10 Excellent Outfits I Plan on Re-Creating This Spring

January 19, 2021 at 05:40AM

It’s safe to say that we all need to fall back in love with our clothes again. Don’t get me wrong; I’ve loved lounging around in chic knitted sets, but now, in 2021, I’m making a point of relishing in the art of getting ready once more. However, after months of relying on the same staples day-in, day-out, if you feel somewhat uninspired when you throw open your wardrobe doors, rest assured you’re not alone. I’ve also felt pangs of uncertainty when I pull out long-forgotten pieces from the depths of my rails.

Instead of letting these feelings overwhelm me back into my leggings, I decided to take to Instagram to indulge in a little scrolling. Any outfit that caught my eye, I saved in my collections. Revisiting them a couple of days later, there were a few looks—10 specifically—that caught my eye. The best part being, aside from a couple of new-season investments, many of the pieces I need to re-create them are already somewhere in my wardrobe just waiting to be rediscovered.

Scroll below to see the 2021 outfit ideas I love, then shop the pieces you need to fill any gaps you may have in your closets.

Style Notes: While camel, grey, and black outerwear might dominate our wardrobes, Amaka proves that investing in a bright-hued coat will instantly lift any outfit. 

Style Notes: Tick off two major spring trends in one by layering a floral-embroidered cardigan over shirting with supersize collars. 

Style Notes: Mini skirts are back on the style agenda for 2021; give them some retro appeal by pairing of platform boots, much like French fashion icon, Anne-Laure. 

Style Notes: All-black outfits aren’t necessarily boring. Make like Monikh and wear shades of black in different textures, such as leather and satin, to create a cool contrast. 


Style Notes: Outfit combinations don’t come much more classic than jeans and a shirt, but Sabina switches the look up by wearing a blue Oxford stripe with grey-toned jeans. 

Style Notes: This fresh white and teal outfit is one of the chicest outfits we’ve seen in a long while. Until temperatures start to rise, swap TyLynn’s tank for an ecru knitted roll-neck. 

Style Notes: Checkerboard prints are going to be big news this year, and Camille’s cardigan and top twin-set has gone straight to the top of our 2021 wish lists. Isn’t it the most-perfect way of breathing new life into leggings? 

Style Notes: A navy skirt suit will always look chic; wear it with a chunky cable knit underneath and finish with chunky loafers and it’ll feel very on-trend. 

Style Notes: Jumper dresses are still firmly on our radar, but instead of the neutral palette we’ve been sporting, following Lydia’s lead by snapping up a bright iteration that’ll carry us through until spring. 

Style Notes: Leather trousers (be they real or faux) are the ideal solution if you’re bored of wearing your jeans, as they provide equal, if not more, heat. 

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

Next Up: How to Look Chicer Each Spring Without Spending Any Money

Author Maxine Eggenberger | Whowhatwear
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