Spring Outfit Ideas: Favorite Pieces In My Closet Right Now!

Monday, April 1, 2019

Spring is finally here!!....well....kinda.  Now, that it is technically  spring, I am going all in with the spring outfits.  Shopping for the warmer weather gets me so excited, well shopping for any kind of clothes gets me excited, but you get the point.

I recently went to Target, TJ Maxx and Marshall's to check out some new spring items that came out and I was not disappointed.  Of course you do not have to go all out and buy all new clothes for the season, but buying a few new pieces to combine with clothing items you already own makes you feel like you have a whole new wardrobe and can get you really excited for the new season!

I have always thought dressing for spring was hard because its not warm enough to wear just a dress or shorts, but it's not cold enough for thick sweaters or coats.  But, I think I have finally figured out how to get around that, and that is what I am going to show you today.  

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This first spring outfit is one of my favvssss!  I got this adorable olive green midi dress with tortoise print buttons down the front from Marshall's recently and I am in LOVE with it!


I am really into the linen midi dress trend for this spring and summer and I can't wait to get more of these beauties!  I think midi dresses are perfect for spring because they cover most of your legs and still keep you warm if the weather isn't super warm!

I paired the dress with a cropped denim jacket from Abercrombie & Fitch and I think it makes the dress spring appropriate but still so cute with an added layer!  I also decided to throw on the trusty white (or used to be white anyway) Vans slip-ons because they bring in the casual vibe that the denim jacket gives.


Lastly, I paired this straw style purse I found at the thrift store awhile back and a cute scrunchie (I'm so happy they are back😍) to complete the look!  

Next up is a simple blue jean look.  Blue jeans are always in season so this one anyone can pull off!

I paired these amazing high waisted skinny jeans I got from H&M with the cutest flowy white shirt. These jeans were my perfect shade of denim so I just had to have them, and good news, they are only $20 and SO SO SO comfortable!


I got this adorable flowy white top with tortoise pattern buttons (are you seeing a pattern? lol!) going down the front from TJ Maxx a few weeks ago and it is a great basic without being too basic.  I decided to undo the bottom two buttons and tie it in the front to give a little more interest to this basic spring outfit.  

I paired this outfit with the same not so white Vans and a similar beachy style purse from the thrift store to add another neutral and some more appeal to the outfit.  If it were a colder day I would pair this outfit with a light jacket to complete the look!

This next outfit is another one of my favorites.  It is this cute rust/ orange colored sweater with tie accents on the sleeves paired with a denim skirt.


This sweater I got from Forever 21 is the perfect spring sweater because isn't super thick but it still keeps you warm, and its soooooo soft, seriously!  Any sweater like this is so cute tucked into a denim skirt and paired with, you guessed it, white Vans!  I just love those things, and they are absolutely a staple in my wardrobe!

This skirt is the most spring thing I have ever seen in a denim skirt, it is so perfect!  It has the cutest floral embroidered detailing next to the pockets and the colors are just so happy!  Not to mention that the orange in the flowers matches the sweater almost exactly so it was meant to be! I believe this skirt is from Forever 21 as well, but a couple of summers ago is when I got it.  A plain denim skirt would be just as cute too!

Finish off the look by tucking in the front of your sweater or tying a knot in the front and you're ready to go!

Another way to style a dress for spring is by popping a light sweater over the top to add some extra warmth like I have in this one.

I got this adorable multicolored striped maxi dress from Target, and its perfect, you can get it here!  You cannot see in the picture but it has little ruffled seam towards the bottom and I think it adds so much detail.

Lucky for you guys women's dresses at Target are starting at $15 right now! You can find cute dresses right here!

I decided to throw on this light white cropped sweater (no dad, the moths did not get to this one too😂) from TJ Maxx over the top and add my black handbag to complete this outfit.  I would pair any sandal or white sneaker with this look.  I love styling dresses because they are so simple but so cute!

Another variation of this would be this romper underneath a thin sweater much like this one.


I get these rompers from Forever 21, I have it in 3 colors, and they are so soft and comfy for spring and summer!  I put this AMAZING thin sweater from Target over the top to add some warmth and texture to the look.  I am so obsessed with this sweater and I don't think I will ever take it off because it is perfect!

This sweater may still be available online or in a store near you, so go check it out if you're looking for a new favorite sweater! If you spend $35 or more on select women's clothes you can receive free shipping from Target!

This sweater is longer so I decide to tie a cute knot in the front right at the waist of the romper.  I paired this look with the same white shoes and beachy bag as the previous outfits and that completes the look!

I had so much fun putting these outfits together and I cannot wait to start wearing them all....if Erie ever gets a little warmer.  I am so excited for spring and summer and I hope this got you a little more excited too!

If you guys have any other fashion posts you would like to see, leave a comment below so I can know what you're interested in!

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