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2015 Spring Trends To Add To Your Wardrobe

You may think we're stuck in winter forever (especially at the rate we're going), but spring is on the horizon (we swear) and with that comes all the 2015 spring trends we can't wait to add to our wardrobes.

What's best, is that many of the trends for the upcoming season are things we've seen before. That means, we may be able to incorporate a lof of the pieces we've already stocked up on from last year (hooray for shopping your closet!). But, everyone could still use a little inspiration, right?

What are you waiting for? Check out the spring fashion trends we're most excited about (get outta the way, winter—no one likes your style!):

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2015 Spring Fashion Trends

1. Leather, Leather, And More Leather

As per usual, leather was all over the runways for spring. Designers like Isabel Marant and Saint Laurent kept it all black, while Philipp Plein sent out embellished leather separates. The boys at Proenza Schouler also incorporated it into their collection, sending models down the runway in leather coats in rusty orange shades with colour blocked patches. This luxe fabric definitely isn't going anywhere fast!

2. Boho Beautiful

Designers like Tommy Hilfiger, Etro, and Altuzarra sent models down their runways in an array of floaty dresses, that would look perfect with sun-kissed skin and beachy waves. We also saw off-the-shoulder frocks at Dries Van Noten, complete with paisley prints and tiered ruffles. Perfect inspiration for the upcoming music festival season.

3. Full-On Florals

Nothing goes together quite like florals and springtime. We saw versions of the print presented by designers like Victoria Beckham and Max Mara, both of whom were thinking pink, as well as Matthew Williamson, and Celine. Flower power forever!

4. Back To The '70s

The 1970s proved to be quite inspirational for plenty of designers this season, especially Frida Giannini at Gucci and Peter Dundas at Pucci. There was plenty of buttery brown suede, rich jewel tones, fringe, and neckties -- perfect for channeling your inner Stevie Nicks.

5. Falling Flat

Designers seem to have jumped on the comfortable shoe bandwagon for good! We're still seeing flats (and sneakers) on the runways, and our feet are rejoicing. Our favourite take on the flat shoe trend was definitely the Chanel ankle strap loafers -- we need them in our closets, ASAP.

6. Shine On

Sparkles and shimmering fabric made a bold statement on the runways and we're all for it. Tom Ford send models down the runway in metallic mini dresses, fit for a rock goddess, while Roberto Cavalli presented an all-silver croc leather skirt and jacket set that we loved. We also saw plenty of shimmer from designers like Saint Laurent and Philipp Plein.

7. Whiteout

White on white on white was a huge trend on the spring 2015 runways. It's fresh and light -- perfect for spring. Notable designers who tried the trend were Alber Elbaz at Lanvin, and Christope Lemaire. We'll definitely be trying this out for ourselves once the warm weather hits.

8. Mellow Yellow

Sunny yellow shades were a bright surprise on runways this season. We saw Michael Kors send out a bright yellow toggle coat in the shade, while Chloe and Rosie Assoulin used the shade for lovely maxi dresses.

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