14 Easy Spring Outfits Inspired By Our Favourite Fashion Bloggers

Spring/summer 2019's fashion trends have been beckoning us since September when the fashion week runways were flooded with greens and beiges, bows and impressive '80s-inspired takes on statement dressing. So it feels about right to start thinking about which trends to try, new pieces to buy and ways of styling fresh outfits. While we still remain wary of the permanence of the current sunny temps, let us find ways to start wearing spring trends no matter the weather.

Yes, 2019 is still a strong year for dresses, but suits, skirts have also risen their way to the top of the shopping list. So if you're ready to ditch the puffer jacket, keep scrolling for the street style guide to what to wear this spring, plus the shopping list you'll need to achieve each look.

School Uniform Styling

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@meganadelaide

Style Notes: We're looking to our school days for style inspiration this May and making like Megan Adelaide with a boxy blazer and cream pleated skirt.

Knitted Dress and Jacket

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@leiasfez

Style Notes: A knitted dress is the unlikely addition to our spring wardrobe. Keep it fresh with a white cropped jacket and '90s baguette bag.

Smock Dress and Flats

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@alexisforeman

Style Notes: The typical thigh-grazing frocks of summer's past have been replaced by voluminous, smock-like styles, as seen on Alexis Foreman. Just add Mary Janes and a minimalist tote.

Printed Co-Ord

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@jordanhulse

Style Notes: What better moment to wear head-to-toe florals? Jordan Hulse is the literal embodiment of spring in this Topshop Boutique co-ord. We love how she has accessorised with a simple pair of gold hoops.

Clashing Layers

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@slipintostyle

Style Notes: Print clashing seems to be the fashion blogger's look du jour this season, and Ellie from Slip Into Style shows us how it's done. Pink stripes plus monochromatic polka dots are a match made in heaven.

Retro-Inspired Separates

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@camillecharriere

Style Notes: Okay, this is officially one of the chicest outfits I've seen all month. Camille gives her classic navy and white ensemble a lift with a statement collar and a pair of tailored flares. Very Parisian It girl.

Suit Up

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@handinfire

Style Notes: A suit is a perennial favourite and this season we're loving the pastel options, like this street style favourite from Tibi. Tiffany's contrasting Rejina Pyo bag makes the look.

Colourful Denim

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@maria_bernad

Style Notes: Green is still fashion's favourite colour. It feels new and exciting when worn in thicker fabrics and layers.

Printed Coat + Jeans

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@asos_lotte

Style Notes: A good mac and jeans with a roll-neck are always go-tos for transitional weather. Lotte gives this look a 2019 update with a snakeskin print and a beaded bag.

Jumper + Slip Skirt

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@joana_staygold

Style Notes: This easy outfit combo is so brilliant because it can take us from winter to spring's early days. If you've already bought your spring slip skirt and can't wait to wear it, pair it with a roll-neck, a jumper and boots.

Dress + Trainers

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@nnennaechem

Style Notes: It's time to re-wear last season's favourite outfit combo: dresses with trainers. Still the easiest and the best for London spring.

Maxi Dress + Trench

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@lucywilliams02

Style Notes: Stocking up on 2019's best dresses already? Take them for a spin by layering them under a long trench or jacket.

Jumpsuits and Heels

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@greceghanem

Style Notes: A jumpsuit is for all seasons but thrives in the early days of spring. Try yours with bold ankle boots or trainers and layer it with a roll-neck underneath on cooler days.

Pastels Together

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@annejohannsen

Style Notes: You can stay warm and still try spring's trending colour combinations. Pastels keep the look fresh and light.