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It’s April and spring has officially sprung! With the change in seasons, comes a much needed change in our wardrobes. Many of us are reemerging from our homebound routines and making plans for the coming weeks and months ahead. As you prepare to make your social comeback, you’ll likely encounter a nostalgic dilemma of wondering what the heck you’re going to wear! You may be faced with outdated fabrics, or styles that just aren’t your size anymore (Have you heard of the Quarantine 15?).
Well, I’m here to let you know that you’re not in this alone. In my quest to revamp my spring wardrobe, I decided to create a 2021 Spring Capsule Wardrobe. In this collection, I’ve curated a concise list of minimalist and modern pieces that every woman needs as a foundation for her fashionable spring closet. Chances are that you already own some of the items I’ll list below, like simple tops, denim jackets, white jeans, and my favorite fashion staple piece, shoes!
I hope that this guide will inspire you to create different outfits and combinations of stylish looks without overwhelming your closet or wallet. Due to the pandemic, many people may not be looking to do a complete overhaul of their wardrobe, and may simply be looking for creative ways to make use of the clothes they already have. Regardless of your situation, you’ll be able to tailor your capsule wardrobe to your unique budget and lifestyle.
Outerwear & Sweaters (trench coat, denim jacket, moto jacket, and cardigans)
Tops (blouses, basic tees and camis)
Dresses, Jumpsuits & Rompers (white, pastel, or colorful prints)
Shoes (heels/wedges, sandals, mules, and sneakers)
Pants & Bottoms (Blue jeans, white jeans, long skirt)
Quick Tips: When selecting stylish colors colorful tones are ideally seasonally appropriate for spring. Don’t be afraid to play around with the pieces that are already in your closet. Layering is definitely allowed, and you should feel free to experiment with different fabrics, textures, colors, and patterns.