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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 Watch

New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 Watch

Photos courtesy of Mall of America

It’s hard to think about spring fashion when temps are still in the 70's here in Minneapolis. That doesn’t stop us from swooning over this year’s New York Fashion Week resort wear designs. We’re highlighting our top three favorite trends for spring 2014.
 

1—PASTELS WILL BE ALL THE RAGE IN SPRING

Pastel and spring tend to go hand in hand–but more than ever this year with passionate purples making an overwhelming statement in multiple collections.

Pastel Fashion Trend

From left to right: Tracy Reese, Crosby Derek Lam and Thakoon

 

2—Mix it up! Blend ivories, creams and bright whites:

White on top of white on top of white. Blending ivories, creams and bright whites will be easy to do this spring.

White spring fashion trend

From left to right: Charlotte Ronson, Opening Ceremony and MSGM

 

3—Pack a punch with plaids and floral patterns:

Delicate florals and punchy plaids don’t seem to be going anywhere for spring 2014. They’re popping up everywhere from delicate cut outs to feminine hues of blues, yellows and purple.

Florals and plaid spring 2014 fashion style

From left to right: Carolina Herrera  and DKNY

Images via Style.com, Vogue.com and HarpersBazaar.com

Find more tips + trends from Mall of America.

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