If you’re searching for some fresh fashion inspiration, look no further than Madewell’s “Wanderlust Much?” lookbook. Featuring wardrobe staples paired with trendy, vintage-esque pieces, each outfit is relaxed, fashion-forward, and perfect for early spring.
Want to get the Madewell look on a college girl budget? Scroll on down to check out three effortlessly cool outfits inspired by their latest lookbook:
This outfit is comprised of wardrobe classics, save for one ultra-trendy piece: a suede skirt. We love how it adds an unexpected texture to this otherwise timeless ensemble. Pair the skirt with a navy-and-white striped tee, and tie a denim jacket around your waist. Keep things casual by lacing up some stark white sneakers, then accessorize with several sleek gold rings.
Products: Jacket- H&M, Top- Forever 21, Skirt- Lulu’s, Ring Set- Forever 21, Shoes- Aeropostale
Printed palazzo pants make a stylish statement all on their own, so it’s wise to pair them with classic, no-frills pieces. Balance out the wide leg with comfy-chic black sandals. Add polish with a crisp white blouse, but leave a few buttons undone to show off a delicate gold lariat necklace. Finally, slip on a denim vest to create a cool, rugged vibe.
Product Info: Pants- Ruche, Vest- Abercrombie and Fitch, Necklace- Humble Chic, Shoes- Charlotte Russe, Top- H&M
This last look has a strong ’70s-inspired feel, which is right on trend this season. Start by tucking a peasant blouse into light wash “mom jeans,” then define your waistline with a skinny leather belt. Matching sandals keep the outfit casual, while gold ear crawlers add just the right amount of glimmer. If it’s chilly outside, don’t forget to grab a vintage-look brown suede jacket.
Product Info: Top- Aeropostale, Pants- Topshop, Jacket- Mango, Belt- Dorothy Perkins, Earrings- Lucky Brand, Shoes- Belk
What do you think of Madewell’s latest lookbook? Would you wear any of these outfits? Which one is your favorite? Would you like to see more posts like this? Leave a comment below and tell us your thoughts.