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50 Spring Outfits to Copy Right Now
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  • When denim shorts are slouchy and not super-short, they don't feel quite as summery. Add a button-down, a white blazer, and a pair of oxfords for a fresh spring look.

    Photo via Sincerely Jules

  • Here's chic proof that the midriff trend works any time of day. The trick to pulling it off? Make sure your pants are high-waisted, and slightly loose. 

    Photo via Pinterest

  • So simple but so cool: super-baggy jeans, a white sweater, and a pop of print on her feet. 

    Photo via They All Hate Us

  • Proof that combining a basic breton stripe top with a floral skirt looks really, really good (and it would with floral pants, too!) Add a structured leather bag and a few chunky bracelets to complete the ensemble. 

    Photo via Atlantic-Pacific

  • So clever: Add a denim jacket or vest to a pair of skinny black jeans and simple sandals, and later a structured black blazer on top. 

    Photo via DeSmitten

  • A broken-in denim jacket makes a bright floral-print dress spring-appropriate. 

    Photo via Song of Style

  • To achieve this beyond-cool look: Grab a pair of fitted white jeans (preferably ankle length), a denim button-down, and a bright lightweight sweater. From there, pile on the bracelets, and grab your favorite printed pumps.

    Photo via Song of Style

  • Try styling a maxi skirt with a simple solid button-down and a skinny belt—so chic. 

    Photo via Seams For a Desire

  • Casual, cool, and totally chic: A pair of boyfriend jeans, two layered T-shirts, a shrunken blazer, and a pair of classic brown oxfords. 

    Image via Pinterest 

  • This outfit is so chic—and easy to recreate, although most of us probably wouldn't think to pair a red pencil skirt with a basic yellow T-shirt. 

    Photo via Harper's Bazaar

  • The perfect way to start mixing spring pieces into your wardrobe: Pairing floral midi skirt and sandals with a shrunken cable-knit sweater.

    Photo via Pinterest

  • Spring's the time to start busting out of your all-black doldrums, and a sunny yellow dress is a chic place to start. Temper its brightness with a leather moto jacket and oversized sunglasses.

    Photo via Lolobu

  • Still a fan of last season's colored jeans trend? Make them feel fresh by pairing them with all-black, namely a black tee or tank and a fitted black blazer.

  • A swingy ladylike skirt, along with a thin cable-knit sweater and a solid button-down, creates an elegant and easy spring look. Finish things off with a top-handle bag and pretty much any type of shoe, from  a ballet flat to a pointed pump. 

    Photo via Classy Girls Wear Pearls

  • Basic jeans and a T-shirt + polka-dot blazer = adorable spring outfit! 

    Photo via Simply Cyn

  • Such a perfect look—and so easy to recreate. All it takes is a pair of skinny light jeans, an oversized button down, and a gray sweatshirt. From there, pile on the bracelets, grab a bright pair of loafers, and top it all off with a cool side braid (or a messy bun if you're not sporting long hair) Perfect daytime outfit!

    Photo via Tumblr

  • Spice up a basic blue jeans and a black tee with a pair of brightly-colored solid wedges (we're loving red), and a plaid shirt tied around your waist. 

    Photo via We Wore What

  • We love the idea of pairing a sweet feminine dress with a pair of rough-and-tumble ankle boots. Not only does it completely transform the look of the dress (it would look totally different with a pair of ballet flats, for example) but it's also the last chance to do it before the dog days of summer approach. 

    Photo via The Petticoat

  • There's something so cool about teaming a pair of super-distressed jeans with a prim buttoned-up blouse and a structured blazer for spring. 

    Photo via Pinterest

  • This pretty outfit exemplifies the beauty of spring: A classic striped shirt, ballet flats, and a sunny yellow midi skirt. These simply aren't pieces that can be worn together in winter! 

    Photo via Chictopia

  • Pairing a camo jacket with a striped shirt is cool enough, but we love the addition of cropped trousers, peep-toe booties and a red bag. Don't have a camo jacket? They're literally all over Etsy, Bib + Tuck, Ebay, and other sites of that nature! 

    Photo via B. Jones Style

  • Just because it's raining doesn't mean you have to forego a cute work outfit this spring. We're loving the fact that she paired her Wellies with a springy striped dress, a bright blazer, and a cross-body bag. 

     Photo via Atlantic-Pacific

  • Proof that loose overalls can look prim and polised, when paired with a dainty white blouse. 

    Photo via Pinterest

  • Get creative with your accessories! We love how she tied a scarf around her head and paired it with an easy denim shirt.

    Photo via exPreSS-o

  • The trick to this outfit is all in the styling: Staples like straight blue jeans perfectly ripped at the knee, white button-down (buttoned all the way up), and black pumps look totally hip.

    Photo: Lulu and Your Mom

  • One accessory that's definitely on our spring shopping list? A pair of mirrored shades. Plus, we love how she styled her broken-in gray T-shirt with a structured black blazer and dainty necklace. 

