The time has come for us to start thinking about stowing our sweaters away until fall and shopping for some new spring pieces. Finally, am I right?… This winter has been 10 years long. Spring fashion may not be in full swing just yet, but there are already some standout pieces that fashion girls are documenting on their feeds.
When you think of “It” items, you probably think of the latest designer bag or Bottega Veneta shoes with a mile-long waitlist. But It items don’t have to cost $1k or more. Anything can be an It item if it’s popular enough and/or cool enough. That can mean a pair of $50 shoes from Zara or a cheap merch T-shirt. So in celebration of warmer weather ahead, I found a handful of early-spring It items, as well as some items that are so special, I’m convinced they’ll sell out in a flash.
Ready to upgrade your spring wardrobe for much less than $1k? Scroll to shop 18 current and future It items for spring.
Fashion girls eat up anything Réalisation makes, so it’s no surprise that its newly released sweats are an instant hit.
Réalisation Réal Sweatshirt ($89)
Shop the matching Sweatpants ($89).
Something to remember about spring is that it can still be kind of chilly. Embrace the season with a fun cardigan in a seasonal shade. The cult-favorite House of Sunny cardigan is as Instagram-worthy as it gets.
House of Sunny Island Peggy Cardi Top ($123)
If you’re still not over Bridgerton, Reformation sees you with this beyond perfect print. The Cera Top is sold out but luckily, it comes in plenty of other forms.
Reformation Arancini Top ($148)
Adults are wearing Y2K jewelry alongside their gold pieces and we’re here for it. The Spanish brand La Manso, which has become a fast celebrity favorite, is the most covetable of them all.
La Manso I Purple You Set ($161)
These upcycled tops are constantly sold out, so I strongly advise you to preorder yours now.
Sami Miro Vintage Asymmetric Short Sleeve Top ($200)
When two It brands collide, beautiful things happen. Such is the case with the new Ganni x Levi’s collaboration, which fashion girls are understandably scooping up.
Ganni x Levi’s Jersey Graphic Tee ($115)
Ugg made “ugly slippers” cool, and the popularity of the Oh Yeah slides are the latest proof of that. Tip: Most of the fans of these slides opt for one of the crazy colors.
Ugg Oh Yeah Slides ($100)
These wildly popular earrings just restocked last week and they’re already sold out in gold. Snag the silver ones while you can.
Missoma Silver Medium Chubby Hoop Earrings ($115)
Given how quickly these logo socks are selling out, they could be the new Nike socks. They may be pricey for socks, but they’re certainly not pricey for Jacquemus.
Jacquemus Intarsia-Logo Socks ($45)
Shop More Items With “It” Potential
Staud Ollie Bag ($250)
If you can swing it, $250 for an adorable Staud bag you’ll carry over and over is well worth it.
Reformation Emmy Ecostretch Jumpsuit ($118)
Reformation’s first activewear collection just launched last week and this is the item that’s already selling out.
Jacquemus Le Bob Gadjo Hat ($100)
There are too many good Jacquemus accessories right now to include just one. I’ll be sad if this sells out before it’s mine.
Dôen Elba Top ($168)
Pretty much anything from Dôen’s new spring collection could be an It item, but I chose this top because I want it.
Zara High Heeled Sandals with Knot Detail ($60)
There’s a lot going on with these shoes and I love it all (including the price).
Miaou Elvis Pants ($125)
Cropped flare knit pants feel so fresh and forward these days. Bonus: They’re very comfortable.
House of Aama x Octavia Tomyn Tote ($80)
Shopbop is selling this buzzy brand’s capsule collection of totes featuring the work of female illustrators. Good luck choosing just one.
Rixo Misha Ruffled Floral-Print Cotton Blouse ($190)
This cool color-blocked blouse has all the makings of an It item.
Nike NP Pants ($80)
I predict fashion girls will be eager to swap their sweatpants and leggings out for these trackpants.
Frankie Shop Jaimie Oversized Cotton-Jersey Sweatshirt and Shorts Set ($130)
Frankie Shop is one of the rare It brands that’s as reasonably priced as it is cool. This set is exactly what I want to wear to lounge this spring.
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