12 Pretty Tops Fashion Girls Are Wearing With Their Jeans This Spring

Judith Jones
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With spring in full swing, we’re finally feeling the urge to shed our neverending layers, and slip into something lighter, brighter, and more carefree. Sartorially speaking, the easiest way to transition into the warmer season is with a simple change of top. Say goodbye to the heavy chunky turtlenecks you’ve been swallowed up in for the last six months and start welcoming lightweight sweaters, cardigans, shirts, and blouses into your life. (No thermals needed.)

From charming cardigans to pretty blouses and chic prints, we're turning to some of our favorite fashion girls to see what tops they're styling with their go-to jeans this season. Keep scrolling for some charming and easy outfit combos you can easily steal for yourself.

Matching Knit Set

Matching knit sets continue their reign into spring. Opt for one in a fresh, uplifting hue.


Callahan Lu Cardigan Set in Baby Blue ($132)

Levi's Wedgie Straight Jeans ($98)

Open-Back Top

Open-back knits and tops are trending hard for spring. Pair with your high-waisted jeans for an Insta-worthy look.


Gimaguas Julieta Beige Jumper ($140)

Levi's 501 Skinny Jeans ($98)

Checkerboard Prints

Checkerboard is the must-have print to wear this spring—spotted everywhere in the S/S 21 collections. Fashion girls have been quick to take on the trend—seen all over Instagram.


Lirika Matoshi Checkered Knit Vest ($250)

Madewell The Curvy Perfect Vintage Jean in Fiore Wash ($115)

Collared Knits

From collared cardigans to chic polos, a lightweight collared knit is the ideal piece for the spring season.


& Other Stories Long Fitted Rib Knit Cardigan ($89)

H&M Straight High Jeans ($50)

Floss Top

Love it or hate it, cropped tops with wraparound ties (or what we like to call floss tops) are blowing up among the style set right now. Pair it with a spring coat or blazer while the temps are still cool.


Orseund Iris Le Club Cropped Satin Top ($330)

Slvrlake London Jeans ($319)

Plissé Blouse

The beautiful textured fabric makes any outfit look more expensive and is a chic contrast to casual jeans.


Nanushka Idris Ruched Long Sleeve Blouse ($495)

Agolde 90's Mid Rise Loose Fit in Snapshot ($198)

Cute Cardigans

From cropped silhouettes to vintage-inspired styles, a charming cardi is a favorite among the fashion set and the perfect layer for spring.


For Love & Lemons Anastasia Cropped Cardigan in Carnation ($92)

Zara Solid Color Full Length Wide Leg Jeans ($49.9)

Asymmetric Necklines

Fashion girls have been loving this cool and modern neckline to add interest to their spring looks.


Mango Asymmetric Knit Sweater ($30)

Eloquii Distressed Wide Leg Jean With Roll Cuff ($100)

Sweater Vest

Sweater vests have been going strong for a few seasons now and they're the perfect option to layer over tees and lightweight knits when it's not too hot and not too cold. If you're looking to amp up your jeans try one in a fun print.


Geankroboline Y2k Argyle Sweater Vest Knit Vest ($20)

Madewell The Perfect Vintage Raw Hem Jeans ($128)


Bubblegum pink hues are huge for spring 2021 and fashion girls can't get enough. It's the perfect color to liven up your wardrobe as we head into the warm season.


Eloquii Cutout Neck Blouse ($60)

Frame Frame Pleated Barrel Leg Pant in Campus ($268)

Floral Blouse

While florals for spring may not be groundbreaking, they're a forever favorite to pair with jeans among the fashion set.


For Love & Lemons Petal Blouse ($123)

Citizens of Humanity Olivia High Rise Slim Ankle Jeans ($190)

Vintage Silhouettes

We're continuing to see plenty of vintage-inspired blouses this spring—from large decorative collars to puff sleeves—they're always so pretty to pair with your denim.


Mango Babydoll Collar Cotton Shirt ($60)

Madewell Curvy High-Rise Skinny Crop Jeans in Lander Wash ($128)

This post was previously published and has since been updated.

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