Dressing through the Spring months can be tricky, but a few essential pieces can help you dress up or down — no matter the weather!
We’ve been curating a lot more sustainable fashion stories here on TCM over the last few years, and that’s because sustainable fashion is finally happening! There are so many incredible brands creating looks we actually want to wear these days, and we’re excited to see
10 Sustainable Essentials To Wear This Spring 2023
Losano Madera Rib Cardigan | Nothing is more versatile through changing temps than a good cardigan. Losano’s separates are knit on-demand using state-of-the-art 3D knitting machines and produce virtually zero waste. This rib cardigan fits like a dream on it’s own or, if you shop two sizes up, is perfect for layering.
St. Roche sissy mini dress | If you’re obsessed with the St. Roche brand’s famous Sissy sweater, take the puff-sleeved look head-to-toe with their adorable version of a sweater dress. Pair with a coat, boots and wool tights now, and simply wear with flats once the weather warms.
spiritual gangster icon Bodysuit | What’s easier than leggings? Full-body leggings—also known as the bodysuit. Wear this flattering and surprisingly comfortable version with a puffer and socks now, a denim jacket, button up or belt pack later!
alohas linen kaede Trouser | These linen pants from Alohas can do it all. Pair them with a sweater for the office, then wear with a matching crop top while on spring break! A faded blue trouser like this one can sub in for a good pair of wide leg denim like nobody’s business.
the perfect Trench coat | Trends may come and go, but a trench coat is forever. One of spring’s most timeless layers, we’ve been fixated on FREY’s well-tailored classic grey checked trench for monochromatic layering and Spell’s organic cotton flannelette trench with this playful pink tartan print.Artizia stunt parachute pants | You may assume that cargo or parachute pants look better on Brad Pitt, but trust us when we say you’ll look great in these and soon be hooked on them for errands, hang time at home and beyond. While cargo and parachute pants may not top your list of trends you’re dying to wear, trust us when we say that they are here to stay and can be styled in a fun way.
reformation’s ida cashmere Sleeveless dress | If you’re a “turtleneck kind of gal” (name that film reference!), then extend your fixation to mockneck sweater dresses as well. There’s little more versatile come the unpredictable weather of late spring than a sleeveless dress like this one. Use as a base layer under coats and cardigans, then strip down as the weather warms.
chunky lug sole Mules | Madewell’s classic Bradley loafers have a super-chunky lug sole — a nod to the 90’s, and yet totally modern. Pair them with everything from trousers to denim, tights and mini skirts. We’re loving this season’s heavy loafers paired with a lace sock!
Almost a lug sole boot—but perfect for those days when the temp fluctuates, these modern slip-ons from the queen of modern California dressing have also become a TCM reader favorite, and no spring fashion round-up would be complete without them!
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