20 Spring Outfit Ideas Inspired By Emily Ratajkowski, Lupita Nyong’o, & More
Spring feels like it's been a long time coming at this point. The moment you decide you can't possibly endure even one more day of winter clothes, you can rest assured that the sun will miraculously cut through those cold-weather clouds, beckoning bright colors and more skin-bearing cuts. Be ready for that day with these celebrity-inspired spring outfit ideas.
You've probably been scrolling through your Instagram lately and wondering whether the celebrities you follow are living in some sort of parallel universe where spring has already sprung. Wherever your favorite fashion girls are must be warm enough to wear cute mini skirts and rainbow-colored florals while you're still sporting that same old down coat.
Soon you'll be dressing up in cute jumpsuits and shorts, too. And when that first spring day finally comes, you'll want a closet stocked with cheery colors and prints — clothes you'll actually be eager to show off rather than hide under your puffer.
So, don't wait another minute to get started on that warm-weather collection because these ahead-of-the-curve celebrities have already provided you with plenty of inspiration. Ahead, 20 dreamy spring outfits courtesy of your favorite celebrities, plus everything you need to recreate them at home.
You're going to be seeing a lot of puffy sleeves this spring, so incorporate the throwback trend into a piece you already planned on wearing like this colorful jumpsuit courtesy of Katie Holmes.
Not one for bright springy colors? Lupita Nyong'o's recent knit separates will convince you to go for neutrals.
Florals have been synonymous with spring for eons. The 2019 version is a flowy, pastel midi with ruffles, bows, and any other feminine detailing you can find.
Sweater Dress & Checked Blazer
Orange is abundant in every spring collection you see, so dive into the tangerine trend head-first with a bold suit set like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's.
Utility Jumpsuit & Boots
Street-style queen Emma Roberts strikes again with retro clashing prints. Simply throw a couple of mismatched wardrobe staples together — in this case, blue checkered trousers and a yellow striped shirt — and call it a look.
Mini Skirt & Leather Jacket
You can continue wearing that edgy leather jacket this spring, as long as you pair it with a fun mini skirt à la Laura Harrier. Bonus points for plaid.
Sweater & Shorts
There's hardly a more quintessential spring piece than a flowy floral mini. Wear this button-front shirtdress to work, while running your weekend errands, or on a beachy bike ride, according to Lea Michele.
Graphic Tee & Statement Pants
While Emma Roberts pairs her checked pants with a contrasting striped tee, Tracee Ellis Ross' graphic top is perhaps an easier option for those looking for something a little less bold.
Belted Blazer & Trousers
What about work outfits, you ask? Look no further than Karlie Kloss' neutral separates. The belted blazer is a nice trend-forward touch.
Printed Halter & White Jeans
Channel your inner flower child with that old-school groovy halter and white pants combo that just came back in style.
Every fashion forecast is calling it: Utilitarian chic is going to be all the rage this season, so ease into the trend with a basic black jumpsuit.
You've waited all winter to try an off-the-shoulder silhouette and now's your chance. This fun neckline puts a modern twist on the traditional minidress.
Blazer & Shorts
Kate Bosworth certainly isn't holding back her excitement to sport spring colors. Follow her lead with head-to-toe pink.
The animal print trend isn't going anywhere anytime soon. A pretty spring dress is a great way to work it into your warm-weather wardrobe.
Yellow: the color of the sun, spring flowers, and your new favorite sundress. Make like Margot Robbie and hit the beach in a canary-colored mini this spring.
Relaxed Cords & Sneakers
Whitney Port has you covered in the low-key weekend look department. Her boyish flannel, corduroys, and Converse combo is the perfect nostalgic mix.