There has never been a better time to embrace your inner minimalist than right now. Spring 2019’s collections were filled with sleek, beautifully tailored pieces like Loewe’s bicolor wool-blend suit, Prada’s silk Bermuda shorts, and Tom Ford’s structured column gowns. Each time these looks made their way down the runway, we felt a sense of elevated ease. And while we always love an excuse to unleash our inner maximalist (more on that later), there’s something to be said for a classic and clean approach to dressing.
See below to shop our round up of the season’s best wardrobe staples and discover more in store at 5th Avenue/58th Street.
If you haven’t experienced the magic that is a Tom Ford blazer, now is the time. This crisp white option has a spectacular fit and pair well with everything from pencil skirts to loose trousers.
The Bermuda short is back in a big way. The most luxe option to test drive? Prada’s silk version complete with a matching bow.
For those of you searching for an update to the classic mule, look no further than Prada’s satin sculptural wedge. We recommend paring with mini skirts and Bermuda shorts this spring.
Loewe’s bicolor jacket is perfectly tailored and extremely sleek. Whether you have a big board meeting coming up or you simply want to look chic on the streets, consider this your new go-to.
Minimalistic luxury is what The Row does best. This Ostrich satchel bag is divine and definitely a BG-favorite for the season.
You can never go wrong with a classic tuxedo pant. Pair Loewe’s high-waisted option with everything from a white t-shirt and sneakers to an oversized black blazer and pumps.
Here at BG, we’ve fallen in love with micro bags and The Row’s satin top handle bag is no exception. This little one is perfect for any night out on the town.
Subtle and sexy, this Attico number is excellent for a variety of occasions. Whether you’re looking to turn heads or slip in through the back door, this mini dress has you covered.
Amina Muaddi is brand new to BG and the footwear star has created the best leather sandals for spring. Pro tip: wear these with any mini dress in your closet to elongate your legs or with a great pair of jeans to go from desk to dinner.
The Row’s suede combat boots are a key wardrobe staple. We love to wear them with midi skirts for a grungier feel or cargo pants to showcase the season’s utilitarian trend.
Simplicity and versatility come to mind when admiring Rick Owen’s bustier top. It can so easily be dressed up or down with a full-length skirt or cropped jeans. You decide.
This floor-length skirt from T by Alexander Wang is a wonderful wardrobe essential to whip out when you’re tired of wearing the same pair of jeans and booties. It offers a sharp take on modern dressing, especially when worn with a cropped jacket or fitted bustier.
Who doesn’t love a chic hoodie? Helmut Lang’s logo pullover is our top choice for jet-setting in style or having lunch with friends on the weekend.
In need of a killer pair of black cigarette jeans? Helmut Lang took care of it. Go ahead, add to cart.
White leather accessories are still one of the year’s most sought after trends. Proenza Schouler’s mirror-heeled boots add just the right amount of cool to any day look.
A fashion insider favorite, The Row’s leather sandals have taken over street style. Comfortable, elegant, and sleek, these sandals go with anything and everything you already own.
Dion Lee is known for his chic and sensual designs. Exhibit A: this V-neck camisole check dress. We suggest pairing with boots and oversized knits in the winter or sandals and micro bags in the summer.
Prada has answered our prayers by offering up a bucket bag version of their beloved black nylon logo handbags. We can’t score this one fast enough.