Although we are still covered with puffer jackets, we’re thinking about what we’re going to wear next season. We already talked about the Spring/Summer 2023 trends that emerged from the most relevant Fashion Weeks, but what are the street style looks we’ll want to wear this spring? According to our favourite Instagrammers, here are the six best spring looks to wear this year.
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1- Pink is in the corner
Spring is just around the corner, and so is the Barbie movie with Margot Robbie. So, our first look at what to wear when spring arrives is a cotton pleated skirt and a pink cropped jacket. This look has a retro tennis-playing uniform feel to it. The two-tone sneaker finishes the style perfectly.
2- The days will be leggings
In the realm of comfortable outfits, we want to replace the fluffy tracksuit with cool leggings this spring. And not just for working from home, but also for going out and about. We love the way Maria Serra mixes striped prints and wears a shirt and leggings with oxford shoes.
3- The sky will be blue jeans
Tanja Seidl, the designer behind the TT Stories brand, creates classic and seasonless clothing. This denim dress can be worn from early spring, when it’s still a little chilly, through to summer. Start wearing it with knee-length boots and finish the hot season with sandals.
4- Spring begins with stripes
Spring’s number one uniform is the striped pullover. Even though we’ve worn it extensively this winter, stripes are all about chilly days on the beach. Channel your Coco Chanel out, grab your bike, and let’s enjoy the upcoming new season. Read more about the Breton sweater here.
5- Trenchcoat Brigade
As much as fashion creates new trends every season, the trenchcoat remains forever a must-have in our wardrobe. Spring is a tricky time, it’s still cold and rainy but we want to feel lighter in our clothes. So, wear your trenchcoat over dresses, skirts and trousers; the more worn-in look the better.
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