6 Spring Staples Every Closet Needs

Spring Staples Every Closet Needs | Fashion | Laura Canada
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As the days become longer, warmer and brighter, many of us are reminded that spring is a season of new beginnings. With rising temperatures and blooming bulbs come fresh fashion finds, newfound favourites and the welcome opportunity to revamp our wardrobes. While the thought of changing up your style may seem daunting at first, there’s really no reason to agonize over what to wear in the coming months. By adding just a few easy essentials to your rotation, you’ll find that getting dressed is a breeze.

Let us help you get your closet spring-ready with six must-have items you can wear for work and play.


1. The Relaxed-Fit Pants

Whether you’re making a slow return to the office, or continuing to work from home, loose-fitting bottoms with a polished feel continue to be a worthy alternative to our run-down sweats. Swap your leggings and joggers for a roomy silhouette you can wear with a blouse for a boardroom meeting, or pair with a laid-back tee for everyday wear.

Relaxed-Fit Pants
Side-Slit Pull-On Pants

2. The Button-Up Blouse

No wardrobe is complete without a classic button-up blouse – an essential style that comes in countless forms, from crisp white designs to poplin pieces with varying twists. You can even opt for a pretty print that matches seamlessly with jeans and trousers alike. The possibilities are endless with this seasonless staple that will carry you through spring and beyond.

Paisley Print Blouse
Paisley Print Blouse

3. The No-Fuss Shirtdress

If you’re looking for the versatility of a shirt and the comfort of a dress, why not wear a combination of the two? Just as your go-to button-ups will take you from season to season, so too will an effortless shirtdress. Sport it as a standalone piece or layer it with a lightweight knit for added charm.

Floral Print Shirtdress
Floral Print Shirtdress
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4. The Embellished Jeans

Embellished denim is key this spring. A trend you may remember from the early 2000s, this season’s styles include everything from subtle embroidery and delicate appliqués to shimmery sequins and standout studs. If you don’t already have a pair of jewelled jeans in your closet, now’s the time to update your denim repertoire.

Rhinestone Detail Straight Leg Jeans
Rhinestone Detail Straight Leg Jeans
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5. The Smart Casual Blazer

The perfect complement to bedazzled jeans is a structured blazer in a new-season hue. Embody a relaxed yet refined vibe with a flawless denim and jacket combo you can wear any day of the week. For a more corporate feel, style your blazer with tailored trousers.

Single-Button Crepe Blazer
Single-Button Crepe Blazer

6. The-Reinvented-Trench

What better way to get you in the mood for spring than with a timeless trench coat? Lighten up your outerwear with a classic design featuring modern finishes. Artful details, such as contrast borders and buttons, will add a contemporary feel to this iconic silhouette.


Novelti - Contrast Detail Trench Coat
Novelti – Contrast Detail Trench Coat

What’s your favourite spring style? Let us know in the comments section below.

Written by Sarah Sussman

Born and raised in the city of endless festivals and world-famous gastronomy, Sarah considers herself a true Montrealer. From the undeniably genius blend of squeaky cheese curds, fries and gravy to the breathtakingly beautiful European-inspired architecture, it’s easy for this city girl to find plenty to love in the place she is proud to call home. When she is not enjoying time with her family and seriously contemplating whether to order sushi or pizza while at home with her husband and kids, Sarah is likely pushing herself to the limit through intense boxing workouts and trying her very hardest not to jaywalk.

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