20 Spring Trends Amazon Has Me Buying on the Cheap

We're back with another round of unexpectedly cool things you can find on Amazon. Rewards are often sweeter when you've put in the work to earn them. Such is the case whenever I find an Amazon gem. By now we're well aware of how difficult the e-retail behemoth can be to sort through when it comes to more niche fashion finds. But with enough elbow grease and determination, you can find a plethora of up-to-date trends. Among them are some of the S/S 21 trends that are already blowing up.

Truly. Flossy lace-up sandalstube tops (surprise!), cropped cardigan tops—if we've named it, we've found it. So long as you're willing to put in the creativity to search them out, as we've mentioned before, winning the Amazon game is all about getting smart with your key search terms, and these trends can be yours for so cheap. So scroll below for the budget-friendliest spring shopping excursion. You won't be disappointed.

Relaxed-Fit Jeans


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The new It jean trend I can get behind. 

Funky Beaded Necklaces


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The 2021 version of the gold chain necklace is a beaded necklace inspired by summer camp DIYs.

Knit Polos


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The most wearable of all the spring trends.

"Dad" Trousers


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Follow suit and pair these loose trousers with a simple tank for a cool and casual look.

Fashion Flip-Flops


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Otherwise known as heeled thongs.

Bucket Hats


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If it's good enough for Hailey Bieber it's good enough for us.

'80s Redux Sneakers


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The '80s sneaker redux is putting classic Reebok styles back on the map.

Retro Florals


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The bikini trend of the season.

Layered Collars


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The micro-trend that's definitely worth trying.

Sweater Vests


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"Grandpa" dressing, anyone?

Baguette Bags


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And I repeat, may the '90s train trend never end.

Side Cutouts


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Cutouts add a cool and forward touch to an otherwise basic dress.

Classic Trench Coats


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Classic cotton trench coats are timeless to be sure, but there's no denying they're experiencing a renaissance this spring.

Oxford Shirts


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Forget a proper jacket. A slightly oversized oxford shirt does just the trick while helping the rest of your outfit look more put together.



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I recently called out loafers as one of this spring's most comfortable shoe trends. There's no chance I'm not stocking up on every iteration possible.

Tennis Skirts


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The tennis court theme continues into this spring, too.

White Tube Socks


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All trends are cyclical. Yes, including the high white tube sock.

Nap Dresses


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The ideal shoe for work or play.

Leather Trousers


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This fall staple is quickly transitioning into a springtime must-have.

Button-Down Vests


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When they said the '80s were back, we didn't know they actually meant the 1880s. Adding waistcoats to our spring shopping list.

Up next, seven spring trends that Nordstrom, Zara, and Amazon are stocking.

Senior Editor

Anna is an editor on the fashion team at Who What Wear and has been at the company for over five years, having begun her career in the Los Angeles office before relocating to New York, where she's currently based. Having always been passionate about pursuing a career in fashion, she built up her experience interning at the likes of Michael Kors, A.L.C., and College Fashionista before joining the team as a post-graduate assistant editor. Anna has penned a number of interviews with Who What Wear's cover stars over the years, including A-listers Megan Fox, Issa Rae, and Emma Chamberlain. She's earned a reputation for scouting new and emerging brands from across the globe and championing them to our audience of millions. While fashion is her main wheelhouse, Anna led the launch of WWW Travels last year, a new lifestyle vertical that highlights all things travel through a fashion-person lens. She is passionate about shopping vintage, whether it be at a favorite local outpost or an on-the-road discovery, and has amassed a wardrobe full of unique finds. When she's not writing, you can find her shooting street imagery on her film camera, attempting to learn a fourth or fifth language, or planning her next trip across the globe.