We're ready to live life in spring in full swing, so shed your winter layers and lean into the warmer months ahead. In celebration of this seasonal shift, we're planning our spring break lewks, trying tricky 2019 trends, and shopping all the newness from designers we know, and some we don't — yet. Scroll on for the freshest March finds from ban.do, Outdoor Voices, Summersalt, and more!
Summersalt Cloud 9 Pajamas ($95): Loungewear is appropriate no matter what the weather may bring, and Summersalt's latest release proves it. Live your cutest and coziest life in a PJ set that includes buttery soft, wide leg, drawstring pants and a button-up top. Oh, and you can monogram them, too.
Teva x Herschel ($120): Every '90s kid can appreciate a good Teva sandal. And if you happened to miss this throwback style, good news — it's back and bigger than ever! Which is precisely why we can't wait to get our feet in the limited-edition Hurricane XLT2 Alp Sandal. Fashion meets function when Herschel's signature carryall look melds with Teva's outdoor heritage vibes to create a rose and grey colorway we'll be wearing with or without socks this spring and beyond.
Chico's No Stain No Iron Shirt ($80+): This stain-proof twist on Chico's classic No-Iron Shirt is everything we've been wanting in a white button-down. Flattering and wrinkle-free, the No Stain No Iron Shirt is coated with a repellant that protects against Coke, salad dressing, coffee, ketchup, and best of all — red wine spills. Pick from solids or patterns and your spring wardrobe is pretty much good to go. We'll be adding at least *two* to cart, TYVM.
self-portrait x Lee ($200+): You can expect plenty of sculptural cuts and ruffles from this exciting collab that gives fabulous new meaning to the Canadian tux. Choose from a body contouring dress, a bustier, a jacket, flared culottes, and plenty of other pieces in black and dark blue washes.
Keds x Dusen Dusen ($70): This iconic footwear brand just partnered with home goods designer Ellen van Dusen to create a funky fresh twist on the classic Champion and it's allllll good, y'all. Featuring three playful patterns and crazy vibrant colors, the collection will give you vacation vibes even when you're stuck at work. "Keds is the first sneaker company to make shoes for women, which I think is so cool," says van Dusen. "I'm happy to be working with a brand that has such forward thinking at its core and has opened the world up for women in a such a novel way."
ALEXACHUNG x Sunglass Hut ($179): Channeling some serious '70s vibes, this limited-edition selection of sunnies is rife with exactly the spring break styles we've been longing for. The retro shapes and warm colorways are answering to the retro fashion trends that we're seeing just about everywhere RN. "I’ve always gravitated towards vintage frames when it comes to putting together an outfit, and this is the same approach I took when it came to researching for design," says Alexa Chung. "I revisited iconic moments in film and music to make a variety of styles that feel both timeless and timely." Pair with everything this spring. Look fabulous.
Alex Mill ($35+): Originally launched in 2012, Alex Mill set out to make the perfect men's shirt. Today, with the help of a new creative director (formerly of J.Crew and Madewell) the company has impressively pivoted to include a women's collection chock full of wardrobe essentials, versatile button-downs, and the cutest jumpsuits we ever did see. Consider your spring uniform, found.
Alice Cicolini Bridal Capsule Collection ($2,500+): Building on the success of her candy pave collection, this new capsule boasts gorgeous champagne diamond, sapphire, emerald, and ruby engagement rings. Wear solo or pair with an equally unusual wedding band from the iconic candy band series that delivers an elevated and timeless bridal look.
Rachel Roy Collection Contemporary ($69+): Rachel Roy's spring campaign is the definition of fashion with a mission. In partnership with The F Project, the collection aims to raise the profile of San Francisco-based, female founders from growing brands like Farmgirl Flowers, Thirdlove, and Urban Remedy, among others. The new clothing collection includes professional yet trendy pieces with lots of neon, sheer florals, and polka dots.
STAUD Shoe Launch ($225+): So much YAS for this launch, y'all. Editor and influencer fave fashion brand STAUD is finally giving us even *more* of what we want. Made in Portugal, this exciting new line is comprised of six styles with names like Billie, Gina, Astrid, and Rio. We know, so dang cute. These footwear looks translate to a wedge slide, a strappy sandal, a stamped slide, a sandal, a heeled sandal, and a flip-flop style. "In the same way I started with handbags, I thought of footwear," says co-creative director Sarah Staudinger. "There still isn’t anything at this price point that, for lack of better terms, is chic and practical. Everything is embellished and nothing is simple. We wanted to offer versatility a great bang for your buck when it comes to shoes that make a statement for every day."
Madeleine Thompson x Spiritual Gangster ($148+): A love for yoga and cozy clothes has brought these two brands back together for a second collab and the result is a solid collection of amped up spring basics that are playfully designed and spring-ready. Stripes and embroidery decorate the six-piece capsule that includes knit sweaters, jackets, jumpsuits, joggers — and the newest addition of beanies and headbands.
Lunya 'Cozy Cotton Silk' Collection ($88+, Available 3/2): Get your Saturday lounge on in a lightweight knit collection that's as polished as it is snuggly. Breathable cotton blends with thermo-regulating silk to deliver effortless layering pieces that are non-itchy and easy to care for. No, seriously — each garment comes with a freezer sleeve so you can care for your knits without making trips to the spendy dry cleaner. Now *this* is the future of fashion.
The Reformation x Cosabella Collection ($24+): The sustainability experts at Reformation brought their values to the luxe lingerie table and the results are an oh-so-sexy eight-piece assemblage. Each gorgeous garment is cut and sewn in Italy and made with over 50 percent recycled materials, so you can look and feel damn good for the double win.
