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Shop the Look: Dior Spring 2013, As Seen Through the Eyes of Instagram

Ladies and gentlemen, make no mistake about it: the interminably long wait that preceded Raf Simons' appointment as Dior's creative director was 100 percent worth it. Following his stunning couture collection last July, Raf showed a spring ready-to-wear lineup that referenced Dior's heritage while also reflecting the designer's own love of tailored minimalism. From his masculine/feminine takes on the Bar jacket (hello, coatdresses!) to the thoughtfully embellished eveningwear, every look seemed at once timeless and modern.

Click through for some of our favorite Instagrams from the Dior Spring 2013 show, as captured by some of fashion's most notable. For each look, we've even provided "inspired-by" alternatives so you can start dressing Dior-esque right now.

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The opening: a slim le smoking pantsuit. Click through to shop the look.

via @THELOVEMAGAZINE

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This trio of floral ball skirts couldn't be more beautiful. Click through to shop the look.

via @JessicaMichault

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One of our favorites: a geometric gridded minidress. Click through to shop the look.

via @BoF

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The colors! The colors! Click through to shop the look.

via @JessicaMichault

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The typical shorts suit gets a kick via pleats.

via @ninagarcia

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Who would've thought pink and black stripes could be so pretty? Click through to shop the look.

via @JessicaMichault

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Like shattered glass. Very glamorous, glittering shattered glass. Click through to shop the look.

via @rachelzoe

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This chartreuse sequined look's bound for an awards show. Click through to shop the look.

via @TeleFashion

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Snowflake-like embellishment makes that strapless dress ideal for holiday parties. Click through to shop the look.

via @CathyHorynNYT

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Iridescent evening looks get wrapped, twisted and tied. Click through to shop the look.

via @CathyHorynNYT

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