Welcoming Spring: DIY Outfits You Can Make for the Warm Months Ahead 

The changing of the seasons means the changing of the wardrobe. If your winter wardrobe is ready to be stored away, you’re definitely in need of some fresh and stylish pieces that are going to help you confidently walk into spring! We’ve put together a selection of our favorite DIY spring outfits that you can make just in time for warmer months!

1. Wrap Ruffle Skirt 

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We’ve been wearing tight and warm pants all winter long so spring is the perfect time to let our legs breathe a little! Make this gorgeous wrap ruffle skirt by following the tutorial at A Pair & A Spare and you’ll be able to wear it well into the summer months as well!

2. Buttoned Plaid Skirt 

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Plaid is always in, no matter what season is currently holding the reins! Swap your oversized plaid shirt for this charming front buttoned midi skirt we found at Merrick’s Art. It’s the perfect sunny day piece – elegant and breezy, just how you want it to be!

3. Breezy Floral Tee 

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Spring is the time when we finally start wearing T-shirts again and only wear a light jacket over them when we go outside. You’ll definitely want to keep a thin T-shirt on hand, so head over to It’s Always Autumn to get the tutorial for this breezy floral tee!

4. Simple Linen Top

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Another light top can be made from linen, which is a great material to wear in the warmer seasons. It feels soft against your skin and there is no heaviness about it! To add one to your personal collection of spring tops, please head over to The Thread!

5. Wide Leg Striped Pants 

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The best thing about DIY fashion is the fact that you can make a super trendy piece that looks like a million bucks and still make sure that it’s the most comfortable thing you’ve ever worn. These wide leg striped pants by Loves Punk are the perfect example!

6. Spring Maxi Dress 

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When cold temperatures go out, maxi dresses come in! They are the perfect choice of a dress for the in-between period when the weather is shifting between warm and chilly. They are airy, long and fashionable. Find out all about them at The Creative Spark!

7. Cocoon Cardigan 

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As the snow melts, coats get swapped for light cardigans! The cocoon cardigans are super trendy right now, because of their unique design and cozy feeling when you’re wearing them. Make a basic cocoon cardigan, following the guidance by Sew in Love!

8. Sweater Wrap 

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The seasons that fall between winter and summer tend to have unpredictable weather and can go from warm to cold in a matter of minutes! This no-sew sweater wrap is the perfect piece of clothing to wear in spring and fall thanks to its genius design! Find out the details at A Beautiful Mess.

9. Sleeveless Blazer 

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We love blazers! They are elegant and professional, but comfortable enough for you to joyfully wear them every day over a light tee. If you love the style of the blazer but think the long sleeves are uncalled for in the warm temperatures, don’t miss the tutorial for a sleeveless blazer at Spring in Fialta!

10. Zip Back Knit 

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Wearing comfy sweaters is one of the simple pleasures in life and let’s be honest, sometimes when you see the first flowers blooming you already know you’re going to miss the sweaters very much. A Pair & A Spare came up with a brilliant knitted jumper with a zipper in the back that you can wear all through spring!

11. Ombre Dress

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Winter is defined by a grayscale color palette but spring is all about the colors! Celebrate the season of blooming by making some bright and lively dresses that are colored in the super charming ombre style! You can find out all about them at Rue Now.

12. Ripped Jeans 

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Ripped jeans are a trend that looks like it’s here to stay! We can’t complain; we love the mildly rebellious look of it and the fact that this trend has made wearing denim more bearable in the warmer months. If you want to make your very own pair of classic ripped jeans, check in with Dushonok!

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