8 Statement Pieces You'll Want to Wear This Spring

Spring officially begins on March 20, which means now is the time to refresh your wardrobe with some statement pieces for the new season ahead. To inspire our purchases, we looked to the major trends that reigned supreme on the runways. This season is all about feel-good pieces—think sequins, feathers, pretty pastels, prints, patterns, and bold and bright colors. We understand how pricey it can be to deck yourself out in a whole new wardrobe, so instead we’ve rounded up the must-have key pieces that can be easily integrated into your current wardrobe, but still exclaim "spring has sprung!"

This looks so good with light-wash denim or white pants.

Available in sizes XS to L.

Lilac is the It color of spring.

Available in sizes 00 to 12.

Update your purse to a fresh pastel green hue.

Gucci's latest iteration on the belt bag is ultra-chic.

The perfect transitional topper.

Available in sizes 34 to 40.

Just add high-waisted blue jeans for your easiest spring ensemble.

Available in sizes XS to L.

If you're looking for a subtler way to wear bright colors, go for statement sandals.

Available in sizes 4.5 to 11.5.

If you're going to do a logo, make it Gucci.

Take on the trend with a vintage Fendi monogram bag or strap.

Vintage floral prints for the spring win.

Available in sizes X to 4X.

Polka dots are sticking around this season and the next.

Available in sizes DK34 to DK42.

The fashion world is definitively mad for plaid.

Available in sizes 2 to 16.

Puff sleeves plus oversize buttons make for a really stylish blouse.

Available in sizes UK6 to UK12.

From desk to drinks in style.

Available in sizes S to L.

The statement buttons add a chic touch to this nude pink pencil skirt.

Available in sizes 0 to 14.

This can easily be dressed up on down.

Available in sizes X to 4X.

Just add sneakers and tee during the day and these transparent sandals at night.

We're officially in the mood for some spring shopping! For more spring trends, check out our roundup here.