The Verdict Is In: These Are the 8 Cool Trends to Memorize for Spring

While I spend plenty of time studying the runways to report on the biggest trends of the season, I always turn to fashion insiders for their take on where fashion is headed as well. I find it particularly interesting to speak with buyers from the world’s biggest retailers because they are able to share insights about which trends they’re buying into—aka which pieces from the runways will actually be available to shop once the new season hits.

Recently, MyTheresa shared its S/S 22 womenswear trend presentation, with a forecast of the biggest things in fashion this season and how it’ll be curating them for shoppers. While there are many trends to know for the spring season, its edited list highlights which ones will have the most impact on fashion and will end up in the shopping carts of fashion insiders. Ahead, eight top spring fashion trends MyTheresa is betting on in 2022.

Top spring fashion trends: co-ords cont.


@emilisindlev; Prada

While co-ord sets continue to be popular season after season, MyTheresa reported on the uptick in cool, colorful pieces and luxe fabrics like tweed. From skirt sets to hot pant sets, there is no wrong way to wear a co-ord for spring.

Rainbow knits are about to be big.

Don't forget the matching hot pants.

Mango has such a great take on tweed this season.

Top spring fashion trends: luxe denim


Loewe; @emilisindlev

According to MyTheresa, denim is one of the strongest trends for the season ahead, with an emphasis on nostalgic 2000s styles and ultra-luxe embellishments. Designer bags—including Chanel's new logo-centric flap bag—only reinforce how denim is being rethought and how huge of an impact it will have this spring.

Loewe debuted the coolest possible take on a denim skirt for spring.

Already a fashion insider favorite.

Top spring fashion trends: hit the beach


@aminamuaddi; Chanel

Beachwear was major on the S/S 22 runways with vivid colors and eccentric styles in full focus. MyTheresa's key buys include everything from sheer crochet and fancy flats to bold swimwear and embellished sandals.

Matteau always gets it right.

MyTheresa calls these Valentino sandals out as a must-buy piece.

Top spring fashion trends: 'tennis


@deborabrosa; Bottega Veneta

As people are ready to get out more, cool activewear is bigger than ever. New takes on tennis style are hitting the market, with fresh versions of classic styles. Whether you're heading to the courts or not, these pieces are key buys for spring.

Top spring fashion trends: '90s sneakers


@champagnemani; Miu Miu

Comfort dressing isn't going away, but fashion people are interested in directional ways to wear it, so it's no surprise that retro '90s-inspired sneakers are huge right now. You can opt for the original styles or try out new takes designers just dropped on the market.

These are destined to sell out quickly.

Top spring fashion trends: disco fever


The Attico; @giorgiatordini

Optimistic fashion can be seen in full force with the disco, party-centric pieces that hit the S/S 22 runways. Brands like The Attico brought sequins, bright color palettes, and dressing to the max into focus for spring.

The perfect dress for any event that begins after 10 p.m.

Top spring fashion trends: platforms


@aminamuaddi; Versace

Speaking of party clothes, platforms are yet another trend that taps into all of the fun fashion on the market this season. The sky is the limit, so don't be shy about slipping into towering heels, but there are also plenty of lower versions if you're after a more practical take on the trend.

I have a feeling these will be out of stock soon.

These platforms are just my speed.

The viral Versace platforms just restocked.

Top spring fashion trends: Y2K micro minis


@endlesslyloveclub; Prada

Hemlines are most definitely being raised up for spring and Y2K-inspired micro miniskirts are the key silhouette to own. From cool shades to sequins, this trend is all about having some fun.

Style this with a satin button-down.

Top spring fashion trends: cool cutouts


@indyabrown; Nensi Dojaka

Skin is most definitely in for spring. For MyTheresa, cutouts are key buy to tap into the "naked" look. From denim to swimwear to dresses to tops, there are so many cool ways to test-drive it this season.