Spring Wardrobe Must Haves (Featuring Some of my Favorite Bloggers)

Are you thinking about your spring wardrobe?  It’s a toss-up really. All I know is that in quarantine, I’ve been doing a lot more laundry and that my dry clean bill is nonexistent.   When I conducted a poll on instagram, so many of you still wanted the #shopyourclosetseries or even try-ons from H&M (I usually do these once a quarter).  I am down for that if you are!  Truthfully, I bought a handful of things for my trip to Puerto Rico, but that didn’t happen so I returned a lot of it.  But warmer weather IS approaching (or it’s here, depends on the day).  And because it’s a change in the seasons, I’ve since bought some comfy clothes but I’m itching to add some spring wardrobe must haves to the mix!  
If you’re like me right now, you’re kind of having a wait and see approach to determine what you’re buying for the warmer months.  Will I even get to go anywhere?  Fingers crossed, we do, even if it’s a slow roll.  In the meantime, I’ll be wearing a floral dress at home for Mother’s Day.  Here are some of my favorite items that are trending this spring–even if we’re home for most of it!

Spring Wardrobe Must Haves

The cozy bra 

Remember the Katie Holmes bra that launched a million page views?  Everyone was ALL about that cashmere bra and matching cardigan.  But luckily, you can do that for way less money.  It’s so cozy, comfortable, great under cardigans or sweatshirts alike–and it’s meant to be seen (sort of).

COS cashmere-blend bra

Madewell knit bralette

SKIMS cotton bra

Coordinated loungewear

I mean, we’ve all been living in it so let’s just call a spade a spade–it’s a trend!  Maybe you’re rocking tie-dye or maybe you’re going for a simpler 90s-inspired Hanes look.  Either way, we all know we’re wearing a lot of coordinated sweats right now and it’s totally fine.  I’m wearing Monrow cargo joggers and an Everlane sweatshirt as we speak!

Eberjey coordinated set

Fuzzy slippers (currently waiting for my own pair!)

Target jumpsuit + matching sweatshirt (over shoulders or around waist)

Polished pastels 

Pastels for spring, groundbreaking.  But, the baby blue game is strong out there.  You’ll see it below on some of my blogger friends.  You’ll also see a lot of pastels in the tie-dye sweatsuits that everyone’s been wearing!

H&M linen joggers

Freedom Moses sandals ($40!)

Gap pastel blazer


Spring Outfit Ideas 

Here are some chic and easy to emulate looks from some of my favorite personal style bloggers from around the web.  The best part is these looks are from their spring archives–classic never goes out of style, am I right?  Hopefully these looks get you in the spring mood!

Straight leg jeans
spring wardrobe must haves

Helena from Brooklyn Blonde in straight leg jeans and gorgeous baby blues.

Tailored pastels
spring wardrobe must haves

Jess Kirby wearing a tailored blazer with casual sandals is my kind of look

Trench coat chic
Jess Keys in the ultimate wardrobe staples

Jess Keys in the ultimate wardrobe staples: high-waist skinny jeans + the trench coat.

Flirty shift dress
Grace Atwood exhibiting laid-back glam in an embroidered dress

Grace Atwood exhibiting laid-back glam in an embroidered dress with Loeffler Randall block heels.

Casual gorgeous
Natalie Borton in a casual (but chic) denim jacket

Natalie Borton in a casual (but chic) denim jacket. A jean jacket is always a good idea!

Tropics in the City
Janelle from Wait You Need This on Instagram in florals. 

Janelle from Wait You Need This on Instagram in florals.  Give me all the dresses and skirts, especially if it’s a matching set.

A Simple White Tee
Anh in a white t shirt and simple skirt.

Anh in a white t shirt and simple skirt. (A simple tee does wonders for your wardrobe.)

Feminine skirt + top 
Liz Adams in a bandana print, boho maxi

Liz Adams in a bandana print, boho maxi (I need it) with a simple, yet flirty top.


Check out more of my favorite spring looks here:

The white blazer

The white skirt

Summer date night

  • My heartfelt greetings to all those people who always keep writing good posts, seeing and reading your posts gave me a lot of inspiration so that I can try to make my upcoming posts more beautiful and you can do the same in your life. Keep writing more beautiful posts in me.

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