42 Brilliant Outfits I Want to Try This Spring

During 2019, my style was solely built on convenience. I relocated from London to Edinburgh, which involved three house moves in the process, and my wardrobe reflected that. Aside from the odd dress or skirt-and-jumper combination, I spent inordinate amounts of my time in jeans. Versatile and reliable they may be, but wearing them day-in, day-put made me feel as if I’d lost my sense of style.

While they’re still shaping up to be an integral part of my wardrobe already in 2020, I’ve decided that, this year, I’ll become a bit more experimental with my outfits again. 

To equip me with all the inspiration I need, I started archiving some of my favourite outfits I spotted on Instagram. So good were the ensembles I found, I decided to share them with you, too. Below, you’ll find an edit of the 42 outfit ideas I intend on copying this spring, and throughout the year, in a bid to up my sartorial standing. How many will you try? 

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

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

Vanessa wears the neckline of 2020: the sweetheart neckline. 

Note to self: A sheer midi dress, beaded bag and mule sandals make for chic wedding attire. 

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. 

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

Tamu’s rolled-up sleeves and belted jumper are subtle but completely elevate her outfit. 

Bermuda shorts are set to be high on the sartorial agenda this year. If you’re on the fence like I am, wear them with a blazer and strappy sandals for instant elegance. 

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

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

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

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. 

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. 

This year, I vow not to save my dresses for special occasions. 

I’ll be investing in a statement coat like Nnenna’s for the days when jeans and a T-shirt are all I can muster. 

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. 

Feathers are perfectly acceptable to wear 24/7. 

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

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 very much back in 2020, and I fully intend on wearing my old Jigsaw two-piece with platform boots also. 

You heard it here first—snake-print trousers are already proving key in 2020. 

A belted blazer is a better blazer.

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

Vinyl and knitwear make for a chic texture clash. 

María’s schoolish combination of a checked skirt, chunky cardigan and Mary Jane shoes is something I intend on emulating ASAP. 

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. 

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. 

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. 

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

I’ve clearly been overlooking tulle far too long. 

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

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

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. 

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

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

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