Spring Outfit Ideas: 5 Easy Looks for Post-Quarantine Life

Neutral High-Waisted Pants


Neutral High-Waisted Pants


Neutral High-Waisted Pants


Happy Spring! Spending more time at home has me taking a look at my warm weather closet and cleaning out pieces I no longer wear. It’s no surprise that the “keep” pile is filled with mostly classic spring staples like my jean jacket, maxi dresses, white tees, and other essential elements that make spring outfits easy as pie to create.

Whether you’re making room in your closet like me or daydreaming of days when we can head outdoors again, here are 5 casual spring outfit ideas to keep you inspired.

Look One: Jean Jacket + White T-Shirt

Trying to figure out how to style the jean jacket you’ve owned for years? This look has you covered. It’s likely you already own a white tee, so just grab a pair of white cropped pants (I just splurged on this cult favorite pair), a matching bag, and comfortable sandals and you’re good to go for brunch, date night, or the office.


Jean Jacket, Ballet Tee, Wide Leg Cropped Pant (similar here), Cream Crossbody, Nude Sandals

Look Two: Maxi + Woven Sandals + Raffia Accessories

On the first day that really feels like spring, I’ll be turning to a feminine spring maxi. I love breezy styles that make you look put together but require very minimal effort. Pair a flowy maxi dress with raffia or woven accessories. Don’t miss my roundup of woven bags under $200 if you’re looking for affordable spring accessories.


Maxi Dress, Rattan Earrings, Woven Bag (similar under $200 here), Woven Slide Sandal

Look Three: Floral Blouse + Jeans + Espadrilles

This look is ideal for casual Friday at the office, running errands, or Saturday brunch. I love the wash on the Levis, and Zara has been killing it this season with embroidered blouses and feminine tops. Pair with gold jewelry for a pop and comfortable wedge espadrilles.


Blouse, Jeans, Earrings, Bracelet, Woven Bag, Espadrilles

Look Four: Two Piece Set, Clutch, and Slides

Two piece sets create a whimsical but still polished look, and they’re also easy to style separately to create countless spring outfits. I love the set below from one of my favorites, Innika Choo. I paired it with a woven bag with blush leather finishing, cat sunglasses for a retro touch, and block heel sandals under $100.


Top and Short set, Bag, Sunglasses, Slides

Look Five: Cardigan, Tee, White Jeans, Flats

A neutral spring outfit creates a perfect backdrop for colorful bags and jewelry, but I love the sophisticated effect created by layering white, tan, and cream for a monochrome spring look. Below I paired a lightweight spring cardigan with a classic white tee, white denim, and comfy sneakers under $100.

Cardigan, White Tee, White Jeans, Sneakers, Sunglasses

Spring Outfit Ideas: What’s Your Favorite?

It’s never too early in my book to start thinking about spring style. Hopefully these spring outfit ideas will help you feel less overwhelmed as you transition your winter wardrobe to your spring wardrobe—a little inspiration on how to mix up what you already own or incorporate new versatile spring pieces always helps!

Let me know which of the 5 spring looks is your favorite in the comments below or on Instagram!