The Celebrity-Inspired Spring Outfits To Try If You’re Just Not That Into Dresses

They are so easy to recreate.

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After piling on the layers all winter long, it feels pretty good when the weather finally permits wearing just one item of clothing like a dress. However, after just a few days of nonstop dress-wearing action, the whole concept can start to feel a bit repetitive. Not to mention, the finicky spring weather doesn’t permit bare legs at all times. When tapped out of ideas for season-appropriate ensembles that aren’t frocks, you can turn to your favorite celebrity-approved spring outfits for inspiration. Rest assured: The stylish and unfussy looks will reinvigorate your seasonal wardrobe.

Creating different combinations with your extensive closet is half the fun — and every celeb has their own, unique approach to spring styling. On one hand, trendsetters like Gigi Hadid, Gabrielle Union, and Mandy Moore like to wear coordinated or minimalist attire. On the other, Dua Lipa, Gemma Chan, and Emma Roberts prefer more unconventional pairings that include bold prints, sequins, and colorblocking. Whichever camp you’re in, their easy-to-recreate ensembles will keep you on trend all season long, no dresses required.

Ahead, find the best spring-ready celebrity outfits worth copying.

A Camo Trouser

If pastel colors aren’t your jive, consider an army green camo pant this spring. Since the bottoms are quite eye-grabbing, opt for a simple white tee on top.

An Edgy Glam Look

This look, which Zoë Kravitz wore in Paris, is incredibly easy to recreate. Pair a glossy black leather trench with your favorite sunnies, and off you go!

A Cutout Jumpsuit

Rihanna’s maternity style is next-level good and this cutout look is no expectation.

Statement Pants

Show off your personal style with a pair of joyful statement pants like the ones Dua Lipa is wearing.

A Tailored Three-Piece Set

For a polished springtime look, try Gabrielle Union’s take on three-piece tailored co-ords. (You can also tap into the sensuous clothing trend with an ab-revealing bra top.)

Silky Separates

Spring calls for lightweight materials, so why not double down on luxe silk? Follow Laura Harrier’s lead and team a neutral top with a printed skirt.

Patterned Shirt

According to Sophie Turner, Hawaiian shirts are totally appropriate to wear beyond the beach. For spring, she layered her multi-colored piece from Louisa Ballou on top of a sage green knit set and left all the buttons undone.

Code Red

While in the Big Apple, Emma Roberts sported a tweedy red and white outfit. Her look felt professional with a touch of fun.

Jeans & White Tank

A white tank and jeans duo is a fool-proof look you can always turn to. But if you want to jazz up the classic combo, add on statement jewelry or colorful sandals.

White Pants & Printed Top

White pants are a reliable wardrobe staple for the spring/summer season. Try pairing them with a colorful printed top for an easy balanced outfit.

Pajama-Inspired Separates

Long gone are the days when slippers, pajama sets, and lacy slip dresses were considered bedroom-only attire. Give the sleepwear-inspired look a go with an effortlessly chic spring outfit like Karlie Kloss’.

These silky pajama separates from LUNYA will become your go-to unfussy spring outfit.

Denim Skirt

There’s nothing new about a good old-fashion denim miniskirt, but a denim maxi? Now, that’s groundbreaking. For inspiration, check out Elsa Hosk’s 2022 Coachella outfit.

Bike Shorts & Leather Jacket

You don’t have to cycle to brunch to wear bike shorts, according to Josephine Skriver. When paired with a crop top and leather jacket, they make for an edgy and stylish off-duty Saturday look.

Tie-Dye Co-Ords

Believe it or not, the tie-dyed cotton tee-and-shorts combo you used to play soccer in is now a certified fashion statement. The colorful ensembles have been endorsed by A-listers like Gigi Hadid, Taylor Swift, Hailey Bieber, and more.

Utilitarian Romper

A cargo romper is a warm weather-friendly version of a utility jumpsuit — and Priyanka Chopra makes the gorpcore garment look so chic.

Pastel Power Suit

Put a warm-weather spin on your classic separates and try them in color for a change. Plus, the pastel suiting look is totally Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman-approved.

Denim Overalls


Channel your inner country girl with a pair of Kendall Jenner-approved overalls — the straw hat is optional.

Bold Colorblocking

Embrace the colors of summer by mixing bright, solid-color pieces together. You might just find that colorblocking is surprisingly easy to pull off.

Sweater & Tulle Midi

Those leftover winter knits come in handy for cool spring mornings. Dress them up with a pretty frothy midi skirt for a spring-appropriate look.

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Tap into 2023’s balletcore aesthetic with this sweet tulle skirt.

White Jumpsuit

You don’t have to bid adieu to the one-and-done outfit altogether. Rather than a dress, reach for your favorite jumpsuit instead.

Tweed Skirt Suit

Shailene Woodley’s pencil midi and matching crop top are an unconventional take on the classic skirt suit and a perfect work outfit, too.


Spring and summer are the best seasons to get your fix of white-on-white outfits, so use Jessica Alba’s ensemble as style inspiration for your next weekday look.

Checked Separates

As for your spring work wardrobe, liven up your go-to pieces by switching out solid colors for a classic check print.

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