This spring, we’re embracing the anti-fit trend to the max. This flowy button-down shirt is relaxed and makes for great loungewear.
Hydrangea Coat, $180 at Anthropologie
A long coat is a great look for spring. It’s roomy and layers nicely with shorter bottoms.
Out From Under
Azalea Sheer Organza Slip Dress, $59 at Urban Outfitters
Is it really spring if you’re not giving sheer clothing a chance? This organza slip dress has a crushed texture, which works well with its feminine puffed sleeves and flared details. Accent it with subtly sequined bike shorts.
Black Hole Sun Ruched Printed Broadcloth Top, $450 at Moda Operandi
If your spring splurge is getting in the way of your festival shopping, this ruched top is the perfect resort wear that satisfies both needs.
Acid Wash Mom Jeans, $70 at Nordstrom
These straight-leg acid-wash jeans go with anything. They’re also very breathable and don’t cling too tightly, which is ideal for warmer weather.
We The Free
Lily of the Valley Top, $98 at Free People
Super colorful shirts are back just in time for spring. This boxy button-down shirt can be dressed up or down.
Moncur Beaded Silk and Cotton-Blend Mini Skirt, $850 at Moda Operandi
This sheer cut-out skirt has lace detailing that screams spring. Pair it with a baggy button-down blouse.
Cricket Club Dress, $150 at Anthropologie
This belted gingham outfit will make you want to step out into the sun. We love the cinched detail that highlights curves but doesn’t sacrifice comfort.
Gaga Sheer Mesh Bodycon Jumpsuit, $69 at Urban Outfitters
Sheer jumpsuits are street style winners that will definitely get you points for originality.
Printed Shirt With Pockets, $29.90 at Zara
Fierce tie-dye pieces are not necessarily seasonal, but this jewel-toned sheer shirt is a clear spring winner.
Emma Off-the-Shoulder Stretch-Cotton Poplin Top, $195 at Net-a-Porter
This poplin top by Staud clings in all the right places and has to-die-for retro puffed sleeves. It’s just drama our spring closets need.
Apple Green Suit, $163 at Topshop
This fresh suit is both old school (thanks to its cut) and futuristic (thanks to its color) and perhaps the most comfortable thing you can get away with wearing to work.
If you’re big on runway-approved seasonal trends, you might have noticed that fashion is tackling spring very differently this season. Sunny pastels, boho macramé and color blocking are on their way out. Sheer panels, wild florals and ruched bodices are having a moment as spring fashion leans into comfort and individuality.
Here, some of the most comfortable and unusual spring styles that will win you major street style points.