5 Styling Tricks To Cop From The Spring 2018 Runways

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As a new year opens, the season transitions to new trends and if you’re like most fashion girls who are constantly finding fresh ways to style their wardrobe, look no further than the Spring 2018 runways to give you a dose of inspiration. Whether you have brand new threads or are just mixing and matching, hit refresh on your sartorial assortment with these 5 styling tricks.

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Take a page from Kaia Gerber’s runway debut look at Calvin Klein’s New York Fashion Week presentation – wear a turtleneck under a buttoned-all-the-way-up shirt. Go minimalist with black and white or choose two different hues to make your look standout.

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Nobody does lazy chic like Balenciaga. Knot a cardigan around your shoulders for a slouchy look, just like how Demna Gvasalia styled his Paris runway collection. Bonus style points if you also assemble a mixed pattern look together.

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The catwalk for Dries Van Noten S/S '18 was all about the classic, but with a mix of an offbeat Parisian flair. Reach for your favorite oversized knit sweater and midi skirt and hang a scarf from the waistband of the skirt where you tuck in the sweater. The result is an effortlessly chic look that’s French girl approved.

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If there was any show that completely embodied Spring/Summer, it was Jacquemus. Creative director Simon Porte portrayed the perfect summer girl in his La Bomba collection. Aside from striking silhouettes, his styling for accessories caught the fashion crowd’s eye. Take two different long statement earrings for a standout look.

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For every fashion girl who loves her share of sensuous silhouettes, Zimmermann’s runway was the perfect mix of fun and flirty. Leave your collared blouse open and tuck them into high-waisted trousers to create a plunging neckline.