The Top Trends of NYFW Spring 2018 and How to Wear Them

The Top Trends of NYFW Spring 2018 and How to Wear Them
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Another fall means another New York Fashion Week—and another New York Fashion Week, of course, means a bunch of shiny new trends to try. Catch the best ones here, where we’ll be posting updates all week with the runway styles our editors are already starting to shop for (hey, we need something to occupy ourselves between shows!), and real-life styling tips for each.

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Scroll down for a head start on next season!

PATCHWORK APPROACH
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Sliced and diced fabrics come together to create next season's must-have piece: the "Franken-dress."

Click here for more "Franken-dresses" from NYFW.

SHERBERT SHOES
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When it comes to spring footwear, we've got a craving for Jordan almond shades.

Click here from more pastel shoes from NYFW.

SLOUCHY SUITING
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Tailoring moves beyond its 9-to-5 routine in easy fits and unexpected colors.

Click here for more relaxed suiting from NYFW.

DOUBLE DENIM
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Canadian tuxedos just got a whole lot chicer.

Click here for more matching jean sets from NYFW.

PAGING JANE BIRKIN
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The icon's signature straw basket is reimagined in all shapes and sizes.

Click here from more straw handbags from NYFW.

PALM SPRINGS ETERNAL
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Breezy SoCal clothes are no longer just for vacation.

Click here for more Palm Springs-esque NYFW looks.

FRINGE BENEFITS
Courtesy of Rachel Comey

From subtle tassels to pom-pom-like strings, the textured treatment is everywhere.

Click here for more fringe-y looks from NYFW.

WESTWARD EXPANSION
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Picking up where last season left off, cowgirl motifs rides straight into spring.

Click here for more ranch-ready NYFW looks.

FRESH LAVENDER
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Move over millennial pink—there's a new It Color in town.

Click here for more lilac NYFW looks.

PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION
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It's never been cooler to embrace your inner Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Click here for more prairie girl looks from NYFW.

FLAX N' RELAXED
Courtesy of Rachel Comey

Get your Goop on with effortless fits and soothing earth tones.

Click here for more crunchy-chic NYFW looks.

RIPSTOP-A-GO-GO
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With utility buckles and waterproof nylon, spring's parachute-inspired pieces do everything but play it safe.

Click here for more NYFW looks with parachute detailing.

BUCKET (HAT) LIST
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The old school style gets a fresh dose of fashion cred.

Click here for more bucket hat looks from NYFW.

Stay tuned to InStyle.com all season for up-to-date coverage of fashion month. From buzzy new trends to cute model moments, we’ve got the scoop you won’t find anywhere else. Next stop: London!

 

 

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