The Trends We Spotted on C/MEO Collective's First Solo Runway

When the C/MEO Collective collection took to the runway for its first solo Fashion Week Australia show today, it was evident that the affordable, on-trend label is making a name for itself as a true fashion player. The collection was concise, edited, and featured wearable trends we can't wait to slip into. Soft floaty dresses with a relaxed '70s influence (muted tones made the standout dress below soar to the top of our wish lists), '80s power suiting with a twist (cut-out arm slips make the blazers so now), and mini accordion pleats were the MVPs.

Keep scrolling to check out these three new trends and how we'll be styling each.

 

Floaty Dresses

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We'll be wearing this dress come spring with long, drop earrings, tan mules and a sky-high pony.

Suiting

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The only way to wear a white suit? With a sheer black cami underneath and flat slides.

Mini Pleats

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Layering here is key. The collection featured so many different lengths of accordion pleats. We'll be wearing them altogether—the more the better.

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