Fashion Influencers From Around the World Show Us What They're Buying for Spring

What’s on your spring wish list? Here at Who What Wear, we’re obsessed with sharing our new finds with you—from the biggest spring trends straight off the runway to affordable new-season accessories and cool looks inspired by our favorite celebrities—in the hope these will inform and inspire your next spring purchases. Today, we’re tapping into our favorite fashion muses from around the world to see what they’re currently coveting for the warm season ahead. From Madrid to Bogota, these chic fashion influencers are sharing some of the items on the top of their wish lists and divulging a few of their favorite brands (that you may have never heard of.) If you're looking for a little inspiration on what to buy for spring this season, scroll below for the coolest picks from around the globe.

Los Angeles

"I love this piece for the spring season; it's such a fresh update to an army jacket and the optional ties at the sleeve are a cool added detail. I personally wear the front-tied and belted; it creates a beautiful cinched-in shape." — Anine Bing

"These flats are my current go-to for spring. I'm moving throughout my days at full speed, whether it's running around with the kids or jumping from meeting to meeting in the design studio. I'm a boot girl all the way, but this is such an amazing alternative to a boot for a chic, classic look." — Anine Bing

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Banana split 🍌🍨

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"I'm so glad that the tie-dye trend is still going strong this spring! Love this Ganni jacket." — Jen Wonders


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Working girl 💁🏼‍♀️

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"I actually just got these two pieces to wear for early spring days, possibly together. I love the color of the cardigan, which I plan on wearing over a simple white tank top and high-waisted jeans." — Sabina Socol

New York

"I will be buying this dress. It’s so versatile. I will be wearing it with blazers and light cardigans. It’s just perfect!" — TyLynn Nguyen 


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Think lilac 💜

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"One of the must have items for spring is a trench coat. I like this OCHI faux leather coat because I’m a big fan of the leather look, and this Corn Yellow shade is perfect for spring. This trench coat will give you an effortless, powerful look." — Pornwika Spiecker


"This is one of the bags that has all musts of the season: green (which is used a lot these days), salmon-coral (Pantone color of the year), feathers (very on trend) and satin." — Maria Bernad


"I love big bags—it makes your whole aesthetic so much more relaxed. This updated classic version of a beach bag is beyond beautiful! Can't make up my mind regarding color though!" — Jeanette Madsen

"It's the perfect Y2K recreation and is sustainable—enough said." — Lotta Lavanti


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"The perfect transitional pair of shoes for spring: black mid-heeled mules from ATP Atelier—simple and timeless." — Débora Rosa

"A fresh take on the classic oversize suit in the perfect kind of blue." — Débora Rosa


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🌞 (@zara - gift)

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"I'm obsessed with everything from the Dries Van Noten S/S 19 collection. All the sports references are great for a more laid-back summer vibe, and I can't wait to get my hands on the black jumpsuit—worn with a T-shirt under and my 'dad' sandals for day and on its own with Perspex heels at night." — Monikh Dale


"I have always loved tie-dye print, and this Prada bag is on top of my wish list right now. The colors are super cool and go with every summer outfit." — Annabel Rosendahl

"This spring I'm actually buying a new bag. I'm a big fan of the brand Boyy, so I'll probably go for this multicolored one. Five years ago, I would have played it safe with a brown or black bag, but this colorful one is so much more fun." — Nnenna Eche 

"I was so sad to have missed them last season. They run out of my size in a flash but they are officially back—and I want one in every color!"—Janka Polliani

"I prefer to wear clothes in natural materials that are made to last, as well as good vintage pieces. This spring you'll find me in a simple cream kaftan coat." — Celine Aagaard

"The Row is always on my mind!" — Celine Aagaard


"This Colombian swimwear brand is my go-to for almost every vacation. It has has the best fit and cute prints." — Kelly Talamas

“Chic, effortless dresses like this one are my favorites for spring. I love that it can be worn in a variety of settings, from brunch in the city to a weekend at the beach." — Kelly Talamas

Puerto Rico

"A pair of white sneakers is a staple in my closet, especially for spring. I've had my eye on these Veja ones for a long time, and I think it's time to purchase them. Also, their sleek design makes them office-appropriate, which is a huge plus for me." — Andrea Devoto

"I'm carefully jumping into the bucket hat bandwagon with this floppy one from Mango, which I find more fitting to my style than the others I've seen. I can't wait to wear it with my maxi dresses and low heeled sandals to stroll around my neighborhood." — Andrea Devoto


"As I am Hungarian, I'm very proud of Hungarian designer brand, Nanushka. I know and have loved the brand from the very beginning. It's so good to see that the biggest fashion icons and It girls such as Aimee Song, Gigi Hadid, and Dua Lipa are also huge fans of the brand. This summer I'm channeling the ’80s—these bright color jeans, which can be dressed up with the Nanushka satin Salome Blouse, are the perfect look." — Beatrix Badics


"Currently I am opting for as many blazers as possible! It's the most versatile item for the spring season—especially in Italy, where it is still chilly and windy. They are also long-lasting pieces and give your look an elegant aesthetic." — Elena Monova

"I'm currently obsessed with boilersuits. This one fits so nicely and is a timesaver since it doesn't require any mix and matching." — Elena Monova

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