ELLE.com's Guide to the Biggest Fashion Trends of Spring 2019

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NYFW has officially closed and next year's fashion trends are already presenting themselves. Designers are thinking in tie dye, reworking western classics, and freeing the nipple in ways you've never seen. Check out the biggest trends of spring 2019, and make sure to check back for updates to our guide as fashion week moves on to London, Milan, and Paris this month.

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Big Eveningwear
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Go big or go home next time you have a formal event—literally. Designers turned up the volume when it came to evening wear, looking to ruffles galore in taffeta and chiffon.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Rodarte, Marc Jacobs, Carolina Herrera

Tie Dye
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Take a trip this season, tie dye is reaching new heights. There's California cool courtesy of R13 (approved by Kaia Gerber), art school appeal at Eckhaus Latta, and more interpretations of the trend anyone can dabble in.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): R13, John Elliott, Prabal Gutung, Eckhaus Latta

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From fresh face Laquan Smith to established houses like Oscar de la Renta, designers are freeing the nipple with sheer appeal. Are you ready for this risqué trend next summer?

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Laquan Smith, Sally Lapointe, Naeem Khan, Oscar de la Renta

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Planning your outfit has never been easier, proven by Mansur Gavriel and Tory Burch. Match your bag to your dress...and then to your shoes with next season's latest set of coordinated goods.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Kate Spade New York, Mansur Gavriel, Self-Portrait, Michael Kors Collection, Tory Burch

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This season's It-color has presented itself, and it'll brighten your day. A saturated and sunny yellow was seen all over the catwalk, and we can't wait to test it out.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Carolina Herrera, Pyer Moss, Oscar de la Renta, Brandon Maxwell

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Neon brights are all over the runway this season, and our eyes are anything but sore. Jeremy Scott, Milly, and more presented full-on outfits in every shade imaginable, akin toa collection of highlighters.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Jeremy Scott Cushnie, Brandon Maxwell, Prabal Gurung ,Sies Marjan, Naeem Khan, Christian Siriano

Printed Headgear
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Top off your look next season with this statement style. '70s headscarves, groovy bucket hats, and resort-ready headwear is everywhere this thanks to Michael Kors Collection, Kate Spade New York, and more.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Kate Spade New York, Naeem Khan, Calvin Klein 205@37NYC, Anna Sui, Michael Kors Collection, R13, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Anna Sui

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This is not a trend seen on the fringe, but front and center. The detail reworked classic western style, was cut into modern maxis, and fashioned as easy, daytime accessories.

Left to right (clockwise from top left): Coach 1941, Cushnie, Claudia Li, R13, Tom Ford

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