Wrap yourself up in tie-waist styles that accentuate the slimmest part of your torso like this look from BCBG Max Azria.

Photo: BCBG Max Azria

Real Life: Tie Waist

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A tie-waist look is one of the easiest style trends to rock right now. This fall, wrap up in a trench coat, duster or wrap coat as Jasmin of Friend in Fashion did.

Photo: Friend in Fashion

Runway: Parka Power

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Parkas hit the runways in sporty styles from Rag & Bone and more put-together looks like this one from J.Crew.

Photo: J.Crew

Real Life: Parka Power

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Layer a parka over your fall outfits. We love this simple look by Wendy's Lookbook.

Photo: Wendy's Lookbook

Runway: Texture

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Spring 2015 collections were filled with tactile layers and rich textures like this look from the Michael Kors show.

Photo: Michael Kors

Real Life: Texture

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Experiment by layering on the textures this fall. Courtney of Always Judging mixes tweed, leather, and fur to create this gorgeous cold weather getup.

Photo: Always Judging

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