10 Spring Trends You Won't Want to Wait to Wear

Stars preview spring's most-wearable runway trends, because warmer temps will be here before you know it.

Spring 2013 Trend report
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If the world’s top fashion designers were planning their spring break, it’d be an adventure-themed trip, with lots of hiking, climbing and sailing, followed by night after night of dancing.

All the major trends from the Spring 2013 runways lend themselves to movement, whether it’s looser suits, longer shorts, or swingier skirts.

Even the season’s shoes were sleek. We saw models gliding, instead of clomping down the runways, in flats and thin-soled pumps made for walking.

Ushering in spring were sporty styles designed for playing outside – rain or shine. Sportswear was a common aesthetic, giving the entire season a playful, throwback feel with touches like washed-out denim, high tops, overalls and windbreakers, each done with a mix of feminine fabrics and masculine cool.

Dresses, however, were treated with more structure. Stripes, bold colors and nipped-in waists livened up evening-wear and offered a subtle nod to the sporty separates accompanying them down the runway.

Whether the hectic pace of our daily lives is sinking into designers’ minds, or cabin fever has left them longing for days spent playing outside, we’re in love with the idea of being active in our fashion.

Get excited for spring too, with a look at stars wearing the season’s most wearable styles and hottest trends .

Take a sneak peek at the trends you’ll be dying to wear this spring.

 Which trends are making you excited for warmer weather? Tell us your favorite spring trends.

 Celeb stylist Rachel Zoe breaks down her favorite spring trends in the video below.

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