What To Expect On The Runway: Spring Into Fashion At The Saint Louis Galleria

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

As Saint Louis Fashion Week quickly approaches, fashion lovers are abuzz with excitement and speculation of what is to come on the runways. Spring Into Fashion at the Saint Louis Galleria kicks off the series of events on Wednesday, April 23 with a rundown of the hottest trends as seen on the racks of top stores, including looks from Banana Republic, bebe, Fossil, Tommy Bahama, True Religion Brand Jeans and White House Black Market. Designed to give back, Spring Into Fashion and STLFW proudly partner with Friends of Wings for the—100 percent of ticket sales will benefit the organization that provides necessary support to newborns, children and teens who are suffering from life-altering illnesses.

Here, we’ve pulled together a few of our top trend predictions for the event featuring stylish looks we can’t wait to snag for our own closets.

Banana Republic

Photo courtesy of Banana Republic Spring 2014 Lookbook

Photo courtesy of Banana Republic Spring 2014 Lookbook

Trends we expect: White and pastels with pops of navy and camel in sophisticated cuts and breezy fabrics

bebe

Photo courtesy of Bebe Spring 2014 Lookbook

Photo courtesy of bebe Spring 2014 Lookbook

Trends we expect: Signature sassy cuts, crop tops and figure-flattering dresses in bold colors and prints with just a bit of fringe.

Fossil

Photo courtesy of Fossil Summer 2014 Lookbook

Photo courtesy of Fossil Summer 2014 Lookbook

Trends we expect: Classic adventure gear for men and women in rich tones of Pacific Blue and pops of red in heat-friendly fabrics like chambray and cotton.

Tommy Bahama

Photo courtesy of Tommy Bahama

Photo courtesy of Tommy Bahama

Trends we expect: Beachy separates in cool colors from coral to pale blue crafted from light cottons and linens for men, and tropical-inspired sundresses for women.

True Religion

Photo courtesy of True Religion

Photo courtesy of True Religion

Trends we expect: Back-to-basics denim looks featuring simple cuts and basics for men and festival-friendly womenswear boasting eyelets and embroidered details.

White House/Black Market

Photo courtesy of White House/Black Market

Photo courtesy of White House/Black Market

Trends we expect: Graphic black and white prints intermixed with bold pastels like minty blue and fuchsia with metallic accents.

To be one of the first to snatch up the newest and hottest looks right after the show, grab your Spring Saint Louis Fashion Week tickets. But hurry—there are less than 50 tickets left!

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