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Let Reese Witherspoon's preppy style be your spring wardrobe inspiration

Spring is in the air, so it’s time to revamp your wardrobe! In honor of the new season, we’ve rounded up 11 Reese Witherspoon dress styles that you need to try this spring. You’re welcome.

Monday (aka today) marks the first day of spring, and what better way to celebrate than to look at clothes? You could also indulge in spring candy, fruits, or movies, but dresses are way more fun.

Even though it’s the first day of spring, Witherspoon has so many looks that we’re obsessed with. It’s never a bad day to wear a pretty dress. That’s a good life motto, don’t you think?

While we could choose from a TON of styles if given a glance at Witherspoon’s closet, we’ve narrowed it down to looks she’s worn in 2017. Get ready to take notes, because all of these frocks are ones you’re going to want to steal.

1Denim & Lace

Last week, Witherspoon enjoyed the California sun in this chambray and lace frock. The chambray/denim color paired with pink accessories and a touch of lace is SO spring worthy.

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2Flower Power

Flowers are at the top of our list for springtime dresses. Plus, this bold red color and dainty florals are feminine and chic.

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3Falling for Spring

Need a dress to wear on a lunch date with your BFF? This is the style we’re rooting for. Rocking a black dress, light cardigan, hat, and booties is a look that will easily work from fall to spring.

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4Pastel Perfection

We all know Witherspoon has always looked pretty in pink, but pastels take it to the next level. By donning pastels, in any color, including pink, you will be ready to attend any brunch or bridal shower.

On Wednesdays, Reese wears PINK (and bows and floral) 🎀🌷Link in bio to shop!

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5Little Black Dress

It doesn’t matter the season, a little black dress should be in every woman’s closet. For added sass, try a partial print, like this little number.

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