Three Spring Outfits to Recreate

Beach Lunch Lounge Flannel

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I’m so happy that warm temps seem to be here to say, but one thing I always struggle with is creating new outfits. It’s easy to get used to wearing the same clothing day after day. When a new season arrives, you want to change it up but also transition seamlessly.

I wanted to throw it back for a little #TBT with these outfits that are perfect for spring. If the item doesn’t have “similar” with it, that indicates the exact item is still available!

An oversized plaid shirt with open buttons is a great alternative to a cardigan. Of course, I paired it with my favorite tee. Also, opt for a plaid shirt in spring colors, like light blue and lilac. Also, pay attention to fabrics. Heavy flannel should be tucked away for fall and winter.

Recreate the look: similar flannel | similar jeans | tee | sneakers | mini tote (exact color not available)

Lilly Pulitzer Marlowe Dress

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Long sleeve dresses are the perfect outfit for spring days. I wore this exact dress on Easter and didn’t need a cardigan. (It was an 80 degree day in April in Pennsylvania.) This style is back in a different pattern. I own this dress in two different prints, and I’ll reach for it for years to come!

Recreate the look: dress (same style, different pattern) | similar sandalsmini tote (exact color not available)

Lilly Pulitzer Murfee Scarf

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This outfit is perfect for chilly spring days. Even though the sweater is heavier, I updated it for spring with my Converse sneakers, cropped boyfriend jeans, and a lightweight scarf. Hint: Lilly Pulitzer has some of the softest scarves. And the prints will definitely help you transition to spring.

Recreate the look: similar sweater | similar jeans | scarf (same style) | sneakers | tote