Staud Let Me Try On 8 of Its Prettiest Spring Pieces, and Just Wow

Welcome to The Great Try-On. We’re gearing up for spring, and that includes freshening up our wardrobes with some new pieces. We got to try on some of the best spring pieces from some of your favorite brands and documented it all from our at-home dressing rooms so that you can see how they actually look IRL. We hope that our photos and candid reviews will help you shop for spring wardrobe builders and trend-forward pieces that you’ll wear over and over this season and beyond.

Staud has two brick-and-mortar stores in the country—one in West Hollywood and one in NYC. I, for one, don’t live in either of those cities, but as a fan of Staud since its inception, that’s not stopping me from having the brand in my wardrobe. So online ordering it is for me.

For our latest edition of The Great Try-On for spring 2023, I’m thrilled to be embracing the season with Staud, a brand that consistently forces me to wear color and have fun with fashion. I chose eight of its prettiest pieces to try on and was blown away by how stunning they are in person. 

Keep scrolling to see my Staud try-on photos (for reference, I’m 5’4″ and am wearing a size small/4 in everything) and read my honest reviews of the standout pieces.

My review: I was drawn to this because red is such a big trend this season, and this dress seemed like the perfect way to embrace it for spring. This is a dress that could easily be dressed up or down. I also liked that the popcorn-textured waist added an extra trend-forward element. I should mention that it has pockets—a major bonus in my book. I think this dress is worth every penny and that you’ll wear it over and over.

My review: I’ve always loved Staud’s Hampton sweater, but I really love the new cropped version. This is the ultimate spring sweater because it’s nice and lightweight thanks to the cotton-acrylic construction. This color combination (it comes in two others) is particularly fun, and doesn’t it look great with shorts?

My review: I don’t typically wear formfitting dresses, but if there ever was an opportunity to go outside of my comfort zone, this was the dress to do it with. I especially loved the square neckline, and the color is a dream. I do recommend sizing up in the more fitted pieces in this collection. I could see myself wearing this constantly with an oversize blazer or bomber jacket.

My review: This simple tank is the exact type of thing my spring wardrobe needs. It’s a basic that goes with so much of my wardrobe, but it isn’t boring. In fact, I’m getting “Chanel cruise collection” vibes. This top is super stretchy, so I definitely wouldn’t size up. Oh, and I love the under-$100 price point.

My review: I’ve been on an extensive search for the perfect fitted blazer, and I’ve finally found it. This navy blazer is extremely flattering, and I found that it reached its full potential when worn more as a top than a blazer. The material is silky and beautiful but not heavy, so it’s ideal for spring. 

My review: I’ve had my eye on this pretty dress for weeks, so it was the first item I put on my try-on list. The embroidered fabric is so lovely in person, and the dipped hem added a forward element. It’s definitely a cool-girl pink dress. I’d suggest sizing up in this one. Additional sizes available here.

My review: Denim pieces are having a big moment this spring, so this blazer was a must-try. The fit is a bit oversize, but it also has some structure due to the seaming at the waist. I was surprised by how soft and comfortable the denim was. It’s far more polished than a typical denim jacket but just as easy to wear. Additional sizes available here.

My review: Ever since Prada casually put skirts with trains on the runway for its S/S 22 collection, I’ve been drawn to the whimsical trend. This Staud skirt has a tiny slit and dramatic bow, but it can actually veer casual if you style it with basics and flats as I did. It’s a really fun piece that I’m positive will get tons of compliments. This is another one I’d size up in.

I’m anti–boring white dresses. This one is anything but.

The most elevated way to wear Barbie pink.

Of course, Staud’s take on the wedge trend is perfect.

Staud’s best-selling Wells Dress now comes in this pretty pastel iteration, and how can one resist?

I couldn’t think of a better way to incorporate the snakeskin trend (it’s back!) into your spring wardrobe.

I’d be very tempted to wear this as a chic swimsuit cover-up.

The Kai top is a Staud staple, but it really blew me away in the toile print.

Next up, What to Buy From Reformation If You Want a Fire Spring Wardrobe

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