A Few Favorite Trends from New York Fashion Week

We all love watching Fashion Week in anticipation of what the trends will be next Spring and Summer. No? Maybe it’s just me. If you aren’t one to follow the tweets, Instagram posts and news around fashion week, below is a quick synopsis of some of the hottest trends coming to you this spring.

Metallics. This is a trend you can also implement early to prep you for the holiday season, but metallics will be carrying over into spring this year. To try the trend without looking like a Christmas tree ornament, try adding just a touch in a blouse or in accessories. Trend spotted at: the Lela Rose show.

Gingham. This print is one that screams spring and reminds you of a summer day in the park. The iconic grid pattern is back for spring and looks great on high-waisted shorts or even the right shoes. Trend spotted at: the Diane Von Furstenberg show.

Large Plaid Prints. If you live in the northwest, plaid is always in style. For the rest of us, adding plaid maybe is a new thing. However, the plaid is here this season with a play on traditional proportions and back in blown up sizes. Trend spotted at: the Suno show.

Unstructured Trench Coat. Rather than drawing those buttons together even tighter this year, spring should be filled with soft and unstructured trench coats. Find one in a nice pastel to wear with lighter spring colors. Trend spotted at: the Tracy Reese show.

Multi-Layered Sequins. Paillettes are used anything but sparingly for spring 2015. The runway saw many multi-layered sequins and crystals that looked almost 3D in melded floral patterns. Trend spotted at: the Louis Vuitton show.

What were some of your favorite trends from New York Fashion Week? How will you incorporate these trends into your wardrobe?

Images: mbfashionweek via Instagram.

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