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Style Trends for Spring 2014

Just because New York Fashion Week has come to a close doesn’t mean we’ve stopped thinking about it. We went back through the shows to pick out some of the major trends for spring 2014. On runways from Diane von Furstenberg to Osklen to 3.1 Phillip Lim we saw '90s elements, sporty touches, and tons of crop tops, to name a few. Here you’ll find some of the biggest trends for spring 2014!

Crop Tops

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Better start on those ab workouts now, ladies. If crop tops seemed like a big trend this summer, just wait until spring 2014. You can flaunt your entire stomach with a bustier-style crop top or expose just a sliver of skin—designers gave us plenty of options!

Crop Tops

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Milly by Michelle Smith

Crop Tops

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Image courtesy of Noon by Noor

Noon by Noor

Sheer

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There are just as many ways to rock the sheer trend as there were designers who included it in their spring 2014 collections—a lot! From subtle sheer panels and sheer overlays to sexy sheer tops and dresses, you’ll find several ways to incorporate the sheer trend into your spring wardrobe.

Cutouts

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Designers proved in their spring 2014 collections that just a peek of skin can make an otherwise demure dress so sexy and modern. This spring we’ll see cutouts of all shapes and sizes at necklines, hips, shoulders, and more.

'90s

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You’ll want to take a trip back to your parents’ attic before spring 2014—the ‘90s look is coming back. Spring 2014 collections included ‘90s highlights like logos, overalls, slip dresses, and flannel plaid. From Alexander Wang to DKNY, the message is clear that this decade will be one of the star trends for spring!

'90s

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Image courtesy of DKNY

DKNY

'90s

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Milly by Michelle Smith

'90s

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Image courtesy of DKNY

DKNY

'90s

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Image courtesy of Rodarte

Rodarte

Fringe

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Many models got an extra flounce when they walked down the runways in dresses, pants, and tops adorned with fringe. Some designers used long, thin strands to add a whimsical touch to looks, while others used short, full fringe to add cool texture and dimension to their pieces.

Fringe

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Image courtesy of Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Fringe

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Tibi

Sporty

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Get ready to be active this spring, or at least look like you are! Sporty influences were present in many designers’ spring 2014 collections—from neoprene dresses to track jackets to tennis skirts. Get a look at the sporty attire you’ll be running around in this spring. 

Sporty

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Image courtesy of Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger

Sporty

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Image courtesy of MILLY

Milly by Michelle Smith

Sporty

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Image courtesy of DKNY

DKNY

'70s

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The ‘70s vibe was present on a number of runways at New York Fashion Week. From The Beatles playing over the speakers at the Jenny Packham show to the high-waisted pants and bow-collar blouses in various collections, the retro style is definitely coming back for spring.

Print Mixing

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Designers were all about mixing prints on the runways this season. Printed pencil skirts, crop tops, dresses, jackets, and more brought a playful vibe to several spring 2014 collections. See what prints they’re putting together here and get ready to play with prints this spring!

Print Mixing

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Image courtesy of Honor

Honor

Print Mixing

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Image courtesy of Noon by Noor

Noon by Noor

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