10 Trends from NYFW To Start Wearing NOW

Capes were big at NYFW Fall runways, especially at Marc Jacobs. A cropped cape makes this trend wearable for spring. Scuba Cape Top, available at ASOS.
J. Crew and Thakoon weren't shy with embellishments, and you shouldn't be either. This embellished dress is great for nights out when the weather starts warming up. Embellished Mesh Dress, available at Topshop.
Abstract prints were loud and clear at Mara Hoffman's runway. Translate fall prints to spring by wearing them as shorts. Tribal Print Shorts, available at Forever 21.
Suits ran rampant on the runways of Donna Karan and Michael Kors. Choosing a lightweight material, like linen, is ideal for spring. Tapered Trousers, available at Nordstrom.
Jenny Packham and Naeem Khan rebelled against all black and favored marigolds, oranges, and corals instead. Add pops of coral to your spring wardrobe with a color packed print. Mai Tai Bandeau and Skirt, available at For Love & Lemons.
Laceup detailing was a standout at BCBGMAXAZRIA. Lighten up for spring by wearing the detail on a lace dress. Love Machine Dress, available at ASOS.
Fringe was seen on too many runways to list. Wear it as a top to give your look some unexpected movement. Other World Embroidered Top, available at Nasty Gal.
All-black was seen at Alexander Wang and Vera Wang, but black doesn't have to be so heavy handed. This lightweight, all-black jumpsuit is just thing for spring. Black Jumpsuit, available at Mango.
Whether you love or hate the trend, turtlenecks are back and more fashionable than ever. Seen in full force at Jill Stuart and Banana Republic, try a cropped version to keep the look springtime appropriate. Cropped Turtleneck, available at Nasty Gal.
Double breasted coats were seen at Banana Republic's NYFW debut and for good reason––they look good over everything. A double breasted trench will keep you warm in the lingering winter chill. Khaki Trench, available at ASOS.
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Spring is barely here but we’re already drooling over what’s in store for fall. Based on the latest New York Fashion week, we can expect a lot of plaid, capes galore, and pops of vibrant colors like orange and pink.

Though the clothes were shown in preparation for fall, stay ahead of the curve by implementing trends from NYFW now. See the slideshow above to fast forward autumn dressing into your spring wardrobe. You wore it here first.
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