Spring is a great time to update your wardrobe and add apparel pieces to suit the season. Start fresh by packing away your winter clothing, which not only gets you in a springtime state of mind but also makes room for new items. You may want to keep out a few winter pieces, such as sweaters for wearing on chilly spring mornings.
There are all kinds of fashionable tops to consider for your spring wardrobe. First, reflect on your fashion needs. For the office, look for lightweight blouses in materials like cotton and polyester. A silk blouse is also work-appropriate and can be worn on its own or with a blazer. When it comes to choosing a color, start with the basics. A women’s white blouse is a must-have because you can wear it with any color. From there, you can branch out into other colors, such as soft blush pink and bold peacock blue.
There are lots of casual tops you might also want for spring. A short-sleeve knit top is a versatile apparel piece that looks great with slacks or jeans. Consider a T-shirt crafted from super-soft Supima cotton for comfort and casual style. There are V-neck tops for a flattering effect and those with a classic crew neck for when you want a modest look that’s still stylish.
Another short-sleeve top you’ll want in your closet is the polo shirt. Women’s polo shirts are great for busy days when you want to look good and stay cool. There are short- and long-sleeve polos in moisture-wicking fabrics such as breathable mesh. These collared shirts come in classic and feminine fit styles to suit your preference. When it comes to color, polos can be found in basic neutrals and vibrant brights. For a bold, ’80s-inspired look, pair a women’s red polo shirt with high-rise jeans.
You might also want long-sleeve tops for spring. You can wear them as is or layer them under a vest for days when extra warmth is needed. Look for long-sleeve tops that have a hint of stretch for optimum comfort. Both short- and long-sleeve tunic tops are another spring fashion staple that you can wear with all kinds of bottoms, including leggings, jeans, and skirts.
Speaking of skirts, there are lots of fashion-forward options to consider this season. The knee-length skirt is a classic piece you can wear anywhere. It looks great with everything from button-up shirts to pullover tops. Wear it with a fitted tee and calf-high boots for a look that’s appropriate for casual weekends or even a night out. Midi skirts are also on-trend this spring. Pair one with ankle boots and a long tunic for a flowing look that’s great for work or play.
When it comes to fabrics, you’ll find everything from lightweight jersey knit to durable denim. A cotton-blend khaki skirt is another option to consider. Khaki is dressy enough for work and casual enough to wear for an evening out or when you’re running errands on the weekends. You can wear it with most colors, including classic neutrals like black and white.
Spring dresses come in many of the same materials, colors, and prints as skirts. You can wear a short-sleeve or sleeveless maxi dress with a cardigan and ankle boots for effortless style that can go from day til night. There are fit-and-flare dresses that are a great option for date night — top one with a cropped denim jacket for a cute spring look.
When it comes to bottoms, every style of jeans can be worn in the spring — the key is knowing how to wear them. For example, if you love the stretchy look and feel of skinny jeans, balance the look with a loose-fitting tunic top. For classic spring style, pair your favorite boot-cut jeans with a fitted tee and ankle boots.
Capri pants are also great for spring, especially on casual days when comfort is the priority. This pant style looks cute with canvas sneakers or even a pair of wedge sandals, weather permitting. You can wear capri pants with a short-sleeve knit top, or even with your favorite tank if it’s warm enough. Capris also look great with button-up tops and tunics.
Even if it’s a warm spring, you’ll want a few sweaters in your closet for cool days. Sweaters are also great for creating a layered look, which is always in style. Wear a cardigan over a knit top for a casual yet on-trend outfit or wear a sweater over a button-up shirt for a preppy look. Short-sleeve sweaters can be worn on their own with slacks or jeans for a look that toes the line between casual and dressy.
A pair of mid-calf boots can be worn in the spring season with leggings, jeggings, or women’s jeans. You may also want to pick up some new sneakers for pairing with your workout clothes or other casual outfits. If you’re looking for spring shoes that can go from day until night, opt for a pair of classic pumps with a low to medium heel height.
You don’t have to overhaul your wardrobe to get ready for spring. Simply by adding a few key pieces, you can work with what you already own to create new outfits for the season.