Runway Looks Us Non-Fashion Models Can Wear

True or False? Runway styles only look good on the runway. A real woman can't really pull them off. My answer? False.

OK. I'm not delusional. I know some runway looks are crazy, like nipple-bearing shirts and bondage-inspired dresses. But, there are also a bunch of trends that are totally wearable. For example, some of this spring's biggest trends are sportswear, tribal maxi dresses, soft pastels, and neon. (Check out the whole list here.) Completely doable. The same goes for hair and makeup.

Related: 7 Runway-to-Real-Way Looks

To help you get inspired, I put together six head-to-toe runway looks I'm most excited about for spring. And I guarantee you can pull them off. Scroll down to see the first three complete looks, or click here for all six looks.

Retro Hair + Sporty Chic

Whether it's an old varsity jacket or your stand-by hoodie, we all have favorite pieces in our wardrobe that have that sporty vibe. But this season, Richard Chai took this sporty look further by adding a chic edge. Think: Soft floral dresses with zip-up athletic jackets. Can you say comfy and charming?

To keep this trend from going sloppy or too masculine, we suggest pairing it with a great retro hairstyle. Try the Betty Page bangs or a Veronica Lake-inspired 'do. It adds more of the chic flavor that Chai sent down the runway.

Related: Hot Spring Trend: Neon Done 18 Ways

Dark Shadows + Tribal Influence

Like big patterns and bright colors? Then you'll die for this season's tribal trend seen at the BCBG Max Azria show. We also love how he kept the hemlines long --though we still dig our tribal-patterned shorts -- and the whole look seems super comfy. Bonus points in our book.

Too add more drama to this look, consider dark shadows for your eye. It's an equally popular trend, and who doesn't want to draw attention to their eyes? To make your eyes pop even more, try a product like Rimmel Scandal Eyes Mascara, $6.99, which will work well at making lashes stand out, even with the dark shadow look.

A Big Bun + Feminine Pastels

Not feeling the sporty vibe? Move in the opposite direction with some feminine pastels. Phillip Lim embraced soft colors this season, and this pairing of tangerine, lilac, and ivory make us feel all light and peaceful on the inside.

If you want to liven up this toned-down look, try pulling your hair into a big bun. Don't have the volume? No worries. Use a hair donut, like this, to get that added oomph.

Click here for the rest of the head-to-toe spring fashion looks.

Tell us: What spring trend are you most excited about? Leave your answer in the comment box below.

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