Not ready for sweater weather and puffer jackets just yet? Take your mind off the impending dip in temperature and check out the outfit forecast for spring 2020. New York Fashion Week shows have birthed a host of new trends, from waist-cinching corsets to buttery smooth leather dresses and bottoms. As always, it's never too early to adopt any of the trends ahead, which is why we provided "get the look" options too. Start wearing the trends before everyone else.
As seen at Staud, Michael Kors, Jonathan Simhaki, and Jason Wu
The only way to wear a blazer next season is with a bralette. (Save this for your off-duty days, of course.) Designers played with the idea of showing off your midriff while still making you feel covered up. Take cues from Kors and Wu and opt for high-waisted bottoms for more coverage.
This black bra doubles as a teeny-tiny crop top. The versatile hue will work with any color blazer you choose for spring.
Since this Dior knit bra is an investment, here are some ideas for how to wear it aside from under a blazer. You can style it over a button-up, let it peek out from underneath a silk shirt, wear it over a turtleneck sweater, or pair it as is with a high-waisted trouser.
If your blazer is plainer, show some fierceness underneath with a tiger printed bra. Bonus points if you work the tiger print into your bottoms or accessories too.
As seen at Khaite, Kate Spade, Sally LaPointe, and Coach 1941
There's no mistaking that leather—including vegan or faux—is the one material everyone's excited to work with next season. Though Nanushka practically built its brand on this look, more and more designers are finding new ways to incorporate the buttery soft material into their pieces. Personally, I am obsessed with that Kate Spade olive leather dress.
Nanushka makes some of the softest leather pieces I've ever felt. This top, a Net-a-Porter exclusive, is a take on one of its signature designs. Rock with a pleated skirt or flared jeans for drama.
Fashion influencer Negin Mirsalehi created a vegan leather blazer you can wear with jeans, dresses, and more. This outerwear is perfect for transitional weather.
I'll be swapping my jeans for these faux leather cargo pants to add some edginess and style to all my outfits. For what to wear on top, why not go with a bralette and blazer?
As seen at Jason Wu, Dion Lee, Prabal Gurung, and Brandon Maxwell
Side slits are climbing higher than ever for spring 2020, so embrace flashing a little cheek. This effortless cut brings a whole new wave of sexiness to your skirts and keeps you cool when the temps start to rise. For more coverage, go up a size and layer jeans or linen trousers underneath.
A skirt that works for day or night depending on the type of top and shoe you wear with it. The asymmetrical cut is perfect for showing off some leg.
Reformation is known for creating deep side slits in its skirts. Don't worry though, I've tested one out and can confirm your butt will remain covered all day.
Kim Kardashian loves wearing Mugler so what are the chances she already owns this skirt? (Answer: high.) Channel her energy and rock this with a bodysuit or formfitting sheer top.
As seen at Sally LaPointe, Ulla Johnson, Bevza, and Oscar de la Renta
Designers embraced the idea of less is more for next season, working with chiffon and tulle to create airy looks. Since the material is basically all see-through, now's the time to show off your prettiest bras, or free the nipple completely.
This ethereal top is made from delicate silk-tulle that has been pleated by hand. Wear it with the coordinating skirt and bikini top on your next beach vacation.
The adult version of your favorite childhood tutu dress. Slip it over any tee and jeans outfit for an instant street style look. The ruffled hemline keeps it fun and youthfu.
This sheer tulle top's statement padded shoulders give the button-up shirt a boxy, dramatic shape. Wear with a lace bralette and tuck into jeans.
As seen at Ralph Lauren, Adam Lippes, Sally LaPointe, and Cynthia Rowley
Don't be afraid to own the stage (streets?) in 2020. It's your time to shine—literally. Designers like Ralph Lauren and Sally LaPointe gave their stamp of approval to sporting sequins for both day and night. Whether you go with a sparkly gown or a shimmery suit set, prepare to stand out and be the peacock in your friend group.
Instead of your usual sequin tank top, try this balloon-sleeve option from Zara. It'll take your black pencil skirt or jeans from daytime casual casual to daytime glam.
If you already love wearing sequins, there's not much stopping you from rocking these pants. They come in three different colors, though my personal favorite is the dusty pink hue.
This Tibi dress is reversible, so if you're feeling flashy wear the sequins on the front. Otherwise, surprise people with the glitzy detail from behind. They'll do an instant double-take.
As seen at Dion Lee, Brock Collection, Jason Wu, and Christian Siriano
For spring, there will be a greater emphasize on defining one's silhouette. An easy way to do this is with a corset, which came in all forms on the runway. Brock Collection made the most romantic Victorian-esque top while Siriano showcased a more bare-bones structure. Get ready to cinch everything in.
Give your white button-up shirt the fashion-girl touch by wearing this strapless mint corset top over it. The structured silhouette has bust-framing front flaps and curved seams to highlight your figure.
Cowgirl vibes but make it fashion. This denim corset is made with paneled stretch-denim and boning, so it holds its shape. The pieces is new from Miaou, so you can be right on trend.
Unlike the other two corsets, this one doesn't completely cover up your body. The piece hugs your waistline for just a hint of drama. Style over a cardigan and skirt.
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