The Best Looks from the Spring 2017 Collections

Eye candy to inspire your next shopping spree.

Sick of sporting the same heavy winter coat and boots? Escape the monotony of your cold-weather wardrobe by daydreaming about the looks you'll want to wear come spring. Kicky pastels, bold stripes, statement jackets, and sheer skirts make up just a few of our editors' favorite new-season looks, all featured in this month's issue. Enjoy!

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Alexander McQueen

Some serious Xena: Warrior Princess vibes.

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Saint Laurent

Proof that the '80s are back in a big way.

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Balmain

Bold stripes and bare shoulders will make you the envy of every summer wedding.

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Balenciaga

Super-bright head-to-toe color is a guaranteed way to slay the season.

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Chanel

Leave it to Karl to serve up something equal parts bohemian and streetwear-inspired.

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Dior

Maria Grazia Chiuri's debut included fencing jackets and tulle skirts.

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Coach 1941

Stuart Vevers somehow manages to give everything that "epic vintage find" vibe.

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Coach 1941

Suddenly, our favorite black leather jacket just doesn't seem to cut it anymore.

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Coach 1941

A plush fur with biker-babe vibes? Perfection.

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Dolce & Gabbana

A menswear-inspired spin on the "queen for a day" look.

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Giorgio Armani

Out-chic everyone in a plunging blazer dress.

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Gucci

Alessandro Michele continues to look at modern fashion with a historical eye—and we can't get enough.

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Lanvin

Inventive takes on the classic white pantsuit marked Bouchra Jarrar's inaugural collection.

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Louis Vuitton

A sophisticated take on streetwear (that you can totally sport at the office).

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Max Mara

A jumpsuit made for the urban jungle.

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Michael Kors

We're mod for the designer's '60s-feeling floral prints. (Sorry/had to.)

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Ralph Lauren

It's official: Ivory is the new black.

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Michael Kors

Puff sleeves give this frock a charmingly 1940s feel.

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Valentino

The maxi dress to end all maxi dresses.

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Versace

Donatella redefines the term "club kid." Count us in.

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