It's tough staying on top of all the trends designers sent sashaying down the runway, but keep these 8 top trends for 2010 in mind when you hit the mall for after-holiday sales, and you'll be very of-the-moment when it comes time to break out the warmer-weather duds in a few months!
Not just for hippies anymore, this boho wonder was made chic by the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Céline's Phoebe Philo, and Louis Vuitton. Clogs are the new must-have footwear (and comfy to boot!).
Red Hot Lips
Photo Credit: Sean Cunningham
There were crimson-stained moues aplenty on the runway. The shocking yet sexy shade screamed old-world style for models everywhere from Dior to Bottega Veneta.
Blue-jean baby. Broken-in jeans were shown with élan in New York (Ralph Lauren doing it distressed), Milan (D&G mastering the look), and Paris (Stella McCartney showing the fabric in several skirt styles). We're even seeing acid wash make a return -- hello, '80s.
Get in line with spring's most linear look: classic stripes. Blue and white are best, but you can pull off the Breton-inspired trend with any color combo.
Not only did designers look to burnished bronze shades for spring, but the autumnal hue also popped up as a fun nail polish.
Garden motifs have sprouted up again this season, with flowered patterns in full bloom. Add some painterfly florals to your wardrobe, especially if you typically don't mix it up with prints.
Pastel Eyes that Pop
The '80s trend has moved to makeup, with a palette of icy blues, purples, and other sorbet shadows for spring