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Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Michael KorsThe Project Runway fave creates clothing that is the definition of wearable. Case in point: These pleated wide-leg trousers and timeless trench; they're tailored but not stuffy.
Oscar de la Renta
Slaven Vlasic/Getty ImagesSomeone needs to throw a garden party, so I can wear this dress.
Catwalking/Getty ImagesWe’re guessing this is how beach babes head to the office after a morning surf sesh -- a pair of jorts and a schoolboy blazer for an effortlessly cool, laid-back look.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014The elaborate bloom embroidery in striking black and white lets you wear flowers without being a spring cliche. Because florals for spring aren’t groundbreaking, so says Miranda Priestly.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014Who doesn’t love a floppy bow? It’s like gift wrap for this easy, breezy pleated chiffon halter-neck dress.
Alice + Olivia
Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for alice + olivia by Stacey BendetThere's always room in your closet for one more cute cardi.
Diane Von Furstenberg
Catwalking/Getty ImagesYou can’t go wrong with a classic wrap dress from DVF, especially in a timeless graphic black-and-white print.
Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014Pin this dreamy pale lavender dress to your boards now for next year’s wedding season.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014Put some serious spring in your step with this swingy 1950s-style frock in a fun polka-dot print. Neckerchief optional, but highly recommended.
Thomas Concordia/WireImageThis minimalistic black dress doesn’t need a lot of bells and whistles to make a strong statement.
Herve Leger by Max Azria
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-BenzThanks to the bold panel design of this body-con dress you can fake Kim Kardashian curves.
JP Yim/WireImageInstead of the usual pastel and sherbet shades, try vibrant colors in classic shapes, like these electric blue ankle-cropped pants.
Edward James/WireImagePair this diagonal-striped pullover with tights or leggings, if you’re not ready to bare it all.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion WeekFigure-flattering seaming accents the charming stain-glass print of this strapless dress.
Randy Brooke/WireImageThe sporty mesh panels of this one-shoulder dress give the illusion of cut-outs without revealing too much.
Cindy Ord/Getty ImagesThis adorable nod to Parisian girl style is easy to copy on the cheap and can work for any shape.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion WeekLayering pieces in the spring not only makes sense weather-wise, but they just look cool together.
Frazer Harrison/Getty ImagesTo tame this kaleidoscopic print, swap out the printed belt for a woven one and throw on a blazer.
Thomas Concordia/WireImageThis knee-length shift dress in a frosted blushy pink shade is pretty without being prissy.
BCBG Max Azria
AP Photo/Richard DrewIt’s like stealing your boyfriend’s shirt, but better. A deconstructed button-down is reimagined as your new work wear look.
Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014A flouncy printed skirt and sleeveless sweater unite to make an office-ready look.
Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2014Because you could always use another LBD, right?