    Photo via Peace Love Shea

  • A pair of black high-waist trousers paired with a white blouse and white blazer not only looks chic beyond belief, but these are all pieces you can find for wallet-saving prices at spots like ASOS, H&M, Forever 21, and Zara.

    Photo via Gal Meets Glam

  • Don't be afraid of color this spring! We love how she opted to not pair her bright-pink anorak with all neutrals. A printed shirt and red shoes make the outfit stand out!

    Photo via Harper's Bazaar

  • Sometimes all it takes to turn a basic outfit of skinny jeans a standard striped shirt are some killer accessories. In this case, a ladylike bag, a great watch, and a pair of red pumps. 

    Photo via Daisy's Heels

  • Leather leggings look out of place during the steamy summer months, but with an oversized button-down, sweater, and flats, they look pitch-perfect (and totally low-maintenance) for spring.

    Photo via Lolobu

  • Chinos often get a bad reputation for being stodgy and boring, which is why we occasionally forget how rad they look when styled with the right pieces. Make sure yours are a tad slouchy (and cuffed), then add effortless staples like a worn denim jacket, a comfy tee, and an eye-catching pair of print pumps. 

    Photo via Pinterest

  • Add a denim vest to a simple white T-shirt, basic black skirt, and flat sandals. Here's a tip: If you don't have a denim vest, head to the Salvation Army and buy a thrifted jean jacket (they always have a huge selection) and cut the sleeves off yourself. 

    Photo via The Vault Files

  • Pair a printed wrap-style dress with a skinny belt and open-toe booties for a perfect desk-to-cocktails outfit. 

    Photo via District Sparkle

  • A pair of sandals instantly spring-ifies this minimalist look made up up of dark skinny jeans, a white button-down, and a light black coat. The pop of red lipstick and cool topknot don't hurt, either! 

    Photo via Le Mode Du Jour

  • Printed blouses look adorable—and so put together—when tucked in to dark-wash skinny jeans and paired with a simple wedge sandal.

    Photo via Harper's Bazaar

  • Instead of a black blazer, go for spring's number one must-have: The little white jacket. We love how she paired hers with a basic black top and loafers, perfectly-ripped skinny jeans, and just the right amount of accessories. 

    Photo via Franceta Johnson 

  • This outfit is so sharp, and so easy to emulate: Add a printed blouse to a pair of white shorts and a structured white blazer, then add a leather tote and a pair of neutral pumps. Of course, you can always swap in black shorts and a black blazer for an equally chic effect. 

    Photo via Chic Chef

  • A midi-length pastel floral skirt pairs perfectly with a tied chambray shirt and matching clutch. 

    Photo via Chictopia

  • A basic outfit composed of skinny black jeans, a gray tank, a white blazer, and some classic Converse low-tops lay an ideal foundation for a pop of neon. Plus, this outfit works because the proportion of each piece is perfectly suited to her body.

    Photo via The Street Style

  • No need to store winter's velvet smoking slippers just yet—they look fabulous with a simple pair of black shorts or a skirt and a tweedy blazer.

    Photo via Pinterest

  • A perfect transitional outfit: An ethereal long skirt paired with a lightweight sweater.

    Photo via Brookyln Blonde

  • Such a clever way to make your knee-high boots stand out this spring: Pair them with a swingy floral skirt, a light sweater, and a pair of slouchy socks.

    Photo via ASM Magazine 

  • Pair your oversized army green anorak with a solid white T-shirt, a stretchy mini skirt, and ankle booties for an effortlessly cool spring look. 

    Photo via South Molton Street Style

  • Toughen up a floral dress with a denim vest, then add neutral sandals and a matching cross-body bag.

    Photo via Chioma's Evolution of Style

  • Pair a feminine A-line spring skirt (loving this leather version!) with a basic gray T-shirt and a pair of notice-me heels. 

    Photo via TfDiaries

  • So simple, yet so perfect: A basic pair of jeans and a button-down get punched up with modern add-ons like cool ankle boots, a printed clutch and leather jacket.

    Photo via Blame it on Fashion

  • Temper the inherent summery vibe of an all-white outfit with a long printed scarf and a pair of heavy shoes. 

    Photo via Gal Meets Glam

  • Here's a way to rock that beloved beanie until the last possible second: Pair with a loose T-shirt and peep-toe booties on a less-than-warm spring day. 

    Photo via Cheeta is the new Black

  • Make a basic T-shirt stand out just so by knotting it at the waist and pairing it with a spring-ready skirt—such a cute look. 

    Photo via Get Dressed

  • Stripes! Red! Leopard! Mixing these colors and patterns is easy to do, and creates a spring outfit that's both comfortable and stylish.

    Photo via Hairstyles and Beauty Tips

  • Pair a dressy metallic maxi with a white T-shirt and leather moto jacket. Too ambitious for daytime? Try this look ultra-cool look for a night on the town.

    Image via Pinterest 

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50 Spring Outfits to Copy Right Now




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