If subtle brush strokes are your thing, then look no further than the soothing watercolor prints at BCBG, Cynthia Rowley, and Nicole Miller. Not that this look is limited to the runway - H&M's new Garden Collection also features a few lush-looking pieces that like lovely works of art by Georgia O'Keefe.
More utilitarian is the military trend, which, when paired with a pretty painted something, can go from uniform to uniquely cool. If you want to get in the army now - opt for an olive green jacket or a louche pair of cargo pants. Marc Jacobs played on this trend in both his eponymous show and also for Louis Vuitton but you don't have to jump into the trenches with your wallet to be relevant. Head to your local army navy store or find more stylized (but still comparatively less expensive) options at J.Crew.
Perhaps the least likely fad to catch on is the one where you don't wear pants. (This is just a wild guess.) Where could one opt for such a look? It feels very old school Playboy mansion, and could be good if you want to dress up like Lady Gaga for Halloween. At any rate, if you've got the legs and the means (a Dolce & Gabbana one-piece corset will set you back a pretty penny), then go for it.
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Spring 2010 Runway Trends
Check out the hottest spring trends straight off the catwalk.
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