Good news for all fashionistas — the sun is shining, and the weather is sweet. It means it’s time to take off all heavy stuff and get fresh-out-of-the-box things.
New trends, outfits, street style shots and blog posts are going to impress our imagination after the long cold season. By the way, the key to good mood is a good outfit, so scroll down to view top blogger’s ideas for the relaxing spring weekend.
If you’ve ever visited Bisous Natasha, you should have noticed that London (in her pics) looks like forever-spring-city. So, she is a great inspiration before spring weekend to figure out your outfit idea and here are good examples.
This girl knows what she’s doing and how to celebrate her curves.
As you can see, she looks totally feminine by putting on just knitted maxi dress and sandals. We have nothing to say beyond “less is more.”
Any way you slice it — denim is always denim, and it is a solution to every problem.
Being the founder of Man Repeller, Leandra Medine knows a thing or two about unordinary outfits for sunny weather.
The point is – she gives rise to such pieces you never imagined they could go together, and it looks amazing.
Animal print is the way to go if you want to look and feel on top, but for a more relaxed take you put on varsity jumper.
Sun is out! So, it means to get out your favorite stuff from a wardrobe and make it fashionable.
Sonya Esman of Classisinternal is the best teacher to help you with it. Here she proves that red vinyl and denim looks put-together.
This is the easiest way to add bright color to your early spring wardrobe — wear a long yellow dress but cover it with a sequined denim jacket.
However, the essence of chic style is when your look says “I don’t try too hard,” so here it’s necessary to put on flat shoes.
Well, if you are a supporter of monochromatic outfits then you totally need to explore Vanessa Hong’s style.
All black/white/gray or nude outfits are her strong suit. Just take a look at those classy combinations.
If it’s too cold to leave your outerwear behind just yet, a cropped leather jacket is a way out. Even if it’s black jacket over the full white suit.
Keeping it easy but stunning go for the stretch-knit dress and the same color cozy cardigan. Don’t forget about your comfort, so choose the right flat shoes.
Aimee Song, who blogs at Song of Style will persuade you to wear black at spring.
Here she takes on a patent leather skirt, black blouse, black biker jacket and wins. Since it is spring finally, you don’t need to wear tights.
Laura Matuszczyk of Horkruks always looks chic and this time is not the exception.
Who says you can’t wear your holiday dress right here, right now? Just make sure you won’t get cold and put your overknees on.
Let’s follow the example of the blooming flowers and wear head-to-toe floral printed outfit. Darja Barannik knows the trick since floral print became a real sign of spring classic.
What can be more feminine than pencil skirt plus pumps? And we can’t imagine more appropriate season for it than spring.
Spanish fashion blogger Zina Charkoplia of Fashion Vibe has a majority of her wardrobe in black, so she would totally give you a master class how to wear it on the spring weekend.
The chunky jumper should replace your bomber/blazer/bikers this spring for a while. Looks beautiful when worn with a leather skirt and knee-high boots.
What about being a Parisian these warm days but cold evenings?
Find your perfect wide leg pantsuit and wear it with a shirt or even dress and finish with high heels and wide belt.
Shini Park of Park & Cube has created her Parisian kit.
We all are a little bit tired of those everyday boots. Well, perhaps spring is time for fresh new sneakers?
Suit cold weather away! Style like María Bernad and mix silk wide-leg pants to match your blazer.
This look could become your favorite this spring – shirt over a turtleneck. It may go by any color, but nothing is smarter than black or white. The level up is to combine denim with a blue shirt and match turtleneck with a belt.