I'm Curating My Spring Outfits—Here's What I'm Buying From the J.Crew Sale

From crisp white button-downs to breezy linen dresses.

J. Crew Spring Sale
(Image credit: J. Crew)

I’ve been daydreaming about chic and breezy outfits to wear all spring. A few styles remain top of mind; crisp white button-downs tucked into tailored trousers, soft linen dresses paired with charming ballet flats, and sharp vests styled with relaxed denim. Luckily, my fashion fantasies don’t have to live rent-free in my head, thanks to J.Crew’s Annual Spring Event.

Each year, J.Crew offers a wide variety of marked-down clothing and accessories fit for spring, and this time around, it's no different. Whether you're a regular or love to drop in for some seasonal shopping, you’ll be happy to know that sale items are up to 50% off, with countless pieces for any springtime occasion you can imagine.

Keep cool in J.Crew's garçon top and gauze pants. Planning a weekend trip to the shore? Pack the brand's textured one-piece and carry their top-rated Montauk tote. For a day in the office, consider J.Crew's linen vest and wide-leg pants to be your new go-to workwear outfit.

The options are endless, with hundreds of sale items available. Marie Claire has sorted through the entire online sale selection and curated a list of 25 items that will fit perfectly in your spring outfit rotation, no matter what occasion lies ahead.

This sale ends on April 1st, so act swiftly if you see something you like!

Shop J.Crew's Annual Spring Event

Lauren Tappan
Fashion Editor

Lauren is the Fashion Editor at Marie Claire, where she writes trend reports, shopping pieces, and celebrity news stories. Prior to Marie Claire, Lauren worked for Harper’s Bazaar and ELLE as a freelance editor with a specific focus on seasonal styles and coveted products. She also worked for Town & Country, where she developed a robust portfolio of fashion roundups and designer profiles.

Lauren graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a minor in journalism. While attending Penn, Lauren contributed to the university's fashion magazine, The Walk, while also interning for Philadelphia Style Magazine and EveryStylishGirl.

When she’s not exploring the world of fashion, you can find Lauren sharpening her skills as DJ, discovering new restaurants in New York City (she’s a foodie), and spending quality time with friends and family. Follow her along at @laurenktappan.