While we love rounding up trends here at Who What Wear, I agree that it becomes a tad bit overwhelming decided on where to start in curating your ideal spring wardrobe. While I love talking (and obsessing) over trendy items, it’s the more versatile pieces that end up actually making their way into my wardrobe. I’m not here to say following trends is bad, I’m a fashion-editor after all, but I do think in increasing my efforts in conscious shopping, I’m centering my wardrobe on a set of pieces rather than trying to get my hands on everything new.
If you’re also wondering where to even start with this season, then you’ve come to the right place. I rounded up seven pieces that’ll help you create easy outfits this spring, along with shopping options all available at our Who What Wear line for under $60. I even included street-style shots that’ll give you some inspiration to keep your outfit game strong from here on out.
Sorry to those on the skinny jeans side of the Millenial vs. Gen Z argument, but I’m going to have to side with the younger generation on this one. Relaxed denim is just more comfortable and make for the perfect spring outfit.
Blouses are airy, breathable, and are easy to mix and match with outfits. Pair them with jeans, a skirt, loose trousers—anything goes.
It may be 2021, but we’re not letting go of our loungewear anytime soon. Comfort is still a huge priority right now and matching sets are the easiest way to feel good while also looking put together.
I know this one seems obvious, but it had to be added to the mix. A breezy dress is something I like to call a “one-stop outfit”, because there really is minimal effort needed when wearing one.
Relaxed trousers may have started off as a trend but I’m pretty sure these can now be considered a closet staple. They’re a little more elevated than jeans but can be equally as versatile.
While I usually opt for neutral-colored masks, something about a matching mask makes me feel so much more together than I actually am.
I love investing in a few statement tops because they create an attention-grabbing focal point within an outfit so the rest of the ensemble can be simple and easily put together.