There’s a strong possibility that some of the spring trends you’re reading about, seeing on bloggers or in magazines just happen to be hanging in your closet! And I’m here to call those suckers out for you. One of my goals with NWL is to be a resource to y’all for styling help and to help you shop as efficiently as you can! Take a look at this post to see what wardrobe staples I recommend adding to your wardrobe for spring. I’m also sharing some outfit inspo to spice up these wardrobe pieces to hit on some other trends that are big this spring.
You may be thinking this one is obvious, but I know that I have definitely run into thoughts that it’s still too early for white jeans this season. And I’m here to say – get to wearin’ those white jeans! Pair them with darker blouses or shoes to tone them down if you’re trying to avoid being too ‘summery’. Turn them into your new neutral for the season and treat them like a pair of your favorite black jeans in the winter. This pair is a very worthwhile investment because they’re very high quality, not too thin, durable, AND the fit is superb for a wide range of body types.
Blouse c/o of Luxe Apothetique Boutique in Austin, TX.
Whether it’s a baby blue to a blush pink, you’re bound to have a pastel dress hanging in your closet that you’ve forgotten about this season! These dresses can go from day to night so easily just by changing up your accessories. For a daytime look, throw on a cream cardigan or denim jacket with some slide on mules or tennies. And then pop on a pair of neutral espadrilles or nude pumps for the nighttime!
Dress c/o of Luxe Apothetique Boutique in Austin, TX.
MAJOR essential alert here for really any season. You seriously could NEVER go wrong with a denim jacket with most (if not all) outfits. Also, this outfit has a few other buried spring essentials. White button down: can never go wrong. Pointy toe pumps: can never go wrong. Don’t be afraid to whip out these pieces this season while you’re transitioning your wardrobe into full-on springtime mode.
Suede may seem like too heavy of a fabric for the spring, but it’s actually an essential for the “Spring Transitional” period! I’m currently on Spring Break in Dallas and the temps have been so low in the nights and mornings that a suede jacket has really been a great layer for warmth. Throw it over a floral dress or romper like I have on below to keep things on season!
Romper c/o of Luxe Apothetique Boutique in Austin, TX.