5 New Fashion Pieces To Freshen Up Your Wardrobe

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If you are looking to freshen up your wardrobe without buying ridiculous cullottes or other unwearable trendy items here are a few ideas of our own on how to do it. These spring must-haves are great because they’ve been around for a few seasons and aren’t just going away. And one unusual/crazy accessory would never hurt to have just in case.

Brown Lunch Bag

SMK bags

by SMK

No I’m not offering you to carry an actual lunch bag around, but you can find a fashionable paper bag-like bag from SMK in a variety of colors and finishes. The bag features a front folding and a clip and can replace a good ol’ clutch as a fresh new accessory.

Sporty Skirt


Danielle of WeWoreWhat

With athleisure being the biggest fashion/street style trend for the past couple of seasons you simply can’t stand out in leggings anymore. So why not choose a bright eye-catchy athletic skirt that can also go well with your casual garb? Besides it’s much easier to pull off with sneakers.

Sleeveless Turtleneck

Krystal Bick

Krystal Bick of ThisTimeTomorrow

Sleeveless turtlenecks are sexy. They are perfect for spring time and currently come in a variety of designs. There are cropped thin turtlenecks, knitted chunky turtlenecks, and of course long assymetric turtlenecks that will definitely bring a touch of diversity into your wardrobe. Also, turtleneck dress!

Athletic Crop Top

Kate Hudson's street style

Kate Hudson wearing a Fabletics Moorea sports crop top and Alice + Olivia pants

Buy a crop top that could double as a sports bra to always be ready for an improptu workout or simply ride the wave of amazing athleisure trend that gave us so many gorgeous athletic designs. Besides crop top trend isn’t going anywhere any time soon.

Fun Printed T-Shirt

StyleStalker Karl Lagerfeld tee

Suyapa Lucy Hernandez of Lucy’s Whims

Forgot about the last time you wore a printed tee? Don a pop culture/fashion aware printed T-shirt with your jeans or cut-offs this spring for an easy and fashionable look that you can also turn into a casual chic outfit like did blogger Suyapa Lucy Hernandez.

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.