7 Simple Spring Trends I'm Buying From Shopbop Right Now


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If you have yet to take advantage of one of Shopbop's massive sales, the time is now. It's during these discounted seasonal promotions that you'll be able to purchase some of your favorite trends and designers without paying full price (at least that's what I'm planning on doing). Shopbop's Spring Event has already started and goes now through March 8. The beloved retailer is offering up to 25% off with the code SPRING. You'll get 15% off orders of $200 or more, 20% off orders of $500 or more, and 25% off orders of $800 or more (full-priced items only).

Today, I wanted to focus on spring trends, but simple ones. I'm talking about styles that will integrate themselves seamlessly into my pre-existing wardrobe. Think long shorts, baggy jeans, and basic (but cute) '90s tanks. Ready to start shopping with me?

Light Leather Layers

Light leather layers are definitely the most stylish trend in the bunch, but simple nonetheless. Layer them over or pair them with some of your go-to basics and watch your springtime look transform from simple to cool in seconds.

'90s Tanks

If you live in tank tops and jeans, this very subtle update to the classic white racerback will make you feel like a whole new woman this spring. The '90s have once again infiltrated their way into the spring 2020 season and we're adopting the new spins on these classic tanks. From cropped and ribbed styles to asymmetric strapping, this quite literally is the simplest spring trend you could buy into. 

Shoulder Bags

Speaking of the '90s, shoulder bags have continued to make a name for themselves in this nostalgic space. Find one that suits you and let it be your go-to bag all season long. 

Baggy Jeans

By now, you probably own every denim style imaginable from straight-leg to skinny, so if you're looking to add something a little fresh to your jean collection, we suggest the baggy jean trend. It is comfortable, current, and will pair perfectly with all of those '90s tanks we hope you just added to your cart.

Sherbet Hues

The spring 2020 pastel replacement is sherbet—rainbow sherbet! But if you think back to your childhood, you'll remember that rainbow sherbet was pretty much dominated by the pink and orange hues. After you see the five products below, so will your closet. 

Toe-Tied Sandals

This trend isn't anything crazy new, but if you're looking for a cool shoefie (shoe selfie) moment, these toe-tied sandals are your best bet. They are simple enough to go with everything but cool enough to enhance your overall look. A win-win in our book.

Long Shorts

Long shorts are arguably my favorite spring trend of the bunch. I think they are so easy to wear and can be dressed up and down with ease. Buy yourself a pair. You'll see! 

Editorial Director

Lauren Eggertsen is currently the editorial director of Who What Wear and has worked at the company for over eight years, where she started as an associate editor and has since worked her way up. Lauren has over 10 years of experience in the fashion editorial space, starting her career with internships at Marc Jacobs, Marie Claire, and The Zoe Report, where she was later hired as their editorial assistant. Lauren has worked in the Los Angeles and New York Who What Wear offices but currently calls L.A. home. It is here where she leads and manages Who What Wear's fashion team and oversees all day-to-day editorial content and large tentpole moments. This includes all of the runway, trend, and shopping-driven content that ultimately helps to build a strong brand reputation within the industry. Lauren's role also includes helping to set the fashion direction for all original photo shoots and often styles many of the celebrity cover shoots, including big names like Kaia Gerber, Normani, and Kristen Stewart.

She has also attended multiple fashion weeks, including New York, London, Milan, and Paris, where her personal style has been featured on sites such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, and Elle. She prides herself on discovering and supporting small brands and on her knack for a good vintage shopping find. When she isn't working, she enjoys researching and dining at reputable restaurants around both her neighborhood and the globe.