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5 Major Spring Trends from New York Fashion Week

The ruffles were big, the suits were pastel, and everything was T&C approved.
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Throughout New York Fashion Week T&C editors zipped all over Manhattan and Brooklyn to scout out the trends for spring 2019. Our takeaways? Ladylike, dramatic, and tailored, we've come a long long way from the all-black uniforms and sweatpants of yesteryear (er, last weekend). From the crispest white ensembles to color matching perfection, here are the five trends for spring 2019 that are, dare we say, #verytandc.

RUFFLE OVERLOAD: TORY BURCH

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Models flitted about the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum garden in tiers of floaty ruffles at Tory Burch.

RUFFLE OVERLOAD: ULLA JOHNSON

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This sparkler of an evening dress had everyone buzzing at Ulla Johnson.

RUFFLE OVERLOAD: JASON WU

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Heaps of chiffon ruffles add a softness to an otherwise all-black gown at Jason Wu.

ECCENTRIC SUITING: TIBI

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A fun mix of pastels and brights enlivened tailored suits at Tibi.

ECCENTRIC SUITING: OSCAR DE LA RENTA

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The deconstructed suits at Oscar de la Renta unraveled into swingy fringe.

ECCENTRIC SUITING: BROCK COLLECTION

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A chic suit-dress with an extra-cinched waist recalls the 1940s, but pairing it with gladiator sandals is wholly 2019 at Brock Collection.

AMERICANA: CAROLINA HERRERA

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Wes Gordon did not disappoint at his debut show for Carolina Herrera. A nostalgic dose of Western still feels polished in a clean silhouette.

AMERICANA: RALPH LAUREN

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Although it was not a surprise, Ralph Lauren's 50th anniversary show was certainly a delight with opulent textures and a decadent ode to the brand's history.

AMERICANA: PROENZA SCHOULER

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Acid-washed denim and no shortage of bandanas gave the Proenza Schouler runway a feminine edge.

CRISP WHITES: REBECCA DE RAVENEL

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Cool whites from boater hats to flip flops and sleek dresses were the order of the day at Rebecca de Ravenel.

CRISP WHITES: GABRIELA HEARST

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A corset shirt dress is dressed up with luxurious cognac accessories at Gabriela Hearst.

CRISP WHITES: TOME

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A whole slew of imaginative, shapely styles marched down the Tome runways.

COLOR COORDINATION: KATE SPADE

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The accessories for Kate Spade were on point with woven bucket bags and retro hair scarves that perfectly matched each outfit.

COLOR COORDINATION: LONGCHAMP

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Kaia Gerber commanded Longchamp's first-ever runway show in impeccably synced accessories.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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