Get the Look for Less: Spring Runway Trends

Get the Look for Less: Spring Runway Trends
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Get the Look for Less: Spring Runway Trends

Rag and Bone Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2013

This spring, it’s all about the fit-and-flare skater dress, and we couldn’t be more obsessed with this flattering style. Emerald green is certainly trending, but we think the color of your choice is just fine. We’ve created the look using a summery shade of line, and topped it off with black and white color-blocked accessories, since the dress (or skirt and shirt combo that we pulled together) contains enough color as is.

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Altuzarra Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2013

Don’t be afraid to mix prints this spring. It might seem too clashy, but we promise it’s easy and looks completely pulled together. This look calls for a pinstriped button-down, but we chose a simpler color-blocked style to start off slow. Add a printed skirt in a fun floral, and gladiator sandal to make everything look just a less polished and perfect for a day to night transition.

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Chloe Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2013

The easiest spring look combination we could possibly think of was a classic trousers and tank combo. A loose white tank paired with a mustard trouser really makes the pants pop. Adding a gold heel completes the look.

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Spring is right around the corner, and we all know what that means - a major wardrobe overhaul.

In order for you to max out (sartorially, not financially) on new spring trends, we've recreated three runway looks here, all at budget-friendly prices that will you leave you a little extra cash for the fun spring activities you've been planning.

Click through the gallery to see the looks we took straight from the runway, and transformed into reality!

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