The 3 Spring Outfit Formulas That Will Get You Through The Week


We can guarantee one of the most common thoughts that races through every woman’s mind (or any individual’s, for that matter) is, What the heck should I wear? We often find ourselves blankly staring at our closets trying to compile an outfit we’re actually excited about. That’s why we’re lending weekly inspiration with stylish ensembles that will step up your sartorial game.

Here, we encourage you to introduce fresh trends to elevate your wardrobe. Incorporating key items such as a bright shaggy cardigan, pastel pieces or a double-breasted blazer dress—Kate Bosworth is a big fan—can easily amp up your look and get you out of a sartorial funk. See which formulas we’re loving right now and read on for our tips on how to pull them off.

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Spring In Your Step

An off-white monochrome set is so chic and modern, especially with linen trousers. Add color and texture with a mustard yellow shaggy cardigan. Complete with flat mules and a top-handle bag.

Oversized Curb-Chain Leather Shoulder Bag


Marques' Almeida

Maureen Flats


Malone Souliers

Belt Line Trousers



Alana Rollneck Top



Macramé Cardigan With Fringing



Petite Amour


Bec and Bridge

A dress and jeans combo is a fashion-forward yet wearable way to switch it up. Choose a long lavender number to cinch with a clear PVC belt. Throw on a dark pair of jeans and pastel pink slingbacks. You'll look like a street-style star, guaranteed.

Drew Bijou Mini Leather Cross-Body Bag



Ludlow Slingback


Sam Edelman

Curva Earrings


Modern Citizen

PVC 2 Inch Belt



Moto Mid Blue Mom Jeans



Gathered Silk Midi Dress



Got a GNO planned? Turn heads in a double-breasted blazer mini. Wear with metallic heels to elongate the legs. Finish with a dainty choker and an evening wristlet bag.

Leema 100 Embellished Metallic Leather Pumps


Jimmy Choo

Tassel Detail Clutch


Charles & Keith

Betty Double-Breasted Wrap Effect Mini Dress


Rachel Zoe

Odessa II Necklace


Natalie B Jewelry