6 Spring Trends That Play Nice with Things You Already Have in Your Closet

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Spring, we’ve been waiting all our life for you. (At least that’s what it feels like.) And now that you’re here, we want to wear every last trend, whether or not our wallet can keep up. But it doesn’t have to be that way—we’re mixing these six trends with stuff we already own, so we don’t go broke before the rosé even starts flowing.

7 Spring Fashion Trends and the Best Under-$100 Versions of Each

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Have Pastels: Buy Tie-dye

Yes, soft hues are huge for spring. Good thing we already have plenty in our closet. Make it 2019 by pairing blush pinks and powder blues with tie-dyed T-shirts and sweaters. Hello, work-ready.

Get the look: Something Navy ($29); Topshop ($40); Proenza Schouler PSWL ($195)

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Have A Boyfriend Blazer: Buy Bike Shorts

A good blazer will never go out of style, but you can make yours au courant by wearing it with spring’s most controversial trend: bike shorts. Not convinced? How cute does this gal look?

Get the look: Make + Model ($25); Ivy Park ($30); Alo ($56)

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Have Statement Earrings: Buy A Padded Headband

If bold earrings are your thing, kick them up a notch with a padded headband, early '90s-style. No, it won’t look like too much, and yes, everyone will think you’re an influencer.

Get the look: Tasha ($25); House of Lafayette ($129); Lele Sadoughi ($150)

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Have A Neutral Sweater: Buy A Neon Handbag

We get it, the neon trend is loud. But it’s easier to pull off than you think. Start small with an electric clutch that adds to your outfit but doesn’t overwhelm it. Then, when you’re feeling adventurous, pair it with even more neon.

Get the look: Parisa Wang ($245); Balenciaga ($690); Calvin Klein 204W39NYC ($1,150)

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Have Knee-high Boots: Buy An ’80s-inspired Dress

If you bought into the knee-high boot trend this past fall, keep them in rotation by pairing them with another major spring trend: a floaty, puffy-sleeve dress. 

Get the look: AFRM ($138); Reformation ($248); Cult Gaia ($786)

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Have Relaxed Jeans: Buy A Denim Jacket

The MVP of spring fashion? Matching sets. Make your go-to dungarees feel brand new by rocking a jean jacket in the same wash.

Get the look: Topshop jeans ($70); Topshop denim jacket ($80)

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