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50 Spring Outfit Ideas to Copy Now

50 Spring Outfit Ideas to Copy Now

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    Click through for some serious spring style inspiration! 

  • jules

    White jeans, a slouchy button-down and a great pair of heels create an on-point (and delighfully unfussy) spring look. 

    Photo: Sincerely Jules

  • lm

    We can't get enough of this look: A vintage tee, a belted full skirt, and an unfussy spring shoe.

    Photo: Lady Moriarty

  • in pursuit of shoess

    So simple, yet so cool

    Photo: Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Shoes

  • style nina

    A cool spring look that can easily carry you from the office to cockails. 

    Photo: Style Nina 

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    Instead of grabbing a jacket, try layering a crisp button-down under a spring dress. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

  • something navy2

    There's no better time than spring to rock ripped-up boyfroend jeans, bright heels, and a killer pair of shades. 

    Photo: Something Navy

  • Paris str v RS14 5214

    Pair a sweater and shirt combo with a swingy black skirt and a cool hat. 

    Photo: Imaxtree

    Photo: VincenzoGrillo
  • Paris str v RS14 4989

    We love the idea of pairing white trousers and a white blazer with a bold floral blouse. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

    Photo: VincenzoGrillo
  • ap2

    Polish up your overalls for spring with a long-sleeve tee, fantastic pumps, and a big scarf.

    Photo: Atlantic-Pacific 

  • leather-pants

    A perfect combo of sporty and dressy staples. 

    Photo: The Czech Chicks

  • vivaluxury

    Ladylike full skirts are definitely having a moment, and we love the idea of choosing one in a bold color for spring. 

    Photo: Viva Luxury

  • collage vintage

    The beauty of this look lies in the fact that her trench coat is a few inches longer than the average version, creating a glamorous silhouette. The red heels don't hurt, either! 

    Photo: Collage Vintage

  • stockholm street style

    We can't think of a more perfect spring outfit. It's easygoing, stylish, and comprised of things we all own (or at least things that are accessible.)

    Photo: Stockholm Street Style

  • nicolette

    This spring, seek out a leather moto jacket in a soft pastel—it looks so fresh. 

    Photo: Nicolette Mason

  • eat sleep wear

    Reason 543 to invest in a denim vest this spring: It toughens up an LBD! A good tip: head to your local Salvation Army or Goodwill and cut the sleeces of an old broken-in denim jacket.

    Photo: Eat Sleep Wear 

  • peaceloveshea

    If you live in cooler climes, add a black or white blazer or a leather moto to your skinnies, striped tank, and on-trend mules. 

    Photo: Peace Love Shea

  • seams'

    A laid-back anorak looks amazingly cool when paired with spring staples like white skinnies, dainty sandals, and a silk scarf.

    Photo: Seams for a Desire

  • nike2

    Instead of booties, heels, or pointy flats, add a pair of bright sneakers to springy outfit for a dose of casual-cool. 

    Photo: Sincerely Jules

  • Tibi-Trench-Coat-3

    Double denim, a killer trench, and a so-cool hat makes for a perfect spring look on cooler days. 

    Photo: Always Judging 

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    Temper a full skirt's inherently dressy nature with a cheeky sweatshirt and a baseball cap. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

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    A breezy calf-length dress, T-strap heels, and a bold bag.

    Photo: ImaxTree

  • just another fashion blog

    A crisp pair of chinos look especially modern—and seasonal—when worn with a classic breton stripe shirt, loafers, and a pastel cross-body.

    Photo: Just Another Fashion Blog

    Photo: 2014 MARCEL FLORUSS
  • gal meets glam

    There's something so elegant and easy about a pair of wide-leg pants, a classic button-down, and a great satchel. 

    Photo: Gal Meets Glam 

  • tlnique

    Since spring weather can be fickle, layering is a key way to make sure you're comfotable from the time you leave work and it's 55 degrees, to the time you go grab lunch and it's 75! 

    Photo: TLNIQUE

  • the petticoat

    All black is great, but so is all white. We especially like how she made a spring jacket a shirt. 

    Photo: The Petticoat 

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    Pair a silky midi skirt with a vintage tee this spring. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

  • maxi6

    Printed maxi dresses can read a bit too summery, but a leather moto jacket instantly spring-ifys them. 

    Photo: Gal Meets Glam

  • the czech chicks

    Double denim + red kicks = springtime cool. 

