If you’re anything like me, right now you’re probably thinking ahead to spring outfits and the pieces you’ll be wearing once coat season has officially passed us by. So what are the key trends to invest in and where can you buy them right now? Ahead I’m highlighting some of the biggest trends for spring to start adding to your shopping cart. From the new ways everyone will wear suiting to the aughts staple that is back in a huge way to the bag trend that will be everywhere on the street style scene, and more, there are plenty of spring trends you can already shop.
My edit includes picks from Nordstrom, Shopbop, and Net-a-Porter—three retailers I’m constantly shopping myself. I keep a close watch of their incredible new arrivals so I can share the very best of what to order. Here, discover six big spring trends I’m personally investing in and shop my selects.
There is no question that suiting is one of the biggest trends for spring 2020. Right now, we're seeing it take shape in many forms—whether it's a boxy silhouette, sharp tailoring, or a shorts suit.
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Delicate, dainty jewelry has been practically eclipsed by chunky, architectural designs over the last year. Add some pieces to your jewelry collection to tap into the trend with these picks.
The aughts tube top is back, everyone. Come spring, this throwback piece will be a styling staple among the fashion set, but this time around, it will look a little more elevated. I'll be pairing one with a suit.
Bottega Veneta may have put chain-embellished shoes onto the map last year with its mesh heels, but now there are plenty of cool versions to add to your closet. I love that it's practically a build-in anklet.
Woven bags will dominate as one of the year's biggest accessories trends. Whether you're looking to make an investment purchase or shop for an affordable find, there are many cool options to choose from.
While there are a number of emerging sneaker trends that are already taking over 2020 (more on that here), one of my personal favorites is the retro-inspired sneaker, whether it's a reissue of an older style or a brand-new design meant to look like a throwback. These are already everywhere on the street style scene.