45 lovely pieces from street fashion we should buy this season Eyes wide open.

Outfit ideasTrendsMarch 02, 2021

I’m sure you’re looking forward to next season as much as we are. You’ll be happy to know that we went through all the high-street fashion shops to select the most wearable pieces to update your spring wardrobe. Inspired by the comfortable and stylish trends from the latest fashion weeks, we hand-picked easy-to-wear clothes that you can wear throughout spring and next autumn and winter too.

So here are 45 wearable pieces from street fashion that will uplift your spirit and refresh your spring wardrobe.

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From the street fashion label COS, we selected classic pieces with a twist. These spring staples are perfect for women who are going back to the office. White shirts with cut-outs or asymmetrical silhouettes, caftans and long tunics that look sophisticated over trousers, and long Bermuda shorts that you can wear with a blazer.

Here you’ll find wearable pieces in lovely pastel colours that are perfect for spring. Mix and match the pastel hues as we saw during Milan Fashion Week S/S 21.


Although accessible, the clothes from Mango are known for having an excellent cut and good quality. This is why you can find long-lasting fashion pieces at this high-street shop like timeless trench coats, knitwear, denim and floral garments.


We found the coolest leather hoodie and matching joggers at the high-street giant, H&M. We also selected comfortable athleisure pieces that you can wear with oversized blazers to walk in the park, run errands, work from home or at the office.


Arket is our go-to high-street label for timeless fashion. And the leather pieces we hand-picked are especially cool. And seasonless, since one of the easy-to-wear trends we spotted at London Fashion Week A/W 21 was head-to-toe leather outfits.

Check next the trends for next season that emerged from Milan Fashion Week.

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Photos via H&M and Arket.