Caterpillar Intruder ($100, Available 3/15): Meet the '90s throwback power sneaker of your 2019 dreams. Due to crazy US demand, the Intruder style is being pulled from Cat's foreign archives (circa 1996), and being released here for the very first time. We'll take a pair of both the black *and* the white color ways to pair with all our trendy spring lewks.
Misty Copeland x Under Armour ($40+): This stylishly versatile collection was designed to be the athleisure that actually transitions with your life. From the gym to dinner, Copeland's newest UA line is all about bold colors, innovative cuts, and really flattering designs. Designs include embroidery and technical lace detailing combined with UA’s signature stretchy Breathelux fabric. "My favorite thing about this line in particular is the mixing of shapes — the high-waisted leggings and these amazing inserts — that I feel make you look lean and long, but also combine different bits of structure that add a more street-style flare," says Copeland. Make your spring wardrobe pop with the addition of breathable crop tops, legging sets, sweaters, tanks, tees, joggers, and skirts.
Draper James x Helen Jon Swim Collection ($67+): Draper James' first ever swimsuit line drops just in time for spring break and all the sunny beach days ahead. The supportive fits and classic designs that Helen Jon delivers is modernly mashed-up with Draper James' Southern aesthetic to deliver on-trend swimwear, rash guards, cover-ups, and beachy dresses. “We are thrilled to offer this staple with Helen Jon, a brand known for its excellent quality and fit. I can’t wait to see our customers wearing the pieces,” says founder and creative director Reese Witherspoon.
Pari Passu ($95+): An entire line designed specifically for curvy babes? Yes, please. Pari Passu has put in the time and analyzed data to develop their very own system with the pursuit of fit perfection in mind. The 14-piece collection is made for women size 14 and above and is ALL about sophisticated separates that can easily be worn together.
Outdoor Voices Studio ($12+): Designed for our fave endorphin-boosting and bendy activities, the Studio Collection gives us a *really* good reason to get motivated this spring. Made from OV's signature (and uber soft) FreeForm fabric, each leotard, unitard, pair of shorts, and high-rise leggings has a feminine cut and limited seams for the workout win.
3x1 x Jason Wu Collection ($225+): Experience denim reimagined in this collaborative nod to urban architecture. Sharp angles, geometric paneling, and contrasting thread upgrade an exciting spring collection of slim fit jeans, trousers, shorts, and long skirts.
THE ARRIVALS x Madhappy AER Puffer Jacket ($445): The snow may be melting but we're not giving up our outer layers just yet. This limited-edition, Martian pink version of THE ARRIVALS best-selling down jacket includes Madhappy’s “Local Optimist" lettering embossed onto the jacket's cuff and across the back paneling.
Nasty Gal Vintage Collection ($30+): In its latest unveiling, Nasty Gal graces the fashion world with a limited-edition, one-of-a-kind drop we just can't get enough of. If you're loving the light-wash denim, tie-dye, and oversized t-shirt trends of today, you'll want to shop this nostalgia-inducing set.
Naturalizer 27 EDIT Capsule Collection ($120+): Every out-of-office adventure calls for really comfy shoes. Thanks to Naturalizer's decade of expertise in simple yet elegant footwear design, we've finally found the collection we'll be trusting all season and beyond. Choose from a wide variety of styles that include elegant stilettos, block heels, platforms, and strappy flat sandals.
Ashley Graham x SFA Collection ($48+): Inspired by her childhood love for rollerblading and all things '90s, Graham's 10-piece size inclusive range features a monokini style along with all the sexy neons and retro accessories a vacation-bound gal could ask for.
Justina Blakeney Jungalow Travel Collection for Target ($8+): We're officially one season closer to summer vacation and it's never too early to prepare. Designer and artist Blakeney is giving us all the reasons to buy new luggage with an affordable spread that's as pretty as it is functional. Inspired by her global travels, the 15-piece offering includes all the tropical colors and signature hand-drawn patterns we've come to expect from Blakeney.
Quiksilver Women's Collection ($35+): Shaping surf fashion since 1969, this is actually Quiksilver's second women's apparel launch and we're *here* for all of it. The spring/summer line's "Feeling Fine Since '69" beach theme is brought to life via sun-soaked denim, boxy camp shirts, and retro-inspired swimwear that we'll be wearing for the rest of 2019.
American Apparel FORWARD Performance Activewear ($28+): Back and better than ever, American Apparel's first ever line of exceptionally soft, lightweight, and gym-ready attire is bound to make you *want* to sweat. Leggings, bike shorts, and damn cute bras are just a few of the pieces that are ideal for a busy girl's life — in and out of the gym.
Jessica Simpson x Maternity Motherhood Capsule Collection ($78+): Embrace your bb bump in a limited-edition capsule that's sophisticated and comfortable. With just seven pieces, Simpson brings on modern boho vibes in versatile separates, denim, and trendy patterned dresses. "Leopard has been my go-to neutral lately," says Simpson about the collection's Twist Front Dress ($88). "It's perfect for work, date nights, or showers!"
MM.LaFleur Ath-Suitable ($90+): We love any company whose mission supports female success in the workplace. MM.LaFleur is doing just that by designing workwear to empower women to do their very best work while looking and feeling sophisticated AF. Ath-Suitable's spring silhouettes are designed to be versatile, flexible, and elevated — just like you.
Genie by Eugenia Kim ($38+): Created for the young at heart "Genie Girl," Kim's newest hat collection is trendy yet totally timeless. Pick from a selection of seasonally-appropriate styles that include newsboys, head wraps, and straw hats in the season's most popular patterns.
ban.do Leisure Club Loungewear Collection ($48+): A girl's night in always calls for playfully patterned pajamas. This eight piece loungewear assortment includes floral and striped jammies and graphic tees made from super soft cotton poplin.
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