Now that we've bid farewell to Fashion Week for this year, here's a roundup of the top seven trends we expect for Spring 2014.
The runways of Fashion Week in New York, Paris and Milan this fall were filled with some of the world's top models showcasing Spring/Summer 2014 collections, and highlighting what trends we can expect to see take center-stage next season.
We don't know about you, but our wishlist is getting unbelivably long - and how could it not? From feminine styles like florals, pleats and pastels, to more edgy pieces that are sure to please the more adventurous of us.
Anyone who says florals are passé should accept that they're coming back for another season. Thankfully we weren't bored to tears by next season's floral frocks, thanks to many inventive minds. We're already coveting Elie Saab's cute floral gowns, in love with the floral crowns at Dolce & Gabbana and are pretty excited to have an excuse to throwback to our younger days in some of Oscar de la Renta's gorgeous creations.
Pretty pleats, too, made an appearance, delighting the inner girly-girl in all of us, while collars and structured shirts will remain a staple for the coming season, as seen at Alexander Wang and Vionnet.
Pastels, peaches and neutrals got their 15 minutes of fame, but they quickly made way for hues of blue featured on various designs. From Vera Wang, to Burberry and even to the more eclectic style of Valentin Yudashkin, shades of baby, navy, royal and electric blue were prominent.
Ladies who love to shine, enjoy next season as it is the perfect excuse to flaunt your metallic pieces - lamé made quite the appearance. Although caution should be given to those who want to overload on metalics. The aim is not shimmering garbage bag chic, which will inevitably occur if one overdoses on the shiny fabric. Take note from Givenchy - their sexy metallic pleated gowns are exactly how the trend should be worn.
While Junya Watanabe may have distracted us all with the mophead hairstyles the models wore, we thankfully weren't distracted for too long and caught onto the fringe trend the designer clearly flaunted. Feathery dresses and skirts, meanwhile, were spotted from Rodarte, Louis Vuitton and the oh-so-fabulous Moncler Gamme Rouge.
For more pictures of the various trends, see our related photo essay.