29 Stylish Pieces to Update Your Wardrobe for Spring
Today, I’m sharing 29 stylish pieces to update your wardrobe for spring.
I don’t know about you, but I am ready for a major mood refresh. And when I refresh my wardrobe, it instantly boosts my mood.
You don’t have to buy an entire new wardrobe, if that’s what you’re thinking. All you need to do is purchase some stylish and classically trendy neutral spring pieces for your wardrobe that will allow you to infinitely create chic, mood-boosting outfits. Because when you dress to impress yourself, you will be so much more productive and positive! Hurry up spring!
Here is your ultimate wardrobe checklist for spring 2022.
Faux Leather Flare Pants
Faux leather seems like it’s here to stay. Pick up a pair of faux leather flare pants to wear in lieu of your faux leather leggings! These pants also come in black, but I like this lighter color for spring. Keep it neutral on top with a black or white blouse.
Throughout winter, I wear a lot of darker-toned plaid shackets. But you can wear shackets in spring, also, as long as they are the right color! Cream goes with anything and looks light and fresh.
Speaking of fresh, you must have a fresh new loose button-down shirt in your wardrobe! I love layering them over camis and graphic tees in the spring! Carry the shirt into the summer but wearing it as a cover-up!
Tiered Midi Skirt
Nothing gives chic and Parisian vibes quite like an effortless tiered midi skirt! These are a spring wardrobe staple. Pair yours with an oversize blazer + graphic tee or a knotted button-down shirt and you’ll be a major style boss.
I love sneakers so much. If I could collect thousands of pairs, I would. Update your wardrobe for spring with a crisp white pair of sneakers or chunkier sneakers for a 90s feel.
These cuties will give you an excuse to start wearing sandals earlier in spring! How cozy and cute are they?! Give me any sandal thats chic and comfortable, and I drool! Pair them with a pair of high waisted 90s jeans and a plain white tee. Trés chic!
Can you ever have too many graphic pullovers? They make a fashion statement but make you feel like you never left your pajamas. And I usually don’t go for too much color, but when I do, I choose red. It’s a classic but still stands out.
It doesn’t get much easier than slipping into a pair of slides! You need a pair of trendy slides because you can dress them up or down and look cute in hurry! Plus, slide are easy to walk around in!
Been wearing dark sunnies all winter? Time to switch it up with a super light-hued pair of sunglasses! They make a fashion statement, for sure, and evoke retro vibes. Plus, they will compliment the spring colors in your wardrobe and not weigh down your outfit.
Going for a stroll on the boardwalk or doing some air travel? Grab a Longchamp backpack! This one is roomy enough to fit your necessities without looking too bulky. And I’m swooning over the tan cream color!
I have to admit, I just splurged on the Chloé tote below. To be fair, I had a gift card that covered half of the cost. But look how necessary it is- It’s not too big or small, and it has a crossbody strap!! I’m pretty sure I will use it during spring and summer forever!
Wide Leg Trousers
I’ve been seeing wide leg pants on retailers’ sites all over the internet. They create such a flattering silhouette, as long as they are high-waisted. Find them in all sorts of fabrics for all sorts of occasions!
Split Ankle Trousers
You know what I love about the split ankle style? Number one, it gives an updated version of a basic wardrobe staple. And number 2, they pair well with slide sandals or sneakers!
I enjoy the look of a plain baseball cap sans team logo. You get an effortless, sporty vibe without being too sporty. Plus, caps keep the sun out of your eyes and cover up a bad hair day!
Cropped Puffer Vest
Cropped vests make the perfect companion for high-waisted, wide leg trousers or high-waisted 90s jeans. Plus, they keep you warm on chilly spring mornings. I love this color block vest from H&M!
Detailed Casual Chic Dress
Everyone needs a fresh, new dress for spring! I’ve been loving all the detailed babydoll styles, ruffles, and puff sleeves I’ve been seeing! Wear leggings or tights underneath on chillier days.
Shirt dresses are gorgeous. Wear them belted or not, and for date night or work. They are super fun to accessorize and dress up or down. Plus, they are universally flattering.
I haven’t worn skinny jeans in over a year, and I am not sorry about it. I always felt that pairing shoes with them was a nightmare. Do yourself a favor and invest in a pair of 90s style high-waisted jeans. The waist sits at the smallest part of your torso, so the style is very flattering, and you can wear pretty much any shoes you want with them. And they look effortless and minimalistic, which is a major plus to me.
Knit Midi Dress
I have a dress that is extremely similar to the one below, and I can’t imagine not having it. You can wear it by itself or:
- Throw a shacket over it.
- Pop a graphic pullover on top.
- Knot button-down shirt over the dress.
- Put a tee under the dress.
- Pair it with booties, wedges, sandals, or sneakers.
Have I sold you yet? Knit midi dresses are the perfect canvas for major outfit style.
Half-zips are great for spring because you can unzip them halfway if you’re too warm! Swooning over the neutral color blocking here.
Your need for a neutral knit cardigan is kind of self-explanatory. They are great for layering! I have the longer one below. It’s reeeeeally soft.
Puff Sleeve Top
Spring calls for sweet and feminine styles! Around springtime, I always see a surge of puff sleeve tops on retailers’ sites! I think this is because people wear less layers in spring and can show off more details.
Stretch Waist Joggers
Who doesn’t like to be comfortable but look dressed up on date night? How cute would these joggers look with one of the puff sleeve tops above?!
Lace Detail Top
Lace is always something to stock up on when the weather turns warmer and is an easy way to update your wardrobe for spring. I love the idea of lace details in a light sweater. This one comes on 5 other colors!
Color Block Loose Tee
When you want to be basic, but not too basic, color-blocking is the way to go. The asymmetrical color-blocking on this top elevates it even more. Pair the top with 90s jeans or faux leather pants + sneakers or slides.
Blazers function as shackets but are a a little dressier. You need a light-colored blazer to update your wardrobe for spring. Relaxed blazers go with almost any bottoms!
Faux Leather Pull-On Shorts
Can we just take a minute to honor the elastic waist trend?! How cute would these faux leather shorts look with a graphic pullover and sneakers. I am just loving them!
Neutral Knit Sweater
Casual errands day? Simply throw a neutral sweater on with 90s jeans, a pair of slides, and a basic ball cap.
Pastel Knotted Headband
Nothing quite says spring like a pastel accessory! I’m a huge fan of wearing headbands, because they really do complete some outfits. And they make you look like you put some effort into doing your hair (when you really didn’t)!
Final Thoughts on Pieces to Update Your Wardrobe for Spring
To refresh and update your wardrobe for spring, stick to neutral, elevated basics. This will almost give you a spring capsule wardrobe. If you invest in these 29 pieces, you will always have something to wear this spring, and you’ll feel cute and in a good mood 🙂