7 Ways to Turn Spring's Biggest Trends Into Comfortable Outfits



Post-lockdown outfits may be on everyone's minds right now (believe us, we're equally excited), but if there's one thing a year of quarantine taught us, it's that comfort reigns supreme. We're still eager to try out less wfh-friendly trends like revenge heels and fancy tops, but that doesn't mean being comfortable is overrated. If you're still trying to figure out what to do with all of those sneakers and athleisure pieces you've accumulated over the months, let us help you out.   

Since we're slowly getting back to in-person catchups, lunch dates, and chill weekend picnics, you may have the urge to change out of the full sweatsuit from time to time, and step it up sartorially. The good news–you don't have to sacrifice comfort to do so.  We selected seven of the biggest spring trends and turned them into easy, low-key outfits to wear whether you're in the comfort of your home, out at a casual meetup, and everything in between. Keep scrolling to shop them all. 

Trend #1: Jazz Pants

Jazz Pants + Leather Blazer + Crop Top + Dad Sneakers

Trend #2: Bubblegum Pink 

Sweatpants + Oversized Tee + Shoulder Bag + Shearling Slides + Anklet

Trend #3: Unitards

Trenchcoat + Unitard + Net Tote + Heeled Thong Sandals

Trend #4: Platform Flip Flops

Shirt Dress + Leather Platform Flip Flops + Mini Bucket Bag + Chunky Hoops

Trend #5: Cut Outs

Cut Out Bodysuit + Cargo Pants + Hi Top Sneakers + Geometric Bag

Trend #6: Baggy Jeans

Floral Top + Baggy Jeans + Crew Socks + Loafers

Trend #7: Corsets

Corset Top + Tracksuit + Gold Necklace + Classic White Sneakers