Pale Nails, Gladiator Boots, Mod, Blue Liner

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We've been counting down the most incredible spring trends we're currently obsessed with and hope you've been following along!

From delicate leather and flirtatious ruffles to pretty plaids and vibrant hues, there's plenty of stylish new looks to embrace in 2013. 

Without further ado, see our final favorite trends for next season: 

4. Pale Nails: Opaque short nails in light shades of white and ivory were seen all over the spring runways. The models at Rag & Bone, in particular, flaunted sophisticated manis featuring rounded square shapes. Essie makes a number of chic shades including Blanc and Picket Fence that are perfectly on trend.

3. Gladiator Boots: Anne Hathaway took this hot spring trend by Tom Ford for a bold test drive at the world premiere of Les Misérables, and we're hoping to follow suit once the weather gets warmer. These sexy knee-high boots feature intricate cut outs for added sex appeal and were clearly created for the confident set. For a similar runway look (seen at Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, Salvatore Ferragamo and more), try this affordable look. 

2. Mod: There was a strong 1960s vibe at the Michael Kors, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana runway shows, and we're loving this blast from the past. Funky stripes and playful checkerboard patterns add whimsy to your wardrobe, while bold sunglasses and charming ladylike coats are easy to embrace. Introduce this trend into your wardrobe with a charming printed dress, colorful pump or striped satchel bag.

1. Vibrant Blue Eyeliner: Jazz up your normal makeup routine with a splash of blue liner on your lids. Shades of cobalt, aqua and navy are all the rage and can quickly enliven your look in one simple swipe. Demi Lovato added a pop of color with a brilliant turquoise look that enhanced her gorgeous brown eyes. Consider a waterproof eyeliner or gel formula for a look that lasts. 

 —Reporting by Rose Curiel and Bobby Schuessler

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