The ultimate spring shopping list from our favorite fashion bloggers, part 1

The StyleBakery editors recently shared 100 of their favorite must-haves for spring, now we’ve asked some of our favorite fashion bloggers to share their must-buys of the season.


Michael Michael Kors Amber Sandal, $135 at

“I can wear these with everything from white jeans to skirts and dresses. They give me all the height I need, and are easy to wear all day. A must!”

Jean Voute Pratt, Style Observer


J Brand ‘Houlihan’ Skinny Stretch Cotton Cargo Pants, $231 at

“The best pants to be on trend like all your favorite celebrities. Great long side zipper at the ankle. Bonus- the inseam is 28 inches so petite gals do not have to alter them before wearing. I want all 3 colors for that reason!”

Susana, Shopping and Info


Balenciaga Leather Handbag in yellow vintage crafted lambskin, $1233 at

“This hot yellow bag by Balenciaga is simultaneously classically chic and daring. The timeless silhouette promises to meld seamlessly into my wardrobe while the hot bright yellow will punctuate any outfit. L.O.V.E.S!”

Claire, The Fashion Bomb


REPORT ‘Kimball2’ Flat, $49.95 at

“My spring must-have is a pair of floral flats, like these Report Kimball2 ballet flats. After a long winter of wearing boots, slipping into a lightweight pair of colorful flats with a playful flower detail definitely puts a spring in my step. These are just $49.95.”

Dianna Baros, The Budget Babe


Alexis Bittar Wide Jeweled Mesh Bracelet, $425 at

“My must-have is always an amazing piece of statement jewelry and this season, I’m in lust with Alexis Bittar’s lucite and metal mesh bangle. It’s lusciously detailed with turquoise and jasper and does proverbial desk-to-dinner duty, meaning it looks equally gorgeous with jeans and a tee or all dressed up to party.”

Dina Fierro, Eye4Style


Dolce Vita ‘Victoria’ Sandal, $89.90 (sale) at

“I really want a pair of cage booties this season – they’re like a statement piece for your feet, and will do well to toughen up the summer dresses and slouchy boyfriend jeans I keep reaching for on warmer days.”

Michelle Madhok, SheFinds


Coach Kristin Leather Clutch, $248 at

“Over the years my impression of Coach has been lukewarm. Brand associations include elderly matrons and their brick-heavy bags, swinging from their arms like pendulums, and Williamsburg hipsters sporting ’80s classics in all their wretch-inducing irony. Although I acquired my first Coach handbag as a college junior and felt proud carrying the expensive, rich leather, my affection for the brand has since waned considerably due to the hideous logo bags and the stretch of time when Coach attempted couture. At the end of the day Coach is a heritage brand, a quality American staple and should be marketed as such. I thought that I’d never set foot into a store again until this season. Until I saw a splay of delicious, utilitarian-chic bags, sandals worthy of a double-take, and a collection of jewel-toned gems worth coveting. The Kristin Collection is extraordinary. For a moment we’ll ignore the cringe-worthy logo satchels and focus on the utter glory that is the Kristin Leather Clutch in Turquoise and the Leather Hobo in Brass. These are quality leather done in delicious hues that will age gracefully over time. I love this clutch because it’s roomy enough to carry a magazine, but sleek and eye-catching enough to elevate a classic.”

Felicia Sullivan


United Nude Lo Res Pump, $260 at

“I’ve been obsessed as of late with the architectural wonders that are Rem Koolhaas’ shoe line, United Nude. They’ve been challenging to purchase in the U.S. at a brick and mortar store, but come May, the brand is opening a flagship store in NYC. I’m going to hold off from buying any of-the-moment spring and summer sandals so that I can save for these babies!”

Julia DiNardo, Fashion Pulse Daily

want more? check out part 2 of our favorite bloggers’ must-buys

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