These 68 Spring Outfits Make for Easy Scrolling

Maxine Eggenberger
·7-min read

For the last year, it's safe to say my style has been built solely on comfort. Like so many, working from home meant I barely left the house, save from walking the dogs. Living in Scotland and being the sort of person who feels the chill in even the slightest of summer breezes, meant that, when I did so, I had to wrap up. Aside from the odd dress or skirt-and-jumper combination, I spent inordinate amounts of my time in joggers—and not fancy ones at that. Comfortable they may be, but wearing them day in and day out made me feel as if I'd lost my sense of style.

While they're still likely going to remain an integral part of my wardrobe this year, I've decided that I'll also be experimental with my outfits. To equip me with all the inspiration I need, I've started archiving some of my favourite spring outfits I spot as I scroll on Instagram. So good are the ensembles I found, I decided to share them with you, too. Below, you'll find an edit of the 63 spring-ready outfit ideas I intend on copying.

Lug-sole boots make for the perfect transitional piece to style springtime dresses with.

This Never Fully Dressed two-piece is following me on Instagram.

Loose-fitting dresses are all I want to wear right now. Particularly Sarah's ASOS checked number.

Printed trousers make for a playful way to get dressed in the morning.

Paloma gives her chic skirt-and–vest-top outfit an edge with the addition of a scarf.

Corduroy makes an easy switch for denim and looks particularly pretty in a pink hue.

This ensemble is considerably sleeker than the loungewear I've been sporting these last few months.

This colour combination is one of the most calming imaginable. Gorgeous.

Who'd have thought that a zip-up knit, leggings and New Balance kicks could look so chic?

Freddie gives her pastel suit a cool clash with the addition of a mint shirt.

I don't know what I love more—Sabina's cropped cardigan or her glittery sandals.

Tie-dye tops are still all the rage right now. Just add a bucket hat and chunky kicks to complete the '90s homage.

Note to self: Must find a printed trouser and matching top set to wear with trainers, just like Michelle.

Wide-leg trousers make for comfortable at home attire, especially when paired with a super-soft knit.

Monikh's tailored joggers put my aforementioned slouchies to shame.

It's all too tempting to tuck in your shirting, but I'll be leaving it out-over for a fresh silhouette.

Dungarees have never looked so cute as they do with a pastel knit worn underneath.

I love how Monique adds extra '90s appeal to her skirt suit with a shoulder bag and wide headband.

Jeanne's combination of a slip skirt, silk camisole and short-sleeved cardigan is simple but brilliant.

Note to self: A sheer midi dress, beaded bag and mule sandals make for chic summer attire, should weddings resume.

I must remember there's more to animal print than leopard motifs. Cue zebra and tiger.

Souped-up leather skirts look their best paired with a basic jersey top and minimal accessories.

Natasha's oversize blazer–and–denim short combination strikes the perfect high/low balance.

I've been tentative about wearing slip dresses, but Mira's look has convinced me to finally try the trend.

Wearing one shade top-to-toe is the ultimate fashion-girl trick to achieving a chic outfit.

Callie's combination of stripes and leopard print is inspired.

Denim and flares will always be a good idea, particularly with white shoes.

If you're on the fence like I am about shorts, wear them with a blazer and strappy sandals for instant elegance.

Lorna's retro knit and checked trousers are off-duty perfection.

I've invested heavily in cardigans, but I've yet to try styling a long one with leather strides.

I'll be investing in a statement coat like Nnenna's for the days when I actually venture out of the house.

Emili's jumper-and-shirt duo might not be a new look to try, but her cropped knit and oversize shirt make it feel fresh.

Two words: pink leather.

Like Monikh, I've also invested heavily in the puff-sleeve trend, the tops of which I'll wear with denim and thong sandals.

Simple to replicate, ingenuous to come up with in the first place. Kudos, Léna.

My love of knitted co-ords knows no bounds.

Feathers are perfectly acceptable to wear 24/7.

Belted cardigans are my vice right now.

Transition into the new season with classic outerwear worn over a bright dress.

The boilersuit is reigning supreme in 2020. Look for a bright hue for a cool update.

It might seem daring, but white tights can look incredibly cool, as Evangelie proves.

I know I'll be wearing Ada's colour combination of pistachio, ecru, and tan all year.

Anne proves the skirt suit is still very relevant, and I fully intend on wearing my old Jigsaw two-piece with platform boots also.

A prime example of how to wear jeans and a nice top.

A belted blazer is a better blazer.

If you're anything like me, you'll also consider adding sheer black tights to this ensemble for extra warmth.

I'm dreaming of the day I can step out in Chloé's chic knitted skirt co-ord and mule combination.

Naturally, Jeanette is right ahead of spring's slouchy jean trend, which I want to wear with a knitted two-piece, too.

Vinyl and knitwear make for a chic texture clash.

Something tells me I'm going to have a serious thing for lilac hues come spring.

María's schoolish combination of a checked skirt, chunky cardigan and Mary Jane shoes is something I want to emulate ASAP.

I have a green jumper just like this, which it never occurred to me to wear with white jeans before.

Yellow and orange are two of spring/summer 2020's biggest colour trends, as Ellie already knows.

I've long worn berets, but never before have I thought of matching a bright style to my jumper. Thanks for the tip, Charlotte.

I'm obsessed with furry-trimmed outerwear this season, but I worry it borderlines on being too twee. Imani solves that problem with the addition of her jersey dress.

Emma Rose Thatcher has just reminded me of my favourite combination—a printed blazer and backless mules.

On paper, tie-dye and leopard print shouldn't work but, as Kelly proves, they truly go hand-in-hand.

Note to self: A colour-pop beanie makes for an offbeat and effective accessory choice.

Basket bag, check. Sunseeker dress, check. Strappy sandals, check. Arm-full of flowers, check! Erica's look is everything I want to wear this spring.

I've clearly been overlooking tulle far too long.

Probably the coolest example of how to style leather trousers that I've seen.

Claire is the queen of layering, and I love how she's taken her skills to the next level by knotting a grey knit over a slouchy hoodie.

Florrie makes her printed dress look vintage by adding a simple tan belt and bright suede bag into the equation.

Nina artfully demonstrates how to style my all-time favourite neckline.

Only Caitlin could make me pine for yellow trousers.

Beaded bags and gingham dresses are the prettiest combination going. Fact.

A boilersuit and bright wraparound sandals will always look the epitome of cool.

Knitted tops might not sound sexy, but Katherine's halter number proves otherwise.

This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated.

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