Prepping for your spring shopping is just as important as the shopping itself. Instead of beginning your sartorial journey toward a foolproof spring 2020 wardrobe completely blind, take this time to hear from some of the most reputable shopping experts in the business on all the items that matter this season. Obtaining a top-quality wardrobe, no matter your budget, has never been easier thanks to the list of expensive-looking spring trends the women ahead are backing.
If throwing down and balling out is your vibe this year, there is a Miu Miu suit and plenty of Bottega Veneta waiting for you, but if saving a buck is more your speed, we've provided the equally stylish dupe for you as well. Ahead, read up on all the spring 2020 trends Caroline Maguire, fashion director of Shopbop, and Michael G. Grant, Moda Operandi Buyer, and Designer of RTW, and Michelle Rothman, VP of Amazon Fashion have to say about the styles that will make you look like a million bucks this season and why.
"We saw suiting take center stage during the spring runway collections. Whether it was the power suit from Proenza or short suit from Miu Miu, this wardrobe update will change your mindset most with a multitude of affordable options, but you will be walking a bit taller with an immediate uptick of confidence." — Grant
"I’m really looking forward to the simple sandal trend this spring. They completely elevate your look, and I love the way designers have used an assortment of beautiful fabrications to make the trend look super luxe. While the shape itself is minimalist, they can be a statement piece when dressing up or down!" — Maguire
"We saw designers experimenting with new textures and artistry this season. Upcycled fabrics, crochet, raffia all played a role. Jonathan Anderson did it best at Loewe, putting craft at the forefront of his inspiration. The technique work is incredibly intricate, making it one of the more expensive trends of the season as a result. Make your investment in non-apparel with raffia handbags from Valentino or Jacquemus, immediately enhancing your high-street apparel." — Grant
"Necklines have started to get lower season after season since Daniel Lee took the helm of Bottega Veneta, and they will hit their peak in spring. One of my favorite trends of the season, it’s incredibly sexy with the exposed collarbone. Done best with Khaite’s iconic sweetheart ribbed knit top, you will feel like a million bucks!" — Grant
"Oversized balloon sleeves and tented silhouettes make for beautiful, wearable pieces both on and off the runways. Fabrics used to accomplish such volume in a piece give the appearance of luxury—no matter the occasion!" — Maguire
Bras & Blazers
“A look that’s trending with customers right now is a blazer paired with a bralette. It’s tailored, polished and playful. The printed Savage x Fenty bralette topped with The Drop’s Blazer is the perfect way to achieve this fresh look at a sharp price.” — Rothman