The days are getting longer and the sun is higher in the sky… finally! Although shorts season is a little ways off for most, it’s never good to be caught off your fashion guard, so to speak. Today the focus is on the spring trends celebrities are already wearing.
Celebrities tend to either love or loathe skinny jeans. That said, the A-List is flipping the style switch this season by wearing the complete opposite denim trend: light-wash baggy jeans. With the ’90s resurgence infiltrating the industry right now, it’s really not a surprise to see this trend crop up in such a major way with celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Bella Hadid, and Dakota Johnson embracing the look in their off-duty lives.
Oversized White Tee Shirt:
A classic white T-shirt is a necessary staple in every closet. It’s safe to say the white T-shirt is iconic in its own right. From James Dean to Kate Moss, there hasn’t been a style icon to date who hasn’t incorporated a white T-shirt into their wardrobe. No matter your personal style or aesthetic, a white T-shirt simply goes with everything and can help pull together an outfit with casual ease. This spring size up! Choose an oversize crewneck tee that you can cuff at the sleeves. A comfy slub-knit is perfect for weekends paired with any denim. Another way to wear your classic tee, the cropped version is back in a major way.
When it comes to shoes, this spring celebrities are pairing statement slides with their go-to jeans. The slide-and-jean combination is a fresh way to step into the new season, and the pairing can perfectly take you from day to night.
My key pieces for Spring:
A lightweight striped sweater, aviators, classic flats, distressed denim cutoffs, fedora, and an oversized white tee shirt. The combinations are endless, and the simplicity is divine. Whether you’re packing for a getaway, doing a little spring cleaning or learning to buy just the necessities, this list of eight items provides the must-haves that will be the backbone of your wardrobe all spring and into the summer.
Shop for spring staples now, while you have your pick of the lot, and bring your favorite pieces from prior summers out of storage. It’s fun to lay out the building blocks of your new-season look. Mix and match until you find some go-to ensembles that feel like the perfect blend of old and new.