Runway to Reality: Spring/Summer 2017’s Most Wearable Pieces

And the best part? You can shop them all now
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As designers look ahead to Resort 2018, clothes from Spring/Summer 2017 are finally ripe for retail picking. Eye-catching and easy to wear, these are the catwalk pieces to snap up ASAP.


Prada's turtleneck is a retro-tastic burst of pattern. Tone it down with a pair of slim black jeans and ankle boots.

Viscose top, $1482, at Net-a-Porter


Ideal for hot summer nights, Peter Pilotto's colourfully embellished top can easily be dressed up or down.

Embroidered linen top, $1159, at Net-a-Porter


With its floral embroidery and gingham ruffles, this wrap-style skirt ticks off many SS17 trends in one – and it's giving us major vacay vibes.

Embroidered cotton skirt, $958, at Matches Fashion


Its vibrant pink hue and sunflower yellow tassles is reason enough to add this to your shopping cart.

Cashmere-silk mix cardigan, $1140, at Matches Fashion


This season calls for languid draping and shades of buttercup-yellow – epitomised by this J.W. Anderson number.

Triacetate-polyester mix dress, $2143, at Matches Fashion


Missoni's metallic teal-blue number is the perfect example of a beach-to-city wardrobe essential. Tuck in a tank top and add studded sandles to complete your summer look.

Metallic knit skirt, $1222, at Matches Fashion


The perfect play between volume and proportion, Tibi's crisp navy cotton-poplin top has 'chic' written all over it. 

Cotton top, $590, at Net-a-Porter


Not one to shy away from a challenging silhouette, Stella McCartney's roomy trousers with a gathered inseam will test your sartorial limits. For a more balanced proportion, we recommend a matching it with fitted, paper-thin tee.

Polyamide-cotton mix trousers, $866, at Net-a-Porter


Tomas Maier's Spring collection was full of retro co-ordinated looks. If matchy-matchy isn't quite your cup of tea, why not pair this skirt with a crisp white cotton top?

Cotton-linen mix skirt, $2070, at Matches Fashion

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