There Are So Many Beautiful Spring Items at Revolve Right Now—These 35 Are Best

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It's no surprise that Revolve is full of the cutest spring styles. The site is one of the biggest online fashion retailers for the latest trends in the industry and a fave here at Who What Wear. From luxury designers to more affordable brands, Revolve sells everything you want and need. With such a vast array of highly covetable products, it's easy to get lost in pages upon pages of clothes and end up with way too many items in your shopping cart. We've been there, and we get it. We want everything too. Lucky for you, it's part of our job description to sort through and find the fabulous must-have items for spring. You can thank us later. 

This spring, we're seeing the return of the miniskirt, a wave of exciting, vibrant colors, and every kind of cutout imaginable. And of course, Revolve has it all. From wide-leg trousers that pair with a fitted corset and thong sandals to straight-leg, light-wash jeans that go with printed cowboy boots and a silky, backless blouse, the perfect spring outfit is ready and waiting for you. Below, you can find the 35 best spring items on Revolve that caught our eye. Be sure to shop right away. These styles will sell out fast. 

Yes, you should absolutely raise your miniskirt to a miniskort.

Becaue pretty, easy dresses will always get a lot of wear.

These might be the best jeans money can buy, and one reviewer definitely agrees: "Searched high and low for the perfect loose-fitting jeans, and these are EVERYTHING I hoped they would be!"

Your next go-to sunnies must be tortoiseshell oval frames. 

We're ready for the summer of the chic vest.

Every wardrobe should have a pair of classic black jeans.

Go full trend and wear this cool geometric print with a miniskirt. 

Cowboy boots add that extra edge to any outfit, from jeans and a tee to the miniskirts we won't stop gushing about. 

Olive is the perfect "neutral but actually a color" type of color.

These light-wash jeans will be your go-to pair for warm weather. 

Love the inverted seams on this long-sleeve white tee. 

Fun and flirty, this satin pink minidress from fashion-set fave Danielle Guizio is fabulous and unique. 

Elevate your pant game with these light-blue wide-leg trousers. 

Chucks are back, and we love this neutral tone. 

A dreamy silk cowl-drape halter top. That's it; that's the caption.

The two-button waist detail on these white, ultra-wide-leg pants screams glamour. 

This pleated beige bra top is full on romance. Complete the look with the following skirt. 

Slender hip-grazing cutouts lead into a ruched front on this creamy midi skirt. The waist straps add an unexpected, flattering twist. 

A little diamond detail and a lot of back. Stun in this silky top with your favorite jeans and cowboy boots.

Fashion people love these crisscross jeans, and so do we. 

A chain belt is a must this season. Try it over a miniskirt for a little extra oomph. 

Don't underestimate the power of a statement blazer. The light coral lines on this green check pattern really make it pop. 

This halter knit dress is both a casual daytime piece (with flat sandals) and an elegant night look (dressed up with strappy heels). 

The mint-and-lavender toile on this corset is everything. 

We're here for the lime-green moment, especially on these thong sandals. 

Your next go-to for a night out can be this strappy, cutout LBD. 

Picture this: you basking in the sweet spring sunshine, living your best life in this pretty pink gingham midi dress. 

The ribbed jersey fabric is soft and comfy. These pants are like sweatpants that you can go out in. 

Add a mini statement bag to your spring wardrobe with this scrunchy number. 

We're so on board with the miniskirt mania this spring, and this faux-leather forest-green piece is super cool. 

You can and will wear these platform sandals with everything come spring. 

This beautiful burnt-orange bandana print is sure to turn heads. Go for the complete Western look with cowboy boots, or class it up with platforms.