While it seems like one of the worst winters in recent years has dragged on forever, spring is just two weeks away. To prepare for the blissful moment when you can finally ditch the puffy parkas and boots, our latest Shop-A-Matic features seven spring trends that will translate easily from the runways to your closet. Designers found inspiration in the disco-glam seventies and the minimal nineties but also explored bright colors, graphic prints, and bold stripes. Little white dresses remain a summer staple, and, for better or worse, denim on denim has made a return.
Detachable-Hood Motorcycle Jacket by Simply Vera Vera Wang
Why We Like It: This lightweight jacket incorporates the runways' orange trend at a reasonable price. Throw over spring's neutrals to add a punch of color.
Strapless Crepe Dress by BCBG Max Azria
Why We Like It: A hot summer day calls for an effortless, floaty white dress. This tiered chiffon frock is a glamorous and breezy option for brides looking for a bridal-shower option.
Striped Tank by H&M
Why We Like It: Pair a playful striped cropped tank with shorts or layer over a brightly colored slim tank to experiment with color blocking.
Contrast-Collar Paneled Skirt by 3.1 Phillip Lim
Why We Like It: Graphic contrast keeps a minimalist skirt from being basic. Wear with a sharply tailored blouse for work and pair with a slouchy tank on weekends.
Marrakesh Bleached Jeans by MiH Jeans
Why We Like It: Seventies-inspired wide-leg trousers have made a big comeback, and this light-wash pair from MiH gives the illusion of long legs without feeling too heavy.