Fashion Clothing 7 Easy Spring 2020 Fashion Trends You Can Start Wearing Now The key to nailing this season's style? Keep it classic. By Samantha Sutton Samantha Sutton Instagram Samantha is InStyle's senior fashion editor. She joined the brand in 2019 and oversees the site's fashion coverage, including trend reporting, fashion exclusives, celebrity style interviews, and Fashion Week coverage. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on March 2, 2020 @ 05:30PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: The Row, Shutterstock, Blaublut Edition, We can feel it in the air: spring is around the corner, which means it's almost time to break out warm-weather clothing (yay, bare legs!) and, more importantly, embrace the season's biggest trends. The over-arching theme for spring 2020? Just keep it classic. Sleek and structured basics, eye-catching color combos, and timeless prints are some of what we saw taking over the runway, and the good news is, all of these looks can be easy to incorporate into your everyday wardrobe. Whether it's swapping out something old for an updated version, or simply finding different ways to style tried and true items, here's how to ensure your closet is prepped for sunny, 75-degree days — because they'll be here soon enough. 1. Bring On the Florals Marc Jacobs; Shutterstock This trend pops up each and every year (cue that quote from The Devil Wears Prada), but this time around, the flowers look more psychedelic and free-spirited. Keep an eye out for graphics that are slightly cartoonish, and don't be afraid to think outside the realm of dresses. Floral-print blouses, bags, and even shoes are all ways you can easily get on board. 2. Think Pink...and Blue Givenchy; Courtesy Givenchy's pre-fall collection had us seeing denim in a whole new light. Jean staples — from shorts to shirts — look sweet and more Americana when paired with light pink and baby blue items. The color scheme is a quick way give things a dressed-up vibe, instead of leaning toward laid-back and casual. 20 Beauty Trends That Will Dominate 2020 3. Take It Easy Liya Kebede; Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images The key this season is not to overthink. Throwing on loose, breezy pants, whether they're satin or cotton, with simple white shirt and boots is more than acceptable — it's encouraged. Then, you can dress up your outfit with the jewelry of your choice, along with a light leather jacket. 4. Resortwear in Real Life Leandra Medine; Blaublut Edition Even if you aren't headed on a tropical vacation, there's no reason you can't dress like it. Add a straw bag or a colorful beaded necklace to your outfit (bonus points if you try both), or go full out with a matching, mixed-print set. Hawaiian shirts also continue to trend, so hit up your local vintage store for a quirky option to wear with jeans. 5. Invest in a Trench Coat Versace; Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images The biggest trend in fashion is thinking sustainably, so it's no wonder that this season, there's more of a focus on classic, always-in-style essentials. The trench coat is one of those items that looked good yesterday, looks good today, and will still be in your closet years down the road, since it's perfect for in-between, chilly spring days. Want to find a way to make it feel new again? Think monochromatic and match your coat to your outfit underneath, or turn it into a wrap dress and secure it with a western belt. 6. Bolder Button-Ups The Row; Courtesy Structured shirts may be considered basics, but that doesn't mean they're boring. These babies can be paired with almost every type of bottom, whether it's jeans or a midi skirt, and layered under sundresses ahead of summer. Plus, you don't have to stick with your typical plain white option; look for prints, balloon sleeves, or ruffle details in order to take things up a notch. 7. White Dresses for the Win Dior; Victor VIRGILE/Getty Images An easy way to look sleek and sharp? A timeless white dress, which can be transformed into a look that's all your own with the help of accessories. Add a beret, pile on necklaces, layer it over a turtleneck on cooler days, you get the gist. This piece is definitely in the running to become the most versatile thing in your closet.