The sun is shining. The flowers are blooming. The birds are chirping. That can only mean one thing — spring is here! With warmer weather comes with the need to give your closet a little bit of a refresh.
If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered. Here are 27 stylish pieces of clothing that basically demand to be in your closet. And the best part — you can wear these styles now all the way through summer!
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Unless otherwise specified, all sizes in this post are listed in women’s.
A two-piece ruffle cami and top
A halterneck crop top
A puff-sleeve top
A huggably soft two-piece cuffed sleeve and shorts set
A floral sleeved dress
An elegant satin shirt
A T-shirt dress
Snug and supportive bike shorts (with pockets!)
A ruffly tie-back swimsuit
A resort-inspired shirt and wide leg pant combo
A sleeveless shoulder pad top
A gloriously glossy satin dress
A frilly smocked top
A simply chic bodycon dress
A long-sleeved off-shoulder top
A knot-front layered romper
A velvet cami
High-rise denim shorts
An off-shoulder maxi dress
A buttery-soft cropped shirt
A leopard-print wrap skirt
A maxi shirt dress
Two-toned tapered pants
A pair of drawstring joggers
A cutesy button-up cropped top
A pair of blush-tone high-waisted leggings
A puff sleeved shirt
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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