News Awards & Events Fashion Week 10 Spring/Summer 2014 Trends That You Can Wear Now By Andrea Cheng Andrea Cheng Andrea Cheng is a New York-based writer and editor who covers all things fashion, celebrity style, beauty, and trends. She was previously the Digital Fashion News Editor at InStyle. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on October 28, 2013 @ 11:06AM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Courtesy Photo Spring/summer 2014 looks debuted on the runway a month ago, and if you're anything like us, then patience isn't exactly your strongest suit. Instead of waiting for the snow to melt, we sprung forward to next season for trends that we can wear now—and beyond. At Milly, Elizabeth and James, and Vera Wang, athleticism was the name of the game, with mesh integrated into tops, skirts and dresses. Layer the netted fabric over long-sleevers for wintry days and wear it solo, come spring. On the 3.1 Phillip Lim, Lanvin and Marc by Marc Jacobs runways, light-refracting iridescent pieces were the star players. Gravitate toward mesmerizing holographic dresses and skirts (perfect for holiday parties) or keep the high-shine material to a minimum with a small clutch. We shopped out 10 spring trends that pull their weight (two seasons' worth of weight, in fact). Relevant until at least next fall, start racking up fashion mileage points now with these investment pieces that essentially pay for themselves in wear count alone. [wrn_button url="https://www.instyle.com/instyle/package/general/photos/0,,20720151_20749547_30042441,00.html" text="SEE THE PHOTOS" title="SEE THE PHOTOS"] MORE:75 Moments That Made Our NYFW Spring 2014 Trend: Baseball CapsThe New Way to Bare Your Midriff 01 of 40 Iridescence Imaxtree (3) For a major impact, slip on a holographic dress or skirt. For a more subdued effect, grip an iridescent clutch, instead.From left: Lanvin, Marc by Marc Jacobs and 3.1 Phillip Lim 02 of 40 Cynthia Rowley Courtesy Photo $410; cynthiarowley.com. 03 of 40 Topshop Courtesy Photo $76; topshop.com. 04 of 40 Tory Burch Courtesy Photo $165; cusp.com. 05 of 40 Mesh Getty Images; Imaxtree (2) During fall and winter, layer the netted fabric over a heavier material for insulation. Come spring, wear mesh over a black (or a daring neon hue) camisole.From left: Elizabeth & James, Milly and Vera Wang 06 of 40 Reiss Courtesy Photo $210; reiss.com. 07 of 40 Marc by Marc Jacobs Courtesy Photo $250; stylebop.com. 08 of 40 Topshop Courtesy Photo $35; topshop.com. 09 of 40 Full Skirts Imaxtree (3) The voluminous ladylike silhouette is here to stay. Pair the tea-length skirt with tights and boots during the winter.From left: Tracy Reese, Christian Dior and Roksanda Ilincic 10 of 40 MSGM Courtesy Photo $843; shoplesnouvelles.com. 11 of 40 Tibi Courtesy Photo $998; tibi.com. 12 of 40 Topshop Courtesy Photo $70; topshop.com. 13 of 40 White Blouses Imaxtree (3) The classic white button-down was reinterpreted on the runway. Look for a necktie detailing, embellishments or asymmetric cuts for a new spin.From left: Rachel Zoe Collection, Viktor & Rolf and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi 14 of 40 Moschino C&C Courtesy Photo $430; stylebop.com. 15 of 40 Burberry London Courtesy Photo $459; mytheresa.com. 16 of 40 McQ Alexander McQueen Courtesy Photo $494; mytheresa.com. 17 of 40 Luxe Sweatshirts Imaxtree (3) Sweatshirts are no longer relegated to the gym. The slouchy silhouette gets a makeover for spring, with brighter hues and splashier patterns.From left: Antonio Berardi, Peter Som and Christopher Kane 18 of 40 Kenzo Courtesy Photo $435; thecorner.com. 19 of 40 Sandro Paris Courtesy Photo $235; sandro-paris.com. 20 of 40 H&M Courtesy Photo $25; hm.com. 21 of 40 Suits Imaxtree (3) Look like a boss in a power suit-but with coordinated color separates. Brave a bold pattern or color. Too intimidating? Tread waters with a lighter shade.From left: L'Wren Scott, Ralph Lauren and Antonio Berardi 22 of 40 River Island Courtesy Photo (2) Blazer: $110; riverisland.com.Pants: $80; riverisland.com. 23 of 40 Mango Courtesy Photo (2) Blazer: $90; mango.com.Pants: $60; mango.com. 24 of 40 Topshop Courtesy Photo (2) $300; topshop.com. 25 of 40 Pastels Imaxtree (3) Speak to your sweet side with pretty pastels in mint green, lavender and blush pink. For winter, lend some edge with jeweled tones and leather.From left: Jason Wu, Rag & Bone and Honor 26 of 40 2B by Bebe Courtesy Photo $14; 2bstores.com. 27 of 40 Madewell Courtesy Photo $66; madewell.com. 28 of 40 Ted Baker London Courtesy Photo $275; tedbaker-london.com. 29 of 40 Black & White Imaxtree (3) No shades of gray here-look crisp and cool in contrasting colors.From left: Narciso Rodriguez, Richard Chai Love and Helmut Lang 30 of 40 Whistles Courtesy Photo $256; whistles.co.uk. 31 of 40 Intermix Courtesy Photo $59; intermixonline.com. 32 of 40 Derek Lam Courtesy Photo $590; net-a-porter.com. 33 of 40 Athleticism Imaxtree (3) An athletic aesthetic clearly took over the runways, most notably, baseball caps, tennis-inspired dresses and varsity jackets. Wear them separate or all together.From left: Lacoste, John Galliano and Victoria Beckham 34 of 40 Topshop Courtesy Photo $90; topshop.com. 35 of 40 J.Crew Courtesy Photo $40; jcrew.com. 36 of 40 Dorothy Perkins Courtesy Photo $79; dorothyperkins.com. 37 of 40 Geometric Prints Imaxtree (3) Flashback to geometry class for next season's print craze: grids, triangles, concentric circles and more.From left: Carolina Herrera, Peter Pilotto and Fendi 38 of 40 Elizabeth & James Courtesy Photo $445; matchesfashion.com. 39 of 40 Marc by Marc Jacobs Courtesy Photo $423; mytheresa.com. 40 of 40 Ohne Titel Courtesy Photo $395; intermixonline.com.