Met Gala 2014: 11 Trends to Start Shopping Right Now

1. Colorblocked Black and White

This look is less about the two colors—because, really, do they ever not go together?—but the graphic, high-impact way in which they were paired together: a bold swath of each side-by-side.

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Now that we've had plenty of time to freak out over everyone's Met Ball outfits last night, calm down and then promptly freak out again (Emma 's pink tube top-meets-crop top gets us every time), let's talk trends. No one showed up wearing exactly the same thing (turns out that Kim K and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley fashion face-off didn't actually happen), of course, but we did see a lot of similar fabrics, silhouettes and colors going on. The 11 in the slideshow above definitely stood out the most, which is why we've also shopped for non-white tie options you can test drive right now. This is the most fashion forward red carpet of the season, after all, so these looks are bound to be huge come fall. Click through to get ahead of the game.

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