Spring Closet Essentials

spring essentials from Target

spring essentials from Target by momtrends featuring teardrop earrings

I've been so excited by the spring Labworks collection from Target. It's the kind of collection that you could build an entire wardrobe around. The lines are clean and chic--these picks are definitely closet essentials for the warm months ahead. The best part about Labworks is that Target designed it exclusively for the internet. These designs (available in missy, plus and petite sizes) can only be found online at Target.com. We put together two of the hottest looks for right now from this collection.

In the feature picture, we're taking on two of our favorite trends: the pencil skirt and the peplum waist. The peplum top is so versatile. It'll make any fitted pair of pants or jeans look fresh again. For work, we like pairing this flared silhouette with a pencil skirt. What's new about the pencil skirt is the touch of asymmetrical wrapping on the waist. This knit skirt ($34.99) is a dream to pack--it's made from a ponte knit that you'll love. I finished off the look with some trendy ethnic earrings and a strappy sandal.

plus size spring fashion from labworks

plus size spring fashion from labworks by momtrends featuring a bangle bracelet

First, let me apologize for not sharing more plus-sized looks. I admit they've fallen off my radar for a bit. But no more! I'm making sure to add picks for those above size 14. Let me start with this amazing dress from Labworks. The hi-low hem on this chiffon print dress ($38) is flowy perfection. I paired the fun, modern print with some cool jewelry, chic shoes and clutch.

Are you as inspired by Labworks as I am? They've nailed it. Clothes that will effortlessly blend with what you already own while adding updated essentials in the hottest trends and colors. Click and be happy.

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