Predicting the Biggest Trends for Spring 2015 [SPONSORED]

The most exciting part of the runway shows? Finding the newest trends!
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The most exciting part of the runway shows? Finding the newest trends!
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Photo: Rommel Demano/Getty Images

Photo: Rommel Demano/Getty Images

Whenever fashion week rolls around, one of the most exciting things about attending the shows is getting a sense of what designers are feeling for the upcoming season -- what colors will be all over stores in six months? Should I stock up on more denim now or will it be over by the time the warmer weather rolls around? Here are some of the spring 2015 trends that we think we’ll be seeing a lot of on the runways this month.

Photo: Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images

Photo: Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images

A-Line Skirts: When this silhouette is used on dresses, it creates a pretty and feminine -- but not girlish! -- effect. On skirts, especially in stiff fabrics like denim, it lends a retro edge to otherwise plain clothes. Either way, this is one you'll want to stock up on now -- pair it with tights to get you through the winter.

Photo: Rommel Demano/Getty Images 

Photo: Rommel Demano/Getty Images 

Chambray: Denim is a mainstay, especially in warmer months. Pale blue chambrays are perfect for spring because they're a lighter weight -- super easy to throw in the wash and go. Whether it's an always on-trend button down or a destroyed denim skirt (which was huge for summer) this is the perfect fabric to mix in with your more daring pieces.

Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

White: It's hardly revolutionary to wear white when the weather heats up, but it's still consistently on the runways each spring season. And who can blame designers? White pairs nicely with just about every other color, lending a crisp edge to brights and a grounding sophistication to black and gray. 

Photo: Imaxtree

Photo: Imaxtree

Cotton Jersey: In light and breezy pastels, this fabric is a no-brainer for spring and summer. It drapes perfectly for casual tees and summer dresses alike. Plus, it only gets softer the more you wash it -- what's not to love about that?

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