6 Spring Outfit Ideas with Boots

So here’s your dilemma. You’re ready to wear spring clothes, but your feet are cold! You decide to brave the elements anyway and put on your favorite new wedges, and you’re miserable the entire dinner date, show, happy hour…whatever it is you’re doing on that spring day. When your feet are cold, YOU are cold.

But you don’t have to dress like winter because the weather is too cold for open-toed shoes! I’m giving you 6 cute spring outfit ideas, and you can wear all of these outfits with your beloved tall boots! Problem-solved!

Spring Outfit #1: Long-Sleeved V-Neck Floral Dress

The nice thing about floral dresses (especially when they have longer sleeves) is that you can wear them in spring, summer, and fall! They are perfect for layering (or not). These brown boots give my surplice dress a boho/edgy vibe.

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Spring Outfit #2: Mom Shorts, Leggings, and a Long Cardigan

You can customize this outfit based on the temperature outside: Remove the cardigan, or remove the leggings. If you remove both, you will be left with a summer outfit. HA!

Definitely try to match the cardigan’s length to the bottom of your shorts to really make the outfit flow. Otherwise it could look chopped up and confusing!

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Spring Outfit #3: Distressed Jeans and Loose White Blouse

I looove wearing medium wash jeans in the spring! This destructed pair is my current fave, and they are only $27.99!

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I’ve had this flowy blouse for a couple of years, and it is just so versatile! White and denim scream fresh and spring to me! Wear this look during the day to a spring art festival, lunch date, concert…

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Spring Outfit #4: Blush Pink Moto Jacket, Graphic Tee, Denim Mini Skirt

Of course this look would work with a moto jacket of any hue, but blush pink just screams spring! I bought this Ted Baker biker jacket during one of Nordstrom’s big sales, but I have linked some cute affordable options below!

And HUUUUUGE Friends fan here. I can come up with a Friends reference for almost any occurrence. It just makes everything that much more exciting. So yes, I am wearing a Friends graphic tee!

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Spring Outfit #5: Brightly-Striped Cropped Sweater and Grey Skinny Jeans

I mean, who isn’t yearning for some bright and happy colors after a month of intermittent snow days. And because this sweater is under $40, it’s necessary.

The grey skinny jeans (sooo buttery and soft) really balance out the brightness! However, light- or dark-wash denim would also look stylish, too.

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Spring Outfit Idea #6: T-Shirt Dress and Chunky Cardigan

This has got to be one of my favorite looks of the 6. The ease and versatility of the t-shirt dress and the handiness of the chunky cardigan are totally on my side. Forever. And in many seasons. I bought this t-shirt dress from Amazon last summer, and it was some of the best money I have ever spent. It comes in countless colors, and so do some of the chunky cardigans I’ve linked below!

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Enjoy wearing this look (with the cardigan) in spring and fall (and even winter if you layer jeans or leggings under the dress!)!

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So what do you think? Will you continue to wear your boots well into spring? I hope you enjoyed these spring outfit ideas!

Stay stylish and comfy!

24 thoughts on “6 Spring Outfit Ideas with Boots

  1. These are all such cute outfits! I LOVE the dress!! Now, we just need some Spring weather here in Maine!!

    1. Thank you! I’m in Pennsylvania and it’s awful here, so I cannot imagine what you’re going through! Wear the dress and layer on the cardigans and jackets!!

  2. This is amazing ! You look so fabulous. The outfits have put me so much in the mood for spring dress up.

  3. I enjoy getting new ideas for spring. Your outfits are so perfect. So much variety. I’m really into jackets and light pink so the pink jacket is my favorite. But they all are adorable.

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