Finally securing that coat on your wish list is just one of the rad things about sale season. Make room in your closet because you can stock up on next season’s best trends at the same time. So keep scrolling, we’ve rounded up our favorite Spring trends up for grabs at a pretty discount.
SLIP DRESS The Nineties continues its reign on the runways and this coming season the slip dress channels both Kate Moss and your lingerie drawer. Layer it over a slim turtleneck and jeans during the deep freeze.
COLD SHOULDER A hell of a lot easier to bare than a midriff, designers from New York to Paris found varying ways to expose a shoulder for Spring. Try the off-the-shoulder silhouette for a night out now, and any time of day later.
STATEMENT DENIM From patchwork jeans to oversized tunics, denim had a whole new life on the runways for Spring. These aren’t your classic blue jeans, go for broke on the statement side of style this season.
FLAT MULES Instagram was full of those ubiquitous Gucci furry mules during fashion weeks, but this footwear trend had a ton of iterations from designers like Alexander Wang to Céline. Slip them on with a cool pair of socks and a turtleneck dress for winter.
ROMANCE Spring always seems to sweeten up the runways, but this year there was a decidedly ladylike take on the romantic trend that feels polished (even if you aren’t). Lace, satin and floral prints will work no matter the season.
OFFBEAT WHITE SHIRT A crisp white button up is a closet staple, but this season the white shirt colors outside the lines. Go for anything that puts a twist on the classic.
FRINGE We’re calling it: fringe will never die. Long live fringe. Try it on a sweater instead of an accessory for something new.
COMFY PANTS Relaxed was a resounding vibe coming off the runways at NYFW, so forget about fussy buttons and belts. Your next pair of pants should be easier than a Snuggie on Sunday morning.
GRAPHIC BAGS Whether graphic prints or sporty brights, a bold bag is a quick update that can work whether you’re a minimalist or a maximalist.