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In need of a fresh wardrobe update? The Style Sheet is here to help! We’ve rounded up three playful fashion trends that will give your look newness and have you perfectly on point.

Sheer Joy

Designers continue to champion transparency, with see-through fabrics reigning supreme. Highlights include bright, breezy shirts by A.W.A.K.E MODE and bold, experimental dresses from avant-garde designer Maison Margiela (both available at JOYCE). While the trend can look intimidating, it doesn't have to be — style it with varying layers of opaque pieces to match your comfort level. For example, we love Prada’s party-perfect embellished skirt slipped over black stockings and paired with a classic white shirt.

Tennis Club

Serve up some serious style as tennis-inspired looks take to centre court for both men and women. While the preppy, country club-inspired trend has slowly been expanding in recent seasons, a tennis-centric aesthetic has moved firmly into the ready-to-wear collections of heavyweight luxury labels for the first time. As well as crisp polo shirts for the men — as seen at Prada — you’ll also find dresses and skirts that pay homage to the retro tennis vibes through nostalgic silhouettes and a classic colour palette of white, navy and red — cue perfect pieces from Gucci and Celine. As for actually playing tennis? Entirely optional.

Denim Do-Over

When it comes to denim right now, it’s all about forgoing restrictive styles and embracing comfort and freedom of movement — cue roomy cuts, wider legs and relaxed fits. You’ll also spot more creativity than ever before in menswear, with designers going above and beyond with creative touches that showcase craft. Case in point? Louis Vuitton’s sculptural wavy silhouette, LOEWE’s signature Puzzle bag applied to the stitching to a slouchy pair of jeans, and Balenciaga — always directional — finishing their baggy pants with a statement back panel of fleece. Sport them with a simple T-shirt and sneakers and you’re good to go.