Welcome to The Great Try-On. With spring officially in full swing, it's time to ready your wardrobe, and we're here to provide a little shopping inspiration. We got to try on some of the best spring pieces from some of your favorite brands and documented it all from our at-home dressing rooms so that you can see how they actually look IRL. We hope that our photos and candid reviews will help you shop for spring wardrobe builders that you'll wear over and over this season and beyond.
I work very closely on Who What Wear Collection as the brand's creative director, so when I heard our Great Try-On feature was back, I knew it was a great chance to showcase what we've got cooking for spring. With Who What Wear Collection, we aim to create wearable pieces that will make you feel stylish and that are high-quality enough to stay in your wardrobe for years to come. That said, there are certainly some extra-special standouts in every collection that completely hit on the "this looks expensive" vibe. You know, those items that make you double-check the price because you might have paid a lot more. That's what we're going for, and out of everything in our latest drop, I think these do that the most. Scroll on to check out my picks, read my reviews, and see how they look on a non-model person. (I'm 5'4" for reference.) Let's go!
Who What Wear Collection Haley Bodysuit
My review: I'm not normally a bodysuit person, but I couldn't resist the super-cool neckline. Corsets are very on-trend, and I love that I can get the look while still being super comfortable. The fabric is thick and stretchy and holds you in. In a word, it feels expensive. I'm wearing a size small and would size down to an XS for a slimmer fit.
Who What Wear Collection Millie Sweater and Grace Pants
My review: I didn't want to take this set off after I put it on! One of our editors said she won't travel in anything else, and I get it. It's beyond comfy, yet it's still somehow polished. The only tricky part is deciding between black and camel!
Who What Wear Collection Fox Dress
My review: The Fox dress is made of the same stretchy, thick material as the bodysuit above, so it's no wonder I felt super comfortable going braless in this little number. I swear this dress has decent support, at least for smaller-chested people like myself! The twisted keyhole adds the perfect dose of visual interest, and I like how the skirt flares out a bit, so it's a bit forgiving.
My review: I think V-neck sweaters are probably the most flattering style, but this one takes it to another level. Dare I say… Is this a sexy sweater? It's about as low-cut as possible while still being bra friendly. I love how it has a little slouch to it, and the gray-meets-sage-green color is perfect for us neutral-loving people.
Who What Wear Collection Kia Dress
My review: With the ruching on the side and the wave pattern, I love how this dress highlights my curves. Also, olive is one of those colors that make you feel like you're not wearing a boring neutral but is basically as easy to wear as black, white, or tan. Lastly, it comes with a removable olive slip dress for extra coverage—a detail usually only found on premium dresses!
Who What Wear Collection Jules Cardigan and Colette Skirt
My review: I'm not normally a body-con girl, but there's something about this set that is a complete "yes." I love the shell-inspired buttons, the soft gray, and the fact that it's sexy but not over-the-top. Did I mention it's super, duper soft?
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