    Photo: The Czech Chicks

  • fashion vibe

    All it takes are black and white basics to create a beyond-cool spring look. 

    Photo: Fashion Vibe

  • lim13

    A shrunken sweatshirt, black trousers, and great accessories. 

    Photo: Jenny Norris/StyleCaster

  • fb

    Not quite ready to go bare-legged yet? Wear a dress, but replace tights with a cool pair of cropped leather leggings. 

    Photo: Fasihon Vibe

  • New York str RS14 1865

    Such an easy, stylish look: A midi skirt, a subtle crop top, and a classic jean jacket.

    Photo: Imaxtree

  • camille tries to blog

    Nothing says spring better than a full skirt (sans tights!) paired with a classic white blouse. So chic!

    Photo: Camille Tries to Blog

  • late afternoon

    We're loving the look of a see-through blouse this spring. Pair it with a basic bandeau or bra and a slouchy pair of trousers to chic it up. 

    Photo: Late Afternoon

  • camille2

    Proof that even the most simple pieces—espadrilles, blue jeans, wayfarers, and a shirt-sweater combo in a similar shade—can be the most stylish. 

    Photo: Camille Over the Rainbow 

  • michaelkors7

    On warmer days, a pair of high-waist shorts won't look too summery when paired wirth a long-sleeve shirt. 

    Photo: Jenny Norris/StyleCaster

  • golden divine

    A plaid shirt and a long cardigan pull double duty, effectively erasing the need for a jacket.

    Photo: Golden Divine

  • New York str RS14 4404

    Temper a full skirt's inherent dressy nature with a cheeky sweatshirt and a baseball cap. 

    Photo: Imaxtree

  • song of style 11

    A sleeveless trench? Brilliant! If you don't have one, you can always find a relatively inexpensive version and have a tailor cut the sleeves off. 

    Photo: Song of Style

  • portable

    A very oversize button-down seamlessly fuses menswear into an otherwise girly outfit. (Hint: this might work with an actual men's shirt.)

    Photo: A Portable Package 

  • camille

    All black can look extra stylish in the spring—just keep your pieces lightweight. We love the look of an oversize blazer as a top. 

    Photo: Camille Over the Rainbow 

  • the northern light

    On less-than-warm spring days, pair of a pretty fuzzy sweater with cropped trousers and sandals.

    Photo: The Northern Light 

  • New York str RS14 2987

    No need to store all your sweaters—just pair them with spring skirts and heels. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

  • New York str RS14 0536

    Spring's "fugly" shoe trend works best when the rest of your look is anything but. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

  • New York str RS14 3728

    Seek out one neon piece and keep everything else black. 

    Photo: Imaxtree

  • New York str RS14 2955

    A plain black T-shirt dress can look incredibly cool with killer accessories.

    Photo: Imaxtree


  • New York str RS14 7168

    Tuck in a body-con top to a swingy statement skirt. 

    Photo: ImaxTree

  • pinkpeonies

    Super-skinny jeans look amazing with a bold sandals and a loose button-down.

    Photo: The Pink Peonies

  • New York str RS14 2279

    If this isn't making a case for daytime embellishments and mary janes, we don't know what is. 

    Photo: Imaxtree

Fact: Getting dressed can be difficult, especially during transitional months. Whether you have a packed-to-capacity closet, or take a more minimalist approach when it comes to fashion, there’s no denying that occasionally we all get what we like to call “dresser’s block” (the equivalent of writer’s block) when it comes to spring outfit ideas.

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Getting stumped when it come to building the perfect spring outfit often has less to do with not having the right items, and more to do with knowing how to put them together. We all probably own staples like a vintage t-shirt and a silk skirt, but we all might not think to pair them up. In fact, it’s a safe bet that we all have stuff sitting in our closets right this second that can be worn in dozens of unexpectedly stylish ways this spring—all we’re missing is a small dose of inspiration.

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To help you out, we combed through tons of blogs filled with outfit eye candy to bring you 50 spring outfit ideas to copy now. Some might not seem groundbreaking, but they’re not meant to be—they’re just extremely thoughtful, cool, clever examples of how to put pieces together to create outfits that are impactful, accessible, and stylish by using things you might already have in the depths of your closet.

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We’ve also noted why the outfits work, and included small styling tips to help you achieve maximum levels of spring chic.

Go ahead and click through: We guarantee the street style photographers will be snapping you in no time (or, at least you’ll get out of the house 20 minutes earlier!)

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