1. Altuzarra; 2. Chloe; 3. Jason Wu; 4. Ralph Laurel

A comeback from the ‘70s, supple suede emerges as spring/summer must-have fabric in body accentuating shapes and earth tones. Spotted on a myriad of Spring 2015 runways in dresses, classic trench coats, kimono jackets, skirts, culottes and button-up skirts, the soft as buttah luxe material transforms simple shapes into something more sophisticated. The tickling idea that makes this trend worthy of an investment is the fact it can be worn year-round. Wear it all together for a “look” or separately to breathe new life into old basics. Think a wink of sexy without feeling too retro. Team your skirt with a matching top for a monochromatic take on Me Decade, or go for a slouchy silk blouse for a jet-set spin. Sexy, strappy sundress couldn’t feel more of-the-moment. Minimalist sandals, I say flatform will keep the vibe light and plant your feet firmly in the now. For maintenance, invest in a good suede protector spray because unlike its wipe-clean leather cousin, suede is porous and rapidly absorbs the slightest spill that will leave a stain. Check the weather channel for treacherous April showers before leaving the house.

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