It's Honestly Shocking That I Found These 7 Spring Trends All Under $50

We may be in the thick of winter with boots and coats and all of the cold-weather essentials on heavy rotation, but spring is right around the corner. That’s good news for anyone who is ready to retire their many winter layers but also for early adopters who can’t wait to get their hands on the newest trends for the upcoming season. If you fall into the later camp and want to start incorporating the most important spring trends into your wardrobe, I’ve found some of the best pieces to add to your shopping cart now.

Even better news? I uncovered affordable finds that are all priced under $50, which means you don’t need to make a big investment if you’re on the fence about how much you’ll end up wearing an item. Here, shop seven major spring trends—from tube tops to long denim skirts, and more—for under $50.

Lingerie Details

From bra tops to corsets, lingerie-inspired pieces will be incorporated into street style looks. This was one of the biggest trends that defined spring, so it is definitely one to test out.

'70s-Inspired Sunglasses

Small sunglasses are officially being replaced by oversize '70s-inspired versions. Yep, this is the latest grandma trend you will see insiders wearing for the year ahead.

We saw long denim skirts on runways everywhere from Celine to Alexander Wang to Givenchy. Expect this to be one of the biggest denim trends in the months ahead.

Tube Tops

Tube tops are the ultimate aughts throwback piece and will be back in a huge way this spring. Layer them underneath a sharp blazer or pair one with a maxi skirt for a look that feels on-trend.

High-Shine Satin

Head-to-toe satin looks will bring a sophisticated spin to fashion insider outfits. Whether you opt for a dress or tailored trousers, these luxe pieces instantly read as expensive.

Tuxedo Jackets

Suiting will continue to be big in 2020 but with some tweaks. One major new piece we'll be seeing is the tuxedo jacket, which made a major statement at Saint Laurent.

Heeled Loafers

Flat loafers became a huge trends a few years ago, but now they've been updated with heels like we saw on the runways at Tory Burch and Prada.

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