All The Trends You’ll Be Wearing Next Spring

NYFW is about to come an end, leaving us with an idea of what we’ll all be wearing next Spring. We’re predicting big pants, short shorts, and one bold color that’s much brighter than Millennial lavender. Scroll through for the the biggest trends from the Spring 2020 season thus far.

Editor’s note: The fashion flock will soon jet off to London, Milan, and Paris, so check back as we update our trend guide with more hot takes on style from the biggest names in fashion.

Waistcoats

Our relationship with the two-piece suit is turning into a ménage a trois with the resurrection of the classic waistcoat. Wear the vest alone (and to a formal event, à la Ralph Lauren), or with a full suit (and feel like a badass).

Clockwise from top left: Rag & Bone, Ralph Lauren, Jacquemus, Givenchy, Christian Siriano

Hot Pants

Who wears short shorts? If you’re a Brandon Maxwell or Longchamp woman, you do. Set your expectations high and keep your inseams higher with the newest versions of hot pants that are so tiny they might qualify as underwear. Whether you choose a style in leather, satin, or denim, these shorties will make your legs go on for days, months, and even years.

Clockwise from top left: Brandon Maxwell, Rag & Bone, Longchamp, Eckhaus Latta, Longchamp

Corsetry

Last season’s trend guide saw the beginning of a Renaissance love affair, but designers like Khaite are bringing corsets into the mix. Snatch that waist with sheer bodices, traditional boning, and more bustiers we can’t wait to wear next Spring.

Clockwise from top left: Anna Sui, Christian Siriano, Jason Wu, Laquan Smith, Jason Wu

White Suiting

A white suit can seem intimidating, but the versions seen at Deveaux (photographer Tommy Ton’s second foray behind a runway, not a camera), transition the monochrome set into daily wear. Alternatively, you can opt for a sleek silhouettes like at Jonathan Simkhai, Tory Burch, and Prabal Gurung.

Clockwise from top left: Carolina Herrera, Tory Burch, Jonathan Simkhai, Givenchy, Prabal Gurung

Baggy Trousers

When designers aren’t thinking small—in terms of short shorts—they’re suggesting a super wide-legged pant for Spring. Test it in a trending cargo like we saw at Tibi, or go all out with Carolina Herrera’s tent-like trousers.

Clockwise from top left: Carolina Herrera, Tibi, Michael Kors, Paul Smith, Jacquemus

Mellow Yellow

It’s official: Yellow is the it-colour of spring. And yes, we are positive, because every designer including Sies Marjan, Pyer Moss, and more presented runway looks in a range of marigolds and buttercups. As the symbolic colour of happiness, it’ll be easy to introduce this sunny colour into your Spring wardrobe.

Clockwise from top left: Sies Marjan, Pyer Moss, Self Portrait, Christian Siriano, Gabriela Hearst

This article first appeared on ELLE.