02/11/2015 04:57 EST | Updated 02/11/2015 04:59 EST

2015 Spring Fashion: Our Favourite Looks From The Runways

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PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 30: Model Cara Delevingne walks the runway during the Chanel show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 on September 30, 2014 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Season after season, the industry's biggest designers send drool-worth collections down the runways, inspiring us to try out a number of new trends. Spring 2015 was no different.

We saw so many looks we loved and we can't wait to wear them. (If only the weather would cooperate...) From Marc Jacobs' military-inspired duds to the tweed power suits at Chanel, 2015 spring fashion sure brought the goods.

We've put together a list of our favourite looks (in no particular order) from the spring 2015 shows to help inspire your warm weather wardrobes. Trust us, this task wasn't easy -- so many shows! So many designers! -- but we did it. Just continue scrolling to see them all!

(And if you think we missed any, let us know in the comments below!)

  • Chanel's Tweed Suit
    Chanel's Tweed Suit
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    We've been coveting Chanel's tweed power suit ever since we saw Cara Delevingne walk down the runway wearing it. The double-breasted blazer is classic, yet the wide-leg pants and ankle-grazing hem keep the ensemble modern. Bonus points for the multicoloured blouse underneath!
  • Chloe's Metal Chain Maxi
    Chloe's Metal Chain Maxi
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    The revealing top of this dress is scandalous, but we absolutely love it. It's a fresh update on the sheer trend, and it manages to look sexy without going over the top.
  • Chloe's Sunny Yellow Maxi
    Chloe's Sunny Yellow Maxi
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    This flowing frock is just gorgeous! And how perfect would it be on a fancy vacation or at a summer wedding?
  • Isabel Marant's Laid Back Ensemble
    Isabel Marant's Laid Back Ensemble
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    The epitome of Parisienne chic, as we've come to expect from Isabel Marant. This ensemble is what we hope to live in on those slightly breezier summer nights. Those sandals are perfection, too.
  • Fendi's Floral Cape Dress
    Fendi's Floral Cape Dress
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    We're not going to lie, we're a little obsessed with capes. And this floral dress (which may also be a jumper) takes the trend to a new level.
  • Dolce & Gabbana's Embellished Jeans
    Dolce & Gabbana's Embellished Jeans
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    Thanks to Dolce & Gabbana, we're inspired to break out the Bedazzlers. Who knew crystal encrusted jeans could look so sophisticated? And if you're not into crafting your own pair, you can bet that fast fashion chains like Forever 21 and Zara will definitely hop all over this trend.
  • Rodarte's Mermaid Dresses
    Rodarte's Mermaid Dresses
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    Rodarte's ethereal mermaid-like dresses had us lost in a whimsical underwater paradise. The garments were true artwork, though at over $20,000 a pop, we probably won't get to add one of these to our wardrobes. We can dream though!
  • Gucci's Laced-Up Denim
    Gucci's Laced-Up Denim
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    The sporty vibe of this denim dress is perhaps what we love most about it (the white laces remind us of sneakers and/or a baseball), but the fact that it still looks feminine, thanks to a dainty scarf and cinched waist, makes it near perfect. The only thing that would make it better is if we were wearing it.
  • Emilio Pucci's Embellished Mini Dress
    Emilio Pucci's Embellished Mini Dress
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    Season after season, Pucci manages to capture the essence of boho-chic, and we love it. This year, Peter Dundas added a rock 'n' roll element, giving the whole show a slightly more badass vibe. Love it!
  • Marc Jacobs' Military-Inspired Duds
    Marc Jacobs' Military-Inspired Duds
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    We love us some military-inspired clothes, and no one delivered the style quite like Marc Jacobs. Everything from the boxy silhouettes to the oversized pockets and brass buttons are great.
  • Valentino's Whimsical Starfish Dress
    Valentino's Whimsical Starfish Dress
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    How pretty is this dress, though!? It's everything our magical fairytale dreams are made of.
  • Christian Dior's Tailored Jacket Dress
    Christian Dior's Tailored Jacket Dress
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    Raf Simons has really made a name for himself at Dior, and season after season he just keeps on giving us the things we love. Take this tailored jacket dress, for instance -- it's simple, yet has small details like the black buttons and angled seams that totally elevate it to new heights.
  • Christian Dior's Simple Drama
    Christian Dior's Simple Drama
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    This other look by Raf Simons at Dior had us totally swooning -- it's simple, yes, but that sheer, high neck just totally amps up the drama.
  • Celine's Floral Maxi Dress
    Celine's Floral Maxi Dress
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    Summer and maxi dresses go hand-in-hand, and this floral version by Celine is definitely at the top of our wish list.
  • Moschino's Barbie-Inspired Everything
    Moschino's Barbie-Inspired Everything
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    Jeremy Scott turned the Moschino runway into a Barbie world, and we kind of loved it. Though we doubt we'd ever wear the ensembles as a whole, there's no denying how fun the show and collection were.
  • Oscar De La Renta's Grown Up Crop Tops
    Oscar De La Renta's Grown Up Crop Tops
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    The oversized gingham crop top and skirt set that came down the runway were polished perfection. The designer definitely proved that you don't need to be 16 to rock a crop top.
  • Alexander McQueen's Exaggerated Proportions
    Alexander McQueen's Exaggerated Proportions
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    Sarah Burton has really made McQueen her own, while still maintaining the late designer's feminine yet harsh aesthetic, as seen here with the combination of florals with a stark colour palate and bondage-like accessories.
  • Balmain's Structured Moto Jacket
    Balmain's Structured Moto Jacket
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    In short, this crisp white moto-inspired ensemble is uh-mazing. It's just so good. We can't.
  • Balmain's Flowing Red Maxi
    Balmain's Flowing Red Maxi
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    And what was great about Balmain's collection was the fact that designer Olivier Rousteing contrasted stark, tailored whites, with looks like this flowing, ultra-feminine gown. It's lovely and bold at the same time, and we love it.
  • Alexander Wang's Sporty Mini Dresses
    Alexander Wang's Sporty Mini Dresses
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    Alexander Wang has mastered the art of sporty-chic. His streetwear-inspired collections just keep getting better. Case in point: these neon neoprene mini-dresses that drew inspiration from sneakers and shoelaces. So cool!
  • Givenchy's White Lace
    Givenchy's White Lace
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    The white lacy frock paired with those skintight, thigh-high leather boots? Genius. The ruffles give the look a Spanish vibe, and we're diggin; it. Plus, we think this look would make for a great alternative wedding ensemble, no? Maybe without the boots...
  • Balenciaga's Off-The-Shoulder Sheer Dress
    Balenciaga's Off-The-Shoulder Sheer Dress
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    When we saw this look come down the runway, we were pretty much drooling. And then we saw Sienna Miller wear it and we loved it even more. The criss-cross neckline seems fresh, and the feather-like fabric gives the sheer trend (which we're growing tired of) a much needed update.

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