25 April 2024


Spring Into Style: Update Your Capsule Wardrobe

a man in a blue denim jacket and blue jeans standing next to another man in a white t

Every season brings a fresh opportunity to update your wardrobe. And what better way to do it than by curating your capsule wardrobe for spring? Sometimes creating those transitional looks can be a challenge. Find your new staple pieces and navigate outfit ideas with our guide that blends fashion and functionality.


Foundations first. To begin building your spring capsule wardrobe, it is important to have a good selection of bottoms that offer style and comfort. You can never go wrong with timeless denim staples, like a loose-fit or straight jeans. Think of James Dean's iconic look from the 1950s — his fashion will never go out of style.
a woman in a hat and blue jeans standing in front of a mirror
For a more lightweight option, check out cargo pants. If you want to combine this style with denim, then the carpenter jeans are perfect for you. The ideal blend for outdoor fans that like function and style. For the even warmer days, we have the solution. Want the short answer? Consider adding a good pair of shorts or skirt to your collection.
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The next step is to pair your chosen bottoms with the right top. Go for a classic staple like a white tee, remember James Dean? For colder days, opt for long-sleeved options or embrace the craft of layering. Consider adding a knitted sweater or cardigan to give an extra dimension to your look.
a man in a hat and blue denim jacket standing in front of a mirror


Complete your spring outfits with the perfect outerwear pieces and accessories that underline your personality. Invest in a good transitional jacket, like a trench coat or denim jacket for dressing up or down. Mix and match textures, ever thought of experimenting with double denim for a statement look? Accessories give that finishing touch to your outfit, for example by adding a cap for that sporty attire.
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