1. Trend: Neutral Tones
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While last year we saw all shades of saturated colour at all the big fashion shows, in 2019 hues are going more neutral — think beige, grey, white and khaki green. Designers like Burberry, Dior and Max Mara all sent multiple monochrome earth tones down their spring runways. To put a fashionable spin on these shades, try pairing different neutral tones together or wearing all one shade (including shoes and accessories).
5. Joe Fresh
6. Club Monaco
7. Trend: Yellow
On the other end of the spectrum, one vibrant hue stood out from the rest on the spring runways at Rochas, Erdem and Marc Jacobs: yellow. We know yellow isn’t the *easiest* shade to wear, but the good news is that all shades of the cheery hue are trendy, from sunshine to mustard. If yellow still scares you, try incorporating the shade into your wardrobe by way of accessories, like a bag or earring.
9. Loft Plus
11. Poppy and Peonies
12. Jeffrey Campbell
13. Trend: Chunky Sneakers
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Runners are having a moment and one throwback style in particular has emerged as one of the biggest shoe trends for 2019. Chunky retro-style sneakers have been popular with celebrities for a while now and the style also popped up on the spring runways at Coach and Anna Sui. The best thing about this trend? They are super comfy and can be paired with basically everything in your closet.
17. New Balance
19. Trend: Prairie Dresses
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We first spotted prairie-style frocks in the summer on the street style set and the trend has taken off from there. Designers like John Galliano, Batsheva and A.P.C. all sent feminine, vintage-esque dresses down their runways. If you want to test drive this trend, a few key things to look for are ruffles, high necks and floral prints. You can even wear it through the winter season — just pair with knee-high boots and a cozy sweater.
21. Free People
22. Wilfred by Aritzia
23. Violeta by Mango
24. Missguided Plus
Tie Neck Prairie Mini Dress, $74, asos.com
25. Trend: Tone On Tone
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This trend — wearing different pieces in the same colour — has been a celeb fave for quite some time. (Meghan Markle is known for dressing in all one tone.) Brandon Maxwell, Chanel and Hermès all had plenty of monochromatic looks in their spring shows, with tonal tops, skirts and accessories. Thankfully, there’s no rules with this trend so you can wear it with any colour. Try playing around with different textures to make your tone-on-tone pieces really stand out.
28. Violeta by Mango
29. Violeta by Mango
31. Le Chateau