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One of the many benefits of living in New York when it comes to fashion is the commuter life style. Instead of getting in a car and driving to a destination of your choice, you need to walk or take the subway from point A to point B. Why is this an advantage, you ask? Aside from being part of your daily routine, it also comes in handy for trend detection. Every day I definitely see a person (or many) who inspires me. Be it the way they designed a particular piece, a fresh color combination or even a new brand that they wear. (Full disclosure: I've stopped many people on the street asking what they're up to, no shame!) Suffice to say, the city is full of trend inspiration. So I have a pretty strong sense of what will be a style hit this spring.
Divided into seven easy-to-edit trends, the pieces below are a mix of cool classics and adventurous items, all worthwhile in your own wardrobe. From the hat, which makes every outfit a bit more hip, to the animal print, which is neither cheetah nor zebra, scroll down to freshen up your look for the new season.
This downtown-inspired hat was seen throughout Street Week during Fashion Week. Draw an instant lift with the statement piece.
Whether it's a beaded barrette or a beaded needle, a strong hair clip should be in your spring rotation.
Another big trend discovered during the fashion month was the stacking up of neutrals in droves. If you want to wear a light trench over a blouse and pants or a midi dress for a double hole in spring, you should consider.
Call them kitten heels; call them mules; Call them, whatever you want! Strappy sandals with low heels are here for you this season.
If you've gotten over the woven basket bag trend, consider the PVC purses that are getting louder recently. Bonus: You can find your keys more easily.
Perfect for Woodstock's 50th anniversary, this psychedelic print is a fun pattern that lets you combine your wardrobe staples.
Add a touch of exoticism to your next outfit with a python print, a camisole or a look-at-me pant.