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Wear The Spring/Summer 2010 Runway Looks Now

By Sarah Conley · September 30, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
Vera Wang Spring/Summer 2010 (left)

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Donna Karan Spring/Summer 2010 (left)

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(Runway looks courtesy of Style.com)

Attending New York Fashion Week certainly has its advantages - you get to see the latest looks & trends from the hottest designers - but it also makes you want to have pieces from the next season already in your wardrobe. Spring/Summer 2010 is shaping up to be an unconventional Spring, full of rich greys, deeper shades and night-inspired styles. Fortunately, this means you can find similar looks in stores for Fall & Holiday to purchase now. Silhouettes has items that are so on-trend, they look like they've been plucked from the runway especially for your closet.

For Spring/Summer 2010, Donna Karan mixed the masculine textures of traditional menswear looks with feminine detailing to give daytime looks a little edge. For a similar effect, try the Open Front Jacket ($59), which utilizes the ruffled edge to soften the herringbone texture.

Vera Wang extended the jumpsuit that's already made the transition from retail stores to the streets. A perfect time to wear this runway-worthy style is for the upcoming holiday season. Try the Surplice Jumpsuit ($69) styled with statement jewelry and a killer pair of heels for Holiday night out.

What did you see come down the Spring runways that you want to wear now? Your suggestions could be used as inspiration for a future post!

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