These 7 Trends Will Be Huge in 2019 -- Shop Them Now!

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Browse the biggest trends from the spring/summer 2019 collections.

You can take a breath now as the whirlwind of Fashion Month has concluded. The 27-day, four-city extravaganza had celebrities, fashion editors and stylists jetting around the world to witness designer collections for spring/summer 2019 in New York, London, Milan and Paris. 

Even if you weren't there to experience it in person, just catching up on all the shows online can make your head spin, but worth it to feast your eyes on all the gorgeous, covetable, I-need-that-now pieces. Most importantly, it's the best way to peek the biggest trends that will surface next year, so you're way ahead of the sartorial game and know what to shop for in six months. 

Yes, we're knee-deep in fall fashion, but it doesn't hurt to daydream about the new clothes and accessories we'll be wearing come warm weather (vacation-inspired tropical prints and modern versions of psychedelic tie-dye, just to hint at a couple). 

If you can't wait until spring, we've gathered 21 pieces you can shop right now to channel next season's reigning trends immediately. Read on ahead and browse our selects. 


These aren't your basic DIY color jobs. Spring's iterations are cooler than ever, plastered on unexpected, wearable wares via blazers, button-ups and boiler suits. Model Kaia Gerber coincidentally strutted in multiple tie-dye pieces on many runways from R13 to Proenza Schouler to Stella McCartney. Hey, the girl looks good in tie-dye. 

R13 - Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Proenza Schouler - Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Stella McCartney - Yanshan Zhang/Getty Images


Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters Tie-Dye Mesh Mini Skirt $36


Ganni Appliquéd Tie-Dyed Cotton-Jersey Sweatshirt $170


Eckhaus Latta Tie Dye Wide Leg Jeans $325




The woven material may be lighthearted in spirit, but designers prove the piece is more than just a beach cover-up with seriously impactful iterations rendered in patchwork, shell-adorned overlays and elegant lengths we want to wear beyond the shore. 

Oscar de la Renta - Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows
Altuzarra - Francois Durand/Getty Images
Chloe - Kristy Sparow/Getty Images for Chloe



Mango Crochet Panel Top $60


Honey Punch Rainbow-Stripe Cropped Crochet Sweater $84


Elizabeth and James Edna Crochet Maxi Dress $595 $298


While pastels dominated 2018, sunny yellow proves to be the It color to watch for 2019. An array of shades ranging from saturated saffron to bright chartreuse occupied the runways. But don't expect any fluff -- think directional silhouettes à la glamorous floor-length shirt dresses, structured skirt suits and shiny rubber raincoats. 

Brandon Maxwell - JP Yim/Getty Images
Chanel - Getty Images
Marc Jacobs - Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs



Lasula Plus Longline Blazer $54, Cigarette Pants $51

& Other Stories

& Other Stories Boxy Knit Sweater $55


Storets Miley Four Button Color Dress $98

Bermuda Shorts 

Begging for an approachable alternative to bike shorts? Thanks to the Kardashian-Jenner clan, the cycling staple has become a big trend this year, but let's face it -- the clingy activewear isn't for everyone. Although knee-length shorts were all over the spring/summer 2019 collections, the newest styles are offered in trouser and denim fabrications that are far more easy to don. 

Roberto Cavalli - Yanshan Zhang/Getty Images
Prada - Getty Images
Off-White - Foc Kan/WireImage



Zara Pleated Shorts $40


Karen Millen High-Rise Denim Bermuda Shorts $170 $90


MSGM Quilted Nylon Shorts $250

Tropical Prints

Florals are an obvious choice for spring and summer, but next season will focus on bold, tropical botanicals and palm prints via fashion-forward frocks and flowy separates that'll instantly transport you to a lush, warm weather destination to take you from the city to the coast. 

Christian Siriano - Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images
Valentino - Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
Michael Kors Collection - Thomas Concordia/WireImage



ASOS Design Tall Midi Sundress with Tie Front in Palm Print $45

Faithfull the Brand

Faithfull The Brand Cuba Libre Pant $189


Diane von Furstenberg Paneled Floral-Print Silk Crepe de chine Maxi Dress $600


Thong Sandals 


The 2019 version of flip-flops is not what you sported as a kid. The in-between toe strap silhouette is offered in a variety of styles that elevate the low-key sandal -- think an asymmetric feathered number, the classic rendered in sleek leather and a wraparound design. 

Prabal Gurung - Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Tibi - Pietro D'aprano/FilmMagic
Richard Bord/Getty Images



Ipanema Philipe Starck Thing N $40

Saks Fifth Avenue

Havaianas Ring Flip-Flops $32

Need Supply

Mari Giudicelli Hana Sandal $490 $147


Statement Belts


A bevy of ensembles down the runway were cinched with fashion belts that diverted our attention to the waist. It's all in the details that make the belt the star of the outfit -- utility pockets, ruffled corset and embellished boho wrap styles were notably eye-catching. 

Fendi - Getty Images
Alexander McQueen - Getty Images
Maryam Nassir Zadeh - Albert Urso/Getty Images


B-Low the Belt

B-Low the Belt Mia Moto Suede $135

Free People

Campomaggi Ravenna Waist Belt $148


VereVerto Deco $340


Watch blogger Jenny Cipoletti get ready for the Tom Ford show in NYFW:

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