8 Spring Pieces You Need From Reformation

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Given it’s our instinctive spring-style MO to appear as though we’re ready to frolic through a field of daisies, eco-chic label Reformation can be found in heavy rotation this time of year. Their focus on feel-good fabrics, effortlessly cool silhouettes and vintage-inspired sensibilities means we rely on the brand for a number of warm-weather occasions. Chic but never overstudied, these freshly launched pieces deserve a place in your seasonal wardrobe—get your wallets ready.

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The Plunging Maxi

The sultry, plunging neckline of this calf-grazing, printed dress ensures it's far from matronly. Perfect for wine tasting or daytime brunch with the girls, style with low-heeled sandals and demure accessories for an ethereal look.

Reformation Laura Dress, $278

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The Cropped Knit

This neutral-hued knit crop top goes with high-waisted everything—pair with flares or an A-line skirt to play up its vintage vibes.

Reformation Leane Top, $78

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The Linen Sundress

Every spring wardrobe requires a throw-on-and-go sundress—this button-front piece is simple and sweet, making it an easy go-to for a number of occasions.

Reformation Canon Dress, $198

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The Off-Shoulder Bodysuit

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know bodysuits are still having a major moment. This style combines two trends—the second being an off-the-shoulder silhouette—that looks gorgeous with denim of all types.

Reformation Classon Bodysuit, $98

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The Denim Miniskirt

The denim miniskirt is re-emerging as a seasonal must-have (yes, everything does come back around). Try with t-shirts, button-downs and casual camisoles alike.

Reformation Maite Skirt, $98

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The Utilitarian Jumpsuit

A shorter take on the celeb-adored flightsuit, the relaxed fit and rolled sleeves of this utilitarian jumper evoke androgynous, casual cool.

Reformation Jessime Jumpsuit, $178

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The Wedding-Guest Dress

Wedding season is imminent, meaning it's time to pad your closet with a pretty option so you're not scrambling for a dress last-minute. This lilac number feels especially appropriate for early-spring nuptials.

Reformation Adularia Dress, $248

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The Flirty Two-Piece

A punchy printed set serves as a fun alternative to your go-to minidress. The two pieces can also be mixed and matched with your other seasonal wares (read: more bang for their buck).

Reformation Eugenia Two Piece, $198