After a long winter, it's time to refresh your wardrobe with some of spring's freshest fashion trends.
Straight from the runways, there were a few usual suspects, some surprising new hues, but overall, lots of looks that are super wearable for everyday.
Ahead, we have curated a trend report of the hottest designer moments from the Spring/Summer 2019 designer main stages.
Scroll through, take note, and shop your favorites.
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Nudes for spring? Groundbreaking!
Bright airy pastels are usually the norm for spring, but this time around designers such as Burberry, Dior and Tibi highlighted how to wear the understated hue in a new way that feels fresh.
Power puff shoulders
Puffed out shoulders kept popping up at Tome, Christian Siriano and Delpozo. Try the look in everything from solid blouses to silk floral tops.
Lovely in lavender
Lavender was the standout color for every brand from Michael Kors to Badgley Mischka and many more. Add a soft beautiful touch to any outfit with this gorgeous color.
Ruching done right
Ruching can be flattering on many different body types. Designers such as Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabanna, and Diane Von Furstenberg incorporated the design pattern in their collections.
Denim do over
As you can see above Balenciaga found a cool way to do denim ... that didn't require any jeans. Scroll ahead for some fun-skirted options.
Big beautiful bows
Dresses with bows feel chic for spring and designers such as Valentino and Erdem were very into it -- so are we!
Straw hats 2.0
Straw hats for spring? Sounds about right. Designers such as Tory Burch, Giorgio Armani and Gucci had models rock the chic warm weather topper in style.