Put Some Spring Style in Your Step With May Launches from Keds, H&M, and More
If you're looking for somewhere to spend that well-deserved tax return, we've got you. In fact, we've found quite a few pieces of the hottest new May fashion worth investing in. So before we slide into summer style, scroll on to shop the best late-spring launches from Keds, H&M, Bombas, and more.
PUMA x Barbie ($35+): We're feeling some serious throwback vibes from this special edition collab. In honor of the legendary doll's 60th anniversary, Barbie and Puma have partnered to create a '90s-inspired line featuring biker shorts, tees, track jackets, leggings, and even a pastel version of the iconic Nova sneaker.
Marais x Alex Mill ($225+): Alex Mill's first ever women's collab with LA-based shoe designer Marais is pure gingham goodness. Go with heeled or flat mules — both entirely vegan — for all midi skirt and mom jean outfit wins.
ThirdLove Nursing Bra Collection ($72): Calling all new mamas: The popular mail order underwear company just launched a line of maternity bras you'll *actually* want to wear. Available in sizes B through I, the Pima cotton styles feature gold hardware and are designed to help you feel comfortable without sacrificing your personal style.
Happy x Nature ($48+): Eco-friendly is in and Kate Hudson knows it. Her specially curated new clothing line is made primarily from recycled denim and organic cotton, and it's just the sophisticated boho meets whimsical cowgirl blend we've been looking for. Shop ruffled jumpsuits, floral dresses, and statement sleeved tops to round out your spring-to-summer wardrobe.
Marine Layer Re-Spun ($52+): From the retro-inspired, quintessentially California brand, comes a line of new t-shirts made from old t-shirts. The Re-Spun capsule was made from a waterless process that creates quite possibly the world's softest 100 percent recycled tees. "We’ve always tried to make the best possible products in a responsible way and part of that has been trying to find a solution to textile waste," says Michael Natenshon, CEO of Marine Layers. "This innovative program is an extension of that goal made possible by our awesome community and our experience developing best-in-class fabrics."
H&M Conscious Collection ($7+): Our favorite fast fashion retailer continues their shift to sustainability with the boho-chic Conscious Collection. Giving a sophisticated update to prairie style, the selection includes tiered skirts, off-the-shoulder florals, lots of bell sleeves, and boho twists on classic patterns and prints — all made from organic and sustainably-sourced fabric.
Betty & Veronica x Keds ($60+): Calling all Riverdale fans: The cool kicks of your comic dreams have been realized. Add a little spring to your step with six classic Keds silhouettes featuring iconic Betty & Veronica pop art and velvet and denim touches for a little added pizazz.
Bombas T-Shirt Collection ($36): If you own a pair of Bombas socks, then you're probably as excited about this launch as we are. If not, get ready for a really fabulous basic tee for your warm weather wardrobe. Bonus: Just like their socks, with each t-shirt purchase, a tee is given to someone in need. Look good, do good, feel good. Repeat.
Josefinas x Bukky Baldwin ($320): Looking for a mule with a little extra 'tude, look no further. This shoe collab celebrates individuality, color, and imagination with whimsical illustrations and details. Each pair is worked on by eight different Portuguese artists, taking up to four hours to complete.
Judith Leiber Jewelry ($50+): From Tommy Hilfiger's partner Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger comes an accessible luxury jewelry collection for all our nostalgia-lovers out there. Take your pick from over 500 pieces of 14K yellow gold-plated sterling silver and brass statement pieces for the season's accessory win. Ear cuffs and climbers, signet rings, and charm bracelets are just a few of the bold styles to choose from.
Richer Poorer Scoop Bralette ($28): Everyone needs this bra. The newest bralette style offers slightly more coverage and security while staying true to the sexy versatility we've come to love from this brand.
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