Say goodbye to the traditional office blouse as we know it. If there's one womenswear staple that's undergone the biggest reinvention this season, it's the humble shirt.
Gone are the days when buying a wedding dress means spending hours and hours in stuffy boutiques, a six-month wait for the gown to arrive and a minimum four-figure price tag.
Spring sees the return of a few footwear favourites of yore (well, if the Noughties can be described as 'yore'), but with a 2017 twist.
It's another trend we can blame on Brexit (see also: mismatched earrings), the fluctuating hemlines we saw on the spring catwalks are a reflection of the tumultuous nature of the stock markets, apparently.
The classic kids' trends are hitting the high street for spring and summer this year. Nautical themes run through almost every collection, alongside fun prints, ruffles and a little boho thrown in for good measure.
What colour clothing are you wearing right now? If the answer is black, blue or grey, you're in good company, as 23% of Brits are most likely to wear monochrome on a daily basis.
Economic uncertainty has been linked to the rise and fall of hemlines ever since the Great Depression, and now Brexit has been blamed for this season's biggest jewellery trend.
With more and more collections landing in stores every week, now's the time to start excitedly compiling those new season fashion wish lists - and on the accessories front, the spring/summer trends offer some seriously desirable bags.
Thanks to that little mix-up with a couple of envelopes at the Oscars, awards season 2017 is destined to be remembered for all the wrong reasons (well, one very awkward reason).
The second stop on the global fashion month train brought the style set to London, a five-day extravaganza of designers revealing their autumn/winter collections - clothes that'll also heavily influence what the high street produces later this year.
Sometimes, the spring collections offer us a fashion overhaul; a tectonic shift in sartorial landscape.
Hate to break it to you, but even though the shops are pushing spring trends already, we've still got a hefty whack of dreary weather to get through.