We’re already half way through March, can you believe that? Time flies fast and even though today is a bit chilly, spring is here. Hence, I have collected 10 images of spring casual outfits that I believe make great stylish ideas. Except of the odd zebra print suit jacket below, my selection was based on solid colors. Now, I know print patterns are a huge trend nowadays… But I found it a bit refreshing to go for casual outfits that don’t have a print clash yet, are elegant without being boring.
Image: River Island. If you’re bored of the leopard print, then zebra with the ultimate black and white combo is your next best choice if you choose to glam up your outfits with a blazer like this.
Jumpsuits, denims and a stripe or two along with some earthly colors can go a long way, especially in spring. So, time for a little inspiration:
Image Dorothy Perkins. I like stripes. Fact! Therefore, I couldn’t resist this outfit with the vertical stripes. It’s so easy-going, but definitely very stylish too.
Image: Pure Collection. Notice how these pants have a more edgy look because of their stripe on the side, but the white linen blazer keeps it all balanced with an overall organic vibe.
Image: Monsoon. Organic, earthly colors can make a great alternative choice for anyone’s wardrobe.
Image: New Look. A denim jacket over a mini dress is always a great way to add a bit of a rock’s edge to the outfit.
Image: New Look. I don’t actually own a denim jumpsuit, but I feel that it’s the kind of piece that works real well in a well curated wardrobe.
Image: River Island. I love the idea of shorts with a coordinated blazer on top. It makes the whole outfit more funky and edgy, while it still looks casually glamorous. The white ankle boots look amazing with this outfit.
Image: River Island. This is the kind of outfit that I wear the most. I love the long blazer over those ever-so-slightly distressed jeans, paired with a white crew neck tee and some pointy heels.
Image: Pure Collection. White jeans are my latest favorite staple. I like them combined here with an embroidered white shirt, a camel biker’s jacket for a more edgy look and a scarf to add a pop of color.
Image: River Island. Last but not least, an outfit with black as the dominant color and those khaki slim pants as the accent piece.
What I love about all these outfits is that they all have a little twist to them, that makes them a less ordinary without going over-the-top. Most of these are outfits that can be put together with pieces we already own – slow fashion is a reality that is possible if you change your perspective. So, if you take a little time to study these outfits a little closer and then examine your closet, you might surprise yourself with the outfits that you might pull together…