Don鈥檛 get us wrong 鈥 during New York Fashion Week, we love checking out all the new looks from designers like Givenchy, Jeremy Scott and Zac Posen just as much as the next fashionista, but if we鈥檙e being honest, we鈥檙e probably never going to shell out the $800 for that cool t-shirt we saw at the shows. That鈥檚 why when those brands that we *do* actually do shop at debut stunning new looks, we do a happy dance. With NYFW wrapping up, we鈥檝e now seen spring looks from J.Crew, Kate Spade AND Banana Republic. And you guys, it鈥檚 making us want to skip straight over fall and winter so we can rock all of these pieces. See some of the best looks from those three favorite brands below.

J.Crew Spring/Summer 2016

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J.Crew鈥檚 new collection sort of resembles what we think it would look like if a circus took over the Midwest 鈥 and we mean that in the best way possible. There were oversized button-downs, sequined flannels and what could very well be an updated version of Dorothy鈥檚 iconic blue-and-white dress. The line had a heavy prairie-like influence, but always with that signature J.Crew charm. It wasn鈥檛 quite as kitschy as what Kate Spade had in store, but it definitely proved itself to be more than a place you go just to stock up on basics.

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Kate Spade New York聽Spring/Summer 2016

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Kate Spade鈥檚 new pieces were all very, well鈥 Kate Spade. Like J.Crew, there was definitely no shortage of sequins. The brand spared no subtlety in the prints department, offering up a head-to-toe daisy ensemble, a soft floral skirt and a striped dress in that classic Kate Spade color combo. As good as the garments were, where the brand really brought it was in the accessories department. The models held clutches that were disguised as tea boxes, a giant admission ticket, a wicker kettle and even a beehive. We鈥檒l take one of each please.

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Banana Republic聽Spring/Summer 2016

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Just like with their recent summer collection, BR has really stepped up their fashion game since they brought on Marissa Webb as creative director. In their SS16 line, you鈥檒l find sophisticated prints, chic eyelet fabrics and the modern-day equivalent of 鈥90s fur heels (they鈥檝e replaced the fur with suede leather fringe). While they鈥檝e definitely made their pieces a little more fun (and much more on trend), you can still count on BR to supply you with some quality, sophisticated garments. Whether you鈥檙e in need of a slim-fitting pant suit or a leather maxi skirt, they鈥檝e got your back.

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What鈥檚 your favorite look from these designers? Share with us in the comments below.

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