My Favorite Spring Outfits Will Be Composed of These Simple Items

After taking a quick inventory of my style choices recently, I realized that my best outfits are always my simplest. Why? I'm most confident when I'm in something minimal, timeless, and wearable. This spring, I'm all about harnessing this energy, which means I'm focusing on neutral color palettes, easy silhouettes, and classic pieces, like an oversize button-up or an eggshell-hued ribbed cardigan. 

As for outfit inspo? Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy and '90s Helmut Lang are perennial favorites. Hey, even Coco Chanel said, "Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance." So heed her advice, and check out my 29 chic picks below.  

Try out the leather-pant trend with this perfect pair. 

The silhouette on this dress is hard to beat. 

Dark denim is making a comeback, and I'm partial to this pair. 

The perfect errand shoes to bop around in. 

Pair this with jeans to dress it down or a pair of suit pants to dress it up. 

Living for the wide sleeves on this crew-neck.

If you could only pack one thing for your next sunny vacation, it should be this dress.  

A striped T-shirt is the epitome of classic style. 

I will definitely be purchasing a pair of these. 

Linen pants with an oversize Oxford are one of my favorite springtime looks. 

The clean lines on this jacket are everything. 

A good alternative to your standard black blazer. 

There's just something about a knit skirt that feels so chic. 

The gold buckle on this belt gives it a nice flair. 

Neutral colors are key when it comes to minimal style. 

Nothing says simple and elegant like a pair of polished loafers. 

The chocolate brown of this shacket is very '90s. 

I can't stress enough how important an oversize button-up is to your wardrobe. 

I love how they kept the distressing of these jeans to just the knees. 

Raffia is my go-to material for spring accessories. 

I can't resist a slightly oversize cardigan.