Wait Listed: 10 Spring Pieces So Popular, You May Not Be Able to Buy Them

From Céline's fluorescent bags to Alexander Wang's pointy-toe stilettos -- these are the items that are flying off the shelves for spring.

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Demand for Céline's mini luggage bags has always been high, but shoppers have been particularly rabid for the fluorescent versions from the brand's resort collection, which hit shelves earlier this year and have been wait-listed (or completely sold out) since.
Alexander Wang's Joan runway ankle-wrap pumps ($545) sold out before they even hit stores in many cases.
Joseph Altuzarra has a hit on his hands with his tropical print heavy Spring 2012 collection. The Redwood tropical-print flared stretch cotton-blend pants ($775) have been selling incredibly well.
This Givenchy necklace made such a strong statement at the brand's Spring 2012 runway show that it is practically impossible to get your hands on one.
Prada's flame wedge sandal ($1,100) haven't even hit stores yet, but they've already been selling out via department store pre-orders.
This J.Crew peplum top ($350) and capri pant ($298) touches on all of spring's trends (peplum, matching prints, florals). It's no wonder many sizes have sold out in the city.
This 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli Satchel in Limon ($895) is one of spring's "It" bags, and stores now have the wait lists to prove it.
Proenza Schouler's tropical prints -- including this button front shirtdress ($1,050) -- have been flying off the shelves at department stores and high-end boutiques.
Just try and get your hands on this Jil Sander cotton-jacquard intarsia sweater ($1,640) from Raf Simons' second-to-last collection for the label. It has already sold out at Neiman Marcus and on Net-a-Porter.com.
Louis Vuitton's spring collection is all about pastels including mint green and bubblegum pink. The mules in the collection are a runaway retail hit.
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