15 Spring Closet Essentials

I’ve been on a shopping hiatus since my clothes haul that covered the basics. Something about winter – with the cold and the dreariness – takes away my urge to shop for anything other than mittens and socks. It’s just too cold to shed 5 layers in a tiny dressing room and freeze to death for a new pair of pants. But with warm weather on the way, I’m so ready to add some bright colors and dresses to my closet! Here’s what I have my eye on for spring.

15 Spring Essentials

What’s on your spring shopping list? Any trends that you’re especially excited about? I’m determined to add a couple of dresses to my wardrobe – the floral maxi is a splurge but I love it! I’d wear it with the khaki sleeveless jacket to tone it down a bit.

1. Bright skinnies – J Crew | 2. Neon tote – Gap | 3. Printed pants – H&M | 4. Gladiators – Coconuts | 5. Oxfords – Gap | 6. Espadrille wedges – Just Fab | 7. Floral wide leg – Loft | 8. Floral maxi – Modcloth | 9. Striped dress – JCPenney | 10. Peasant blouse – Madewell | 11. Lace top – JCPenney | 12. Nautical tee – All Saints | 13. Boyfriend blazer – Dorothy Perkins | 14. Colorblock coat – Zara | 15. Sleeveless jacket – Zara

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  1. says

    Ooo, great choices. I prefer spring shopping as well, which is why 75 percent of my closet is summer clothes and the remaining 25 percent have to be worn six months out of the year.

  2. says

    I just bought a pair of pants very similar to the second pair at the Loft last week
    Can’t wait to wear them
    Hope you are having a great weekend

    • gerbermom says

      This will make up for all the times I had to hear about your fabulously warm summer while freezing this winter! :)

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