These 8 Trends Are Hot Right Now, and I Found Them All at Mango, Zara, and H&M

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Although the most recent runways were for fall/winter collections, these trends tend to take off immediately due to the nature of social media. There were so many exciting new trends on this February's runways, and some of your favorite retailers already got the memo in addition to celebrities taking looks straight to the red carpet for award season.

There were fresh color trends like fiery statement red and rich butter yellow, bag trends such as trapezoid shapes and supersized totes, and texture trends like cascading ruffles and all-over ruching. If you're looking to get the trend immediately, I've shopped out each of these budding trends at affordable prices below.

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With practical workwear making a splash this fall/winter 2023 season, it comes as no surprise that the supersized shopper tote was in play. This oversize catch-all makes for a chic work tote and comes in easy neutral tones.

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Arguably the most discussed hue of the fall/winter 2023 season is bright primary red. The fiery hue was seen on many a major runway and is taking off in tights, bags, and lip color as well. Expect to see this color brighten up the next year (at least). 

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An unexpected comeback is happening with the wedge heel, but this time, it's coming with a sculptural twist. Curved heels in all styles were on the chicest runways, and contemporary brands have already caught on for the warm-weather seasons. 

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This early aughts trend is definitely elevated this season with perfect draping and modernized silhouettes. Gathered tops, dresses, and skirts will be all over this season and beyond.

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This subtle, jovial hue was at all the major shows this season. Full looks of muted yellow were on the runways of Jil Sander, Gucci, and Bally in addition to Givenchy, Sportmax, Hermès, and Tove. Although it was on the fall/winter runways, this color is perfect for spring and summer as well.

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As seen dominating the carpets this award season and covering the runways, the 3D rosette accent is everywhere. Opt for embellished mules, a neck-detailed bodysuit, or a floral handbag.

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Tissue-style cascading ruffles were a romantic trend this season with sheer fabrics and curly strands. Peasant blouses, midi skirts, and minidresses are included.

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Geometric handbags have crept in over recent seasons, and this season's shape was the trapezoid. Straight-edged bags were seen on the runways of Prada, Valentino, and more. 

Next: 10 Spring It Bags I Saw on Instagram and Immediately Wanted to Buy

Copelyn Bengel
Associate Shopping Editor

Copelyn is the associate shopping editor for Who What Wear based in New York City. She writes about fashion and accessory trends in addition to creating original content.

Before her time at Who What Wear, Copelyn was at Bustle Digital Group working on the accessory market for cover shoots and fashion features across Nylon, The Zoe Report, Bustle, Romper, and Elite Daily. Copelyn has also previously worked at InStyle and Cosmopolitan in the fashion and accessory departments on shopping and fashion market.

Copelyn has a journalism degree in editing and graphic design from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In her spare time, Copelyn freelances in graphic and web design in the fashion-and-lifestyle space. She also loves to upcycle clothing and home décor as well as collect an embarrassing number of colorful sneakers and experiment with her hair color.