5 Easy Spring Outfits I'm Already Wearing on Repeat

Let’s be truthful, right now we could all do a little ‘spring’-spiration (that's spring inspiration) in our lives to get us past this elongated, and incredibly cold, winter weather. If, like me, you’ve been wistfully dreaming about blue skies & pastel palettes, you’re in luck because I’m about to walk you through five, reliably chic spring outfits.

Now I don’t know if it’s something to do with my everyday choice of monochrome, minimalist dressing but moving into this spring, I am all about bold colours, prints & pastels. Think Copenhagen girlies meets New York street style. That being said, there’s most certainly a time and a place for an all neutral look in my spring wardrobe. From versatile linen trousers to throw-on spring dresses, my edit has it covered. As for accessories, in my opinion the bolder the better this season. Think XL shoulder bags, timeless buckled sandals and lots of silver & gold jewellery. (Yep, that's right I mix metals and I'm not ashamed of it).

Spring is always my favourite time to experiment with new trends without totally losing vision of my signature polished style. That being said, if you're asking what I'll be wearing on the weekend come May, the answer would likely be a pair of trusty vintage Levi's, a cool graphic t-shirt with a shirt thrown over the top paired with some great sandals. These basics are what make up my go-to outfits of the season, and to help prepare (and excite you) for warmer days to come, I've curated my favourite spring outfits below. Scroll on to see and shop.


5 Spring Outfits: Emily wears a striped shirt with linen trousers and sandals,

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Style Notes: I'm all about linen trousers, every cool girl I've ever seen owns a pair. Being such a versatile wardrobe piece, you can style with a classic T-shirt and trainers or with a striped shirt and sandals for the ultimate chic French look like Emily's. It's a guaranteed put-together look every single time, you simply cannot go wrong.

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5 Spring Outfits: Laura wears a colourful knit jumper with a denim midi skirt.

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Style Notes: When it comes to colour, no one does it quite like Laura. We love how she's paired her bright colourblock knit jumper with a faded finish denim midi skirt. Mixing an item from your winter wardrobe with one from your summer closet will leave you with an impactful spring look that also injects low-key pops of colour.

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Style Notes: Hannah totally nails the 'off duty model' look in this cool Anine Bing t-shirt and some white wide-leg trousers. A great t-shirt is a perfect investment as you'll find yourself reaching for it again and again as the days start to get warmer, but you can also layer it under a shacket or knit in the winter.

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5 Spring Outfits: Chiara wears a maxi wrap dress with ballet flats and sunglasses.

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Style Notes: An effortless throw-on dress never fails, especially in Spring. I love how Chiara has paired this wrap silhouette perfectly with classic Chanel ballet flats, such a chic look.

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Style Notes: In my opinion, everybody needs a reliable Oxford shirt in their roster. Through all seasons, a shirt is the perfect way to dress up an outfit and make it seem really thought out and intentional. We love this slouchy 'I just stole this off my boyfriends floor' shirt, and the Prada loafers with the matching bag are an absolute dream. 

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This piece was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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