5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

When the weather warms up, there are just some spring fashion essentials your closet shouldn’t be without, and we’ve got a few favorites.

If the idea of spending lots of money on new pieces makes you cringe, then you’ll be happy to know that everything in our spring fashion roundup is under $100! Whether your style is classic, trendy, or somewhere in between, you can now indulge in the latest looks without breaking the bank. From a simple maxi skirt to a sweet romper, we’ve got a variety of pieces that will mix and match seamlessly with so much of what you already have.

1. Basic Lounge Dress

5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

Easy, simple, comfy, and cool, this mini dress is a wardrobe must-have. The lightweight, semi-sheer design makes it perfect for spring, and the neutral white will go with practically everything. Great for beach trips or evening escapades, this piece can be dressed up or down. It would look just as good with sneakers as it would with ankle booties, and can stand to be accessorized with statement jewelry. Priced at $88.

2. High Rise Denim Shorts

5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

High rise denim shorts are a sign of the times, but they’re great for smoothing tummies and keeping things taut, so you won’t find us complaining. In fact, this short style would make a great spring fashion staple thanks to its trendy versatility. Whether you’re planning for a festival or a flea market, these shorts are perfect for casual outings. Pair them with a crop top and cardigan, a bodysuit, or a graphic tee and your favorite sneakers for a few easy spring outfits. Priced at $49.

3. Cute and Conservative Romper

5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

Rompers are essentially adult onesies, which means (a) they’re easy, (b) they’re perfect for spring, and (c) we freaking love them! With a top and bottom in one, rompers take the guess work out of how to put together a look, and they’re easy to style. This piece would look great with wedges, flats, or heels, and only really needs a handbag and some everyday jewelry to complete the outfit. Conservative cuts are a great choice because they’ll take you further than just the beach. Priced at $72.

4. Casual Cropped Pants

5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

Cropped bottoms are great for spring because they’ll keep you slightly warmer on cool nights, and they’re easy to mix and match with tops and shoes. This particular pair features cargo style pockets and detailed stitch work that lends an easy, weekender feel. Pair with tanks, tees, bodysuits, and cardigans on top. And try flatforms, mules, boat shoes, sneakers, and loafers on your feet. Priced at $98.

5. Simple Maxi Skirt

5 Spring Fashion Essentials Under $100: Friday Finds

If you like skirts, then there’s no reason not to have a maxi skirt (or ten) for warmer weather. The long length elongates the body, offers a more conservative length, and may even save you from having to shave (worth its weight in gold, if you ask us!). Pair this maxi with different fitted tanks and tees, bodysuits, and even crop halters and swimsuits. Wrap tie ankle sandals would be adorable, but elevated shoes like espadrilles and chunky heels would look great, too. Priced at $28.90.

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