I’m a Stylist and These Are the Dresses, Sets, and Accessories I’m Buying From Amazon’s Big Spring Sale

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I’m a Stylist and These Are the Dresses, Sets, and Accessories I’m Buying From Amazon’s Big Spring Sale

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Now that spring has officially begun, warm weather outfits are constantly on my mind. As a fashion writer and stylist, I keep up with trends as part of my job, and usually, after seeing the same styles over and over, I end up influencing myself to try them, too. The only problem? My budget isn’t endless — which is why I’m taking advantage of Amazon’s Big Spring Sale before it ends on March 25.

After spending way too many hours scrolling, my cart is packed with cute spring dresses, matching sets, jewelry, designer lookalikes, and so much more. The best part is, thanks to all of those Amazon’s Big Spring Sale discounts, none of what I’m buying is over $40.

Of course, like most of my shopping sprees, each pick serves a purpose and my list of goodies has been well thought out. So, if you’re a fashion lover like me and wondering what to buy from Amazon’s Big Spring Sale, allow me to point you in the right direction. Take a look at all my must-haves, ahead, and if you’re into something, don’t wait too long to place your order. In just a few short days, the deals will be gone and you might not find a price this good again.

As a Taurus sun and moon, being comfy is part of my personality. However, rather than stepping out in sweats this season, I’m searching for a sleek, elevated set. This half-zip top and shorts combo
checks all my boxes.

I literally had this dress
in my cart last spring and don’t know why I hesistated. I love the two-tone green color scheme along with the mid-section cutout. It’s one of those easy pieces you can throw on with sneakers or sandals and — bam! — you’re basically ready for the day.

Spring is still kind of chilly, and to be honest, I’m someone who wears sweaters in the summertime, too. That’s why I love this easy, breezy, long-sleeved shirtdress
, which is still warm(ish), but also feels classic and pulled-together.

I recently saw a video where the creator shared a timeless tip: if you’re having a bad hair day, simply throw on a baseball cap. Despite loving hats like these for practical reasons like sun protection, it felt like a lightbulb moment. At just $9 a pop, I plan to stock up on this simple style
, which comes in over 10 different colorways.

They say variety is the spice of life, but splurging on multiple pairs of gold hoops is a bit beyond my budget. This pack
of gold plated (and hypoallergenic!) hoops have some really promising reviews, with people saying they feel like quality and won’t tarnish easily. Into my cart they go!

I enjoy the ease of a bodycon dress but hate anything that’s too form-fitting around my stomach. Enter, this ruched design
, which solves my number one problem while still being basic enough to dress up or down.

The best thing about sets is that they’re basically a two-for-one deal. Sure, you can style these pieces
together, but in reality, you’re getting pants and a tank, which you can wear with tops and bottoms you already own. I’m also still not over Quiet Luxury, and opting for this combo in beige is a cute yet cozy way to nail the aesthetic.

Sadly, Prada’s iconic rectangle sunglasses cost over $400. Until I’m ready to splurge, designer lookalikes will have to do, and this $14 pair
is near-identical.

Dressing for in-between temperatures can be confusing, which is why I’m still investing in sweaters even as the thermometer rises. Year after year, a neutral-colored knit has served me well, and I plan to pair this half-zip
with denim shorts or layer it over dresses.

Polos and rugby shirts have been popping up both on the runway and off, with celebrities like Hailey Bieber giving the trend her stamp of approval. Perhaps that’s why I’m drawn to this statement-making striped dress
, which gives off the same vibe but in a sweeter, one-and-done kind of way.

For me, the spring and summer months signal the start of family gatherings. If invites for bridal and baby showers, communions, holiday celebrations, and backyard barbecues are already rolling in, do yourself a favor and invest in a puff-sleeve midi dress
. It requires minimal effort to slip on yet still comes across as fancy.

My closet is full of crisp white sneakers, but this spring, I’m searching for pieces that will pop. These chunky, woven kicks
are eye-catching enough that they’ll amp up all my basics, and it doesn’t hurt that, despite being less than $40, they look pretty similar to Chloé’s Nama sneakers.

I probably should have put this one first, but finding the perfect spring jacket is one of my main shopping goals. Over the years, I’ve found that bombers
can be pretty versatile — they’re casual and somewhat sporty, but if you choose a shiny or embellished design, they’ll also work with more formal attire. I know I’ll get great use out of this navy pick, which has bold white stripes down the sleeves.

Do I need another fitness set? Technically, no. But this one
is just $24 and reviews claim that it’s soft, supportive, and thick enough that you can’t see through it. I’m sold.

Poplin pajama pants and boxer shorts are definitely having a moment on TikTok, and while I know it won’t be warm-warm for a while on the east coast, these babies
will no doubt be a big part of my laid-back summer wardrobe. For now, I’ll rock them at home styled with an oversized hoodie, but I’m not opposed to wearing them out and about, especially while running errands.

Since there are so many simple dresses and basics on my Amazon Big Spring Sale list, my outfits might need a little something extra. This necklace
gives the illusion that you’ve expertly layered your jewelry, and yellow gold isn’t quite your style, you’ll be able to choose between rose gold and silver.

Matching vest sets
are the two-piece trend that continues to be a favorite among the fashion crowd. This structured shorts suit nails the look, and while it appears expensive at first glance, it actually costs $34.

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