If all this talk about spring fashion has you bursting at the seams to buy something and simultaneously sweating over your budget, you are in luck. Today’s Under $100 story is jam-packed with amazing spring pieces and—you guessed it!—each piece is priced well under $100. Better yet, we have several pieces that reference major spring runway trends, so don’t delay—click through to check out these budget-friendly buys, because they won’t last long!
Metallic Yarn Skirt ($55) by Mango
Why we like it: This cute tweedy skirt hints at the sporty-chic trend thanks to its drawstring waist, but it doesn’t overwhelm. We would tuck a soft white tee into the waist and then pair it with black ankle booties or a pair of flat sandals.
Wide Printed Trousers ($60) by Zara
Why we like it: These pajama-style pants are having a major moment right now—and for good reason. They are super easy to dress up—just add platform heels and a silky blouse—but they are also perfect for a casual Sunday afternoon shopping trip.
Gold-Plated Beaded Tassel Earrings ($60) by Kenneth Jay Lane
Why we like it: Statement earrings are huge right now, but we also love the color combination. The black tassel gives these earrings a smart and sophisticated feel, while the pretty jade-green beads add a pop of color—in a very glam way.
Dolman Colorblock Top ($56) from Pixie Market
Why we like it: This top is perfect for those days when you want to wear something comfortable and chic all at once. Thanks to the bright colors and bold print, you can simply throw this on with jeans and ballet flats and head out the door.
Amy Dress ($78) by Nasty Gal x MINKPINK
Why we like it: Really, is there anything bad about this dress? The bright tangerine hue makes it the perfect dress for spring, the flattering bandage silhouette means you can wear it night and day, and the mesh panel makes gives it an on-trend twist.
Pastel Pop Top ($26) by West Coast Wardrobe
Why we like it: This top is so easy and breezy, pastels are a major spring trend, and it can be worn in so many ways. We would pair it with jeans and flats right now, then swap those out for cut-offs and sandals as the weather warms.
Skinny Jeans ($68) by ASOS
Why we like it: As you know, printed jeans are one of the biggest trends right now, but we also love these jeans because they quickly and easily brighten any outfit. We recommend letting the bold print speak for itself by pairing these with a white tee.
Thrifty Eyes Dress ($78) by Free People
Why we like it: A little white dress is a must-have for spring, but we particularly like the shift silhouette and crochet on this dress. Plus, it will look just as amazing with sandals and a fedora as it will with pumps and piles of jewelry.