10 cute Insta photos to inspire your April aesthetic

Springtime is here, and if you're looking to do some spring cleaning of your style, we have the cutest Insta photos to give you all the inspo you need for your fashion-forward April aesthetic. 

Something blue

A blazer and button-up create the ultimate girl-power vibe, and we *love* the varying shades of blue. A statement purse in bright blue will tie your look together perfectly. 

Princess vibes 


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A sparkly dress with puffed sleeves is *just* what you need to take your spring fashion to the next level. Don't forget your crown when you start snapping pics!

Black and white


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The monochrome look is so classy and gorgeous and a high pony bubble braid is perfect for the warmer weather. 

Cute and casual 


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Mixing and matching textures is a look we're *so* here for, and a chunky pearl necklace is a super fun addition to your jewelry box. 

Graphic tee

Keep your spring wardrobe comfortable and cute with an oversized graphic tee or two with your favorite cartoon characters or band. 

Neutral tones

Spring is *all* about spending more time outdoors in the beautiful weather, and earthy tones paired with comfy denim are wonderful for all your nature adventures. (Butterflies are optional.) 

Matching set


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Matching sets make you look perfectly put together, and a set in pastel colors will have you ready to soak up the sunshine. 

Oversized sunnies

Break out the oversized sunglasses and floral swimwear to slay your spring vacay look. 

Pastel makeup

 Pastel pink eyeshadow and a bold red lip will give you major flower fairy vibes. 

Cropped sweater 

We didn't know we needed to pair a chunky crop sweater with a bikini top until now. The neon colors make this funky fit all the better.  

Which style are you stealing for your new April look? Snap a pic and tag us on Insta @girlslifemag!

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by Abigail Adams | 3/31/2021