Fashion Month 2017 closed out with evidence that runway shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris and accompanying street style photography sent showgoers hunting for their favorite trends. Those searches, in turn, sparked sales. Global fashion search engine Lyst analyzed hard numbers that reflect the most popular style offerings. Here are some of the fashions you should keep an eye on.

Striped Shirts
Deconstructed striped shirts are big among the style set, whether they are actually oversized, worn under a structured coat, off-the-shoulder or layered over a turtleneck.  These are most often seen with asymmetric hems or unusual cut-outs.

This one is big and bold and boasts a lapel collar and long sleeves. The teardrop detail on the back with bow fastening lends some excitement to the look. Other details include a side lit at the hem, front button and shoulder detail.

Zara Oversized Striped Shirt, $29.90, zara

Mad for Plaid
Lyst saw a search for this classic pattern increase by 63 percent with sales increasing by 23 percent during Fashion Month.

Blazers from the ’80s

Reconsider your grandmother’s workwear. Take your blazer to work teamed with old-school sneakers, mini-dress, and statement clutch or pair it with jeans for an effortless elegance.

This oversized one by BDG reflects a classic relaxed-fit. The lightweight cotton is perfect for a springtime staple. Details include pockets at the hips and chest, long button-cuff sleeves and a hidden button-front placket. Topped with a peak collar + seamed panel detailing throughout.  Pockets at the hips + chest. Finished with long button-cuff sleeves.

BDG Allison Oversized Workwear Jacket, $99, Urban Outfitters

Anything Gucci

Lyst said searches for Gucci handbags soared by 102 percent with sales increasing by 32 percent during Milan Fashion Week.

Embroidered Jackets

Tired of the same old bomber jacket or denim staple? A splash of embroidery shows off your personality with flair.

Embroidered birds at the chest and flowers at the back embellish this vintage-look colorblock printed bomber jacket by Silence + Noise. Colorblock baseball sleeves complement the slouchy fit, striped stretch hems and a zip-up front and side pockets.

Silence + Noise Arielle Silky Embroidered Bomber Jacket, $69 on sale from $129, Urban Outfitters

The Color Red
Red was the color that everyone was wearing everywhere on runways and on the streets.

Londoner Chloe Lonsdale re-launched the Made in Heaven brand as M.i.h., and as been grabbing attention with her unpretentious, assured silhouettes. This contemporary ready-to-wear collection with a retro-inspired spin loves a wide leg crop in red.

Caron Cropped Wide-Legs, $250, Anthropologie

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