J.Crew Just Put Hundreds of Spring Finds on Sale—24 Picks Worth Shopping

Score up to 40 percent off during J.Crew’s Annual Spring Event.

J.Crew Limited-Edition Point Sur Denim Trucker Jacket in Beach Way Wash
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As someone trying to build a capsule wardrobe, I look for new staple pieces when a fresh season rolls around. I've been wearing only sweaters, coats, and boots for the last few months, but now, with spring officially here, it's time to reorient my style. I've got longevity on my mind, so I'm on the hunt for classic, quality pieces I can wear all season without breaking the bank. The first place I turn to is J.Crew's sale section.

After perusing J.Crew's 2024 spring collection, I knew the brand would be my go-to for my new-season wardrobe. The brand's new collection is full of pieces with that kind of wear-for-life energy, but I'm happy, possibly overjoyed, to report that J.Crew's Annual Spring Event has that same feeling. J.Crew is offering up to 40 percent off warm-weather styles right now, which means must-have spring pieces are currently on sale.

I'm talking about the best linen pants, spring jackets, and button-down shirts on the market, not to mention a ton of spring-ready accessories like beach bags and ballet flats. Nearly 700(!) items are included in the sale. To save you the trouble of searching for the best seasonal finds, Marie Claire found 24 wishlist pieces that will complete your closet for spring, but don't wait to hit purchase—these deals end March 21.

Shop J.Crew's Annual Spring Event

Brooke Knappenberger
Associate Commerce Editor

Brooke Knappenberger is the Associate Commerce Editor at Marie Claire, where she writes across the board from fashion and beauty to books and celebrities. As a pop culture junkie, Brooke obsessively consumes and writes about the latest movie releases, streaming TV shows, and celebrity scandals. She has over three years of experience writing on fashion, beauty, and entertainment and her work has appeared on Looper, NickiSwift, The Sun US, and Vox Magazine of Columbia, Missouri. Brooke obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism with an emphasis on Magazine Editing and has a minor in Textile and Apparel Management.