5 Easy Spring Trends I Found at J.Crew and Reformation

Everyone has different reasons to look forward to spring. Perhaps you’re eager to finally swap all of your heavy outerwear for warm-weather wares, or maybe you’re ready to spring-clean your apartment from top to bottom. Even though I can’t believe it’s already March, I’m ready to start investing in practical spring and summer trends that will liven up my closet.

For this roundup, I chose to focus on two retailers I know our readers love: Reformation and J.Crew. They both excel at offering a range of wearable yet trendy pieces that look much more expensive than they really are. Scroll down to shop my favorite spring trends from both brands. 

The perfect wedding guest dress

J.Crew is currently offering 30% off full-price items if you use the code VACAY. 

I have a feeling this will sell out immediately. 

You can never have too many LBDs. 

The ideal going-out top. 

Reformation never misses. 

Yes, this is a super-cute dress even if you don’t intend on playing any sports. 

I love this pretty sky blue. 

A touch of preppiness never hurt anyone. 

Checkerboard prints are still going strong. 

Wimbledon whites will always be chic. 

I’ve never thought to mix gingham and activewear, but it definitely works. 

Polka dots come back every spring. 

This pink version is just so cute. 

Reformation jeans have never let me down. 

So many options, so little time. 

I love wearing crisp white jeans for spring. 

Wide-leg jeans are hugely popular with celebrities right now. 

Long live ’70s bell-bottoms. 

These are fantastic everyday jeans. 

I love how this skirt is styled with high socks and loafers

Gingham is always a good choice for spring. 

Tennis, anyone? 

This skirt can be styled in so many different ways. 

J.Crew has certainly perfected the chambray shirt. 

Another winner from J.Crew that’s currently on sale. 

The Canadian tuxedo lives on. 

Be sure to grab this one while it’s still on sale. 

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