Spring 2020 must be the lucky season because one of my favorite brands, Elizabeth and James, is now exclusively at Kohl's and all of the pieces are under $100. I know: It sounds too good to be true, but I swear I'm not lying. The line has always been a go-to for classic cool-girl pieces, and this new collection is no different. There are printed dresses and tons of items with pops of color; things my neutral wardrobe desperately needs. And based on the images filling my Instagram feed, I'm not the only one excited about wearing everything. Keep scrolling to see how the fashion set is styling the collection and shop the most-wanted items below.
Printed dresses are the perfect way to transition into spring, so why make the change in a navy one? I'm taking notes from Janelle Lloyd, who styled hers with a Western-inspired belt and pair of ankle boots. Is the weather warming up where you are? This dress can easily be styled with a pair of strappy sandals, too.
When I said the collection had great pops of color, this is what I meant. Yellow is one of the biggest colors of the season, so why not go all out? Lola Omonaija is already wearing both the moto jacket and floral top in yellow hues for spring, and we love the way she styles them with these black leggings from the collection. I'm saving this look for my next date night!
I've never been one to say no to a tunic, especially when it's as classic as this one. You can style it over a pair of jeans or wear it as a dress as Maxey Greene did with a pair of high-top sneakers. Add some gold jewelry and a mock-croc bag and you have the perfect Saturday-brunch outfit.
If you can't tell, this tunic is a hit with fashion girls, and luckily for me, it does come in black. Coco Bassey also styled hers with high-top sneakers but added the moto jacket in black. This effortless look feels polished and can easily be taken from day to night.
And since Elizabeth and James is known for its staple wardrobe pieces, it comes as no surprise that its striped tank is a hit as well. Neha Rao kept her color palette simple, sticking to classic black and white that will never go out of style.