The Ultimate Fashion Girl It-List: 15 Trendy Items I Can’t Stop Thinking About

As we head deep into spring and even start thinking a little bit about summer (so close yet so far,) I’m starting to realize just how cold-weather oriented my wardrobe actually is. To liven up my closet at an affordable cost, I looked to Target which houses our clothing line, Who What Wear Collection, for some new trendy pieces. Safe to say it was a successful mission, considering our latest drop consists of fun prints, airy silhouettes, and matching sets galore. I’m not sure if it’s the warmer weather or the fact that we’ve been staying mostly inside this past winter, but I’m ready to start getting dressed again. (Don’t worry, we still kept a few loungewear pieces in the mix for the days you want to bum it out.)

Below, you’ll find the trendy items from our latest collection drop that I and many of our editors can’t stop talking about. And as always, they’ll meet the under-$50 mark so get ready to add some newness to your cart, we won’t tell. Scroll through the below shopping edit and get inspired by outfit imagery along the way—you can thank me later. 

I love this trendy take on a traditional polo top.

If you’re tired of wearing the same jeans or black pants, switch it up with this olive pair.

I don’t know about you, but I still have those days where I need to be cozied up in a sweatsuit. We are still WFH, after all.

Shop the matching sweatpants.

I’ve seen this dress worn by multiple of our editors, and it looks amazing every time. 

Just like how Angelica styled above, this skirt is fool-proof for the beach. 

If you got used to wearing matching sets with your loungewear, we created sets so you can quickly put outfits together for days out too.

Shop the matching shorts.

Contrast this top with a shade like tangerine as done above.

I’d like to frolic around in this dress.

This top can easily be dressed up or down.

The most perfect spring dress.

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