From cool crochet to the return of hot pants, this is your official guide to spring’s top trends.

The long parade of more than 100 fashion shows during the spring 2020 season, which took place few months ago, has finally come to market. The first order of business is discerning the most impactful trends of the season—from artisanal crochet and graphic polka dots to a look at decades past via disco collars and ’60s wallpaper prints, couture feathers, hot pants, bold neons, and many more. See which designers led the pack for each new mode before you give your wardrobe a refresh. Welcome to what’s now.

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1. The Disco Collar

 

And just like that disco’s not dead. The wide collar favored by the Studio 54 set made a surprise comeback on the spring 2020 runways. Modernized on coats, jackets, and button-downs at Lanvin, Ferragamo, JW Anderson, and beyond, the look is often shown with contrasting colors to make it really stand out. Because what’s the point of a super collar if you can’t really see it?

Pictured: Lanvin, Victoria Beckham, Salvatore Ferragamo, Saint Laurent, JW Anderson

2. Bermuda Shorts of the Street

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Unless you’re model or super leggy, the length of Bermuda shorts may stunt your height. The best way to prevent this from happening is to pair these trousers with flat footwear.

3. In Tiers
Tiered Skirts on the Street
From flamenco dancers to ballerinas at the Paris Opera, tiered skirts have long been part of the dance lexicon. Now, you can two-step with the professionals in a flirty frock of your own.
4. Well-Vested

While the term borrowed from the boys is so passe in 2019, there is something decidedly last midcentury Savile Row about the vest. Whether included as part of a three-piece suit at Burberry and Etro, or mismatched with a jacket at Louis Vuitton, there’s something quite dapper and appealing—not to mention endlessly flattering—about the almighty waistcoat.

Pictured: Celine, Max Mara, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Rag & Bone

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