I hate to break it to you guys, but we’re officially entering into that time of year where you’ll be asking yourself the same question every morning: “Should I wear a jacket?” Yes, winter dressing might be brutal, but getting dressed for Spring is so much worse (there I said it), because the weather is too unpredictable. There’s a small window of time where layering a long-sleeve shirt under a jacket is a sweat-free option; you never know when it’s time to shave your legs; some weeks it rains on end. And that’s why you need to be prepared. I’ve found 15 things you can add to your closet to prep for this tricky season and they’re all 15 percent off on Net-A-Porter’s exclusive sale. Just add ‘NETAPORTER15’ at the checkout, and all your wardrobe woes will be solved.
Miller Dickey Checked Blazer
Veronica Beard makes some of the best-fitting blazers: They’re snug at your waist, but don’t make your arms feel immobile. An added bonus to this style? The Cher Horowitz appeal.
The Westminster Long Trench Coat
Trench coats are a springtime staple, and there’s nothing like Burberry’s OG cut. Their classic coats are rarely on style, which means the time to pick one up is now.
When we’re feeling lazy, a white tee is our typical go-to. You can try a style with a refreshing detail like Sacai’s floral back.
Tatum Belted Denim Jumpsuit
You could easily wear this jumpsuit without a jacket this spring, because the weight of the denim is just heavy enough.
Classic Cortez Leather Sneakers
Your footwear will no longer be determined by slushy streets, which means it’s time for a pair of fresh white sneakers. Is there anything Nike’s Cortez kicks don’t go with?
Joan Floral Midi Dress
It’s almost too cold to wear dresses, so a long-sleeved midi is the ticket. Wear them with knee-high boots now, then swap for sandals when the weather heats up.
Cotton-Twill Flared Pants
Cargo pants are making a comeback, but we know everyone won’t be thrilled with the ’90s throwback. This flared look is a grown-up version of the pocketed pants from your teens.
Vivienne Wrap Dress
A wrap dress will never go out of style, so you can easily stock up on them during Net-A-Porter’s sale. This pretty blue option will brighten up your spring wardrobe, and is lightweight enough to wear into summer.
Denim Bucket Hat
From a rainy day to a bad hair day, bucket hats are a lifesaver. Test out the trend in denim, which will easily match your existing style.
Two-Tone Leather Bowboy Boots
Cowboy boots are having a moment, so go ahead and cave. We love this Ganni pair that is a modern, quirky version of the look.
The Sahariana Belted Linen Jacket
Denim jackets are an easy fall-back, but safari jackets are just as versatile. Plus, this pistachio color is unlike anything you already own.
Lace-Up Midi Skirt
It’s not time for silk slip skirts just yet (that windchill will do you under), so opt for a heavier fabrication. Your prone-to-frostbite thighs will thank you.
Striped Wool Cardigan
A basic cardigan works year-round. This spring we’ll be testing out the no-layering look in this timeless style.
Printed Silk-Twill Scarf
A silk neck scarf is the most underrated accessory. For chilly March afternoons, add it to a plain white button down.
If you’re itching to wear summer dresses, printed pants are the solution. They offer the same playful vibe without sacrificing bare legs.