10 Trends We Can't Wait to Wear in 2013

New year, new wardrobe? Even if you're not planning on revamping your entire closet in light of the changing calendar, there are still plenty of runway trends we spotted back in September that we expect will be huge in the months to come. From Yves Saint Laurent's signature jacket to a comfy footwear style that already has our soles' stamp of approval, click through to see and shop the looks we're most excited to test-drive. How many will you be wearing in 2013?

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Bold Stripes

While we're mad about spring's onslaught of skinny railroad stripes, it's the mod, chunky take on the classic pattern we're loving most. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Tommy Hilfiger (WWD/George Chinsee), Marc Jacobs (Fairchild Archive), Michael Kors (Fairchild Archive)

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Romantic Ruffles

It's gonna be a feminine, flirty and frilly 2013. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Gucci, Balenciaga, Givenchy (all, Fairchild Archive)

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The New Le Smoking

We love when a tried-and-true classic gets reimagined on the runways, and that's just what's happened with YSL's traditional tuxedo jacket. You likely already have a black blazer in your closet—but now's the time to add another. Perhaps a double-breasted iteration, or one in sleek, evening-appropriate satin? The options are endless. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Lanvin, Dior, Saint Laurent (all, Fairchild Archive)

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Fancy Flats

Get ready to stow those stilettos—temporarily, at least. Dressed-up, heel-free footwear ranging from buckled oxfords to pointy-toed skimmers were spotted all over the spring runways. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Creatures of the Wind (WWD/George Chinsee), Marc Jacobs (Fairchild Archive), Victoria Beckham (WWD/Robert Mitra)

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The Drop-Waist Dress

Thanks in part to the crazy buzz building around the forthcoming Great Gatsby reboot, the '20s-era silhouette is making a major comeback. Start stocking up on flapper dresses, folks! Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Prabal Gurung (Fairchild Archive), Marc by Marc Jacobs (Fairchild Archive), Vera Wang (WWD/John Aquino)

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Crazy Shades

Sunglasses are one of the easiest, least-costly ways to play with trends. Spring 2013 offered up sunnies both floral and futuristic, and we can't wait to try 'em out for ourselves. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Anna Sui (WWD/Robert Mitra), Rag & Bone (Fairchild Archive), Prada (Fairchild Archive)

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Chokers

We loved them in the '90s (especially when trimmed with a cameo)—and now, we're excited to start wearing these sleek, jugular-hugging necklaces once more.Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Proenza Schouler, Versus, Givenchy (all, Fairchild Archive)

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Bright Leather

Sure, the little black moto jacket is an undisputed classic. But this year, brightly-hued leather separates—particularly those in primary and pastel shades—are going to be big. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Isabel Marant, Derek Lam, Proenza Schouler (all, Fairchild Archive)

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Boudoir Beautiful

Call it a Helmut Newton homage, call it a Fifty Shades of Grey trickle-down effect. For whatever reason, leather and lace were spotted in all sorts of sultry combos on spring runways—and we can't wait to test-drive a (subtle!) version of the look in real life. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Jason Wu (Fairchild Archive), BCBG Max Azria (Fairchild Archive), Reed Krakoff (WWD/George Chinsee)

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Baggy Bermudas

To all those who scoffed at the high-end hot pants of previous seasons: your day has finally come. Bermudas—yep, those loose-fitting, knee-skimming shorts adored by vacationers everywhere—are back in a big way. Click through to shop the trend.

From left: Peter Som (WWD/Robert Mitra), DKNY (WWD/Robert Mitra), Dries Van Noten (Fairchild Archive)

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