In the past couple of years, J.Crew went from an average retailer known for their preppy style to one of the most sought-after labels, thanks to Jenna Lyons who took over as Creative Director of J.Crew in 2008. For their New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 presentation, J.Crew got inspired by beach holidays, in fact it was a mash-up of a Californian coast and European chic summer vacation. This resulted in signature high-low J.Crew style, a collection that's polished, casual and most importantly affordable.

Trends spotted at J.Crew Spring/Summer 2014 collection:

1. Floral Prints

2. Neoprene

3. Nautical

4. Shorts

5. White

6. Flared Skirts

Best thing at J.Crew Spring/Summer 2014 collection?

The shoes! They were from the Sophia Webster for J.Crew collection that debuted at the J.Crew Spring/Summer 2014 presentation. Sophia Webster is one of my favorite shoe designers and it was great to see her branching out in such an alliance.

Worst thing at it?

I don't think there's a bad thing about a well curated accessible collection, with loads of separate pieces that you can mix and match for your own personal style.

Stay tuned for our daily reviews about New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014.