6 Spring Trends We Actually Plan on Wearing This Year

Emily Dawes
·3-min read

During the depths of winter it’s hard to imagine wearing anything other than our favourite chunky knits, puffa coats and cosy tracksuits, isn’t it? But then this time of year comes around, the odd blue sky arrives and suddenly all we can think about is spring outfits. The ease of throw-on dresses, only needing a light jacket, pretty blouses to pair with jeans… OK, we might not be losing allour layers anytime soon but we’ve got to start somewhere.

Transitioning your wardrobe into spring can almost feel like a cleanse, especially this year when we’re all craving a little reset. Just a few new additions can revitalise tired pieces and lay the foundations for a more positive approach when it comes to putting together outfits.

So, where should you be starting with what to buy this spring in particular? Below, we’ve created a checklist of easy-to-wear transitional trends with one of our favourite low-key high street destinations, Anthropologie, to help answer that exact question. As well as their in-house designs, Anthropologie stock a whole host of contemporary brands, from fashion favourites like Faithfull and Sleeper to lesser-known names you’ll be glad to discover. The collection is vast, but there’s an ultra chic, relaxed vibe that runs through it all, the kind that makes you want to wear everything immediately.

Whether you opt for a suede fringed jacket to throw over jeans, or the perfect denim jumpsuit (an easy outfit in one), these are pieces that take you from a weekend walk to working at home, without having to sacrifice that put-together feeling.

Keep scrolling, then, to see the six trends we’ll be shopping at Anthropologie this spring…

1. Joyful Knits

Anthropologie Scallop-Trimmed Textured Cardigan (£80)

Maeve Hera Cropped Cardigan (£88)

Anthropologie Aria Boxy Cardigan (£80)

Anthropolige Misty Striped Rainbow Collar Jumper (£90)

Anthropolige Selene Longline Open Knit Cardigan (£120)

2. Pretty Blouses

Anthropologie Jenny Patchwork Lace Blouse (£98)

Anthropologie Gerri Seersucker Blouson Top (£80)

Anthropologie Jessie Frill Collar Sweatshirt (£78)

Anthropologie Andrea Ruffled Collar Blouse (£98)

Anthropologie Penny Textured Smocked Blouse (£80)

3. Transitional Denim

Pilcro Utility Denim Jumpsuit (£140)

Current Air Bobbie Reversible Quilted Denim Jacket (£120)

Pilcro The Slim Boyfriend Jeans (£98)

Pilcro The Column Straight Jeans (£98)

Levi's High-Rise Loose Jeans (£100)

4. Spring Jackets

Daniel Rainn Cleta Quilted Kimono Jacket (£138)

Dhruv Kapoor Sharona Quilted Kimono Jacket (£170)

BB Dakota Annmarie Quilted Duster Jacket (£120)

Anthropologie Louise Embroidered Midi Jacket (£98)

Greylin Charley Cosy Shirt Jacket (£120)

5. Throw-On Dresses

Anthropologie Erin Boho Print Maxi Dress (£158)

Faithfull the Brand Printed Maxi Dress (£199)

Dolan Left Coast Laney Polka Dot Maxi Dress (£148)

Anthropologie Sammie Ditsy Floral Print Midi Dress (£120)

Anthropologie Lisabetta Maxi Dress (£130)

Sleeper Atlanta Checked Midi Dress (£278)

6. Outfit-Enhancing Accessories

Anthropologie Georgina Leather Ankle Boots (£120)

Veja Campo Low-Top Trainers (£115)

Anthropologie Rio Chunky Chelsea Boots (£120)

Anthropologie Spotted Calf-Hair Cross-Body Bag (£115)

Anthropologie Leather Slip-On Loafers (£120)

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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