I’m guessing with May just around the corner (yikes, really???) that most of you have already packed away your winter sweaters by now. As t-shirt weather approaches for many of us, the least thing you probably want to think about now as the mercury rises is anything knitted.

But you’re not going to want to wear a t-shirt all the time, or you might not be able to. And what do you do if you’re outside and then end up somewhere that loves to blast the AC to meat locker temperatures?

Nope, “spring knits” doesn’t have to be an oxymoron. These light and lively knits are pure warm-weather joy, nothing bulky or dowdy to be found here. The best part is, nearly all of these are versatile enough to layer so they’ll carry you through next fall and winter also.

Wear this short-sleeved cardigan now layered over tank tops, then layer over a tonal turtleneck in fall and winter. (via & Other Stories)














This über-femininine short sleeved knit can be worn under blazers in cooler months. (via & Other Stories)
















A perfect spring layering tank. (via H&M)

















An off the shoulder knit for when you want to show a little skin. (ON SALE via H&M)

















This light cashmere knit is pretty enough to wear any time of year. (via St. John)

















Love the puffed sleeves and the gorgeous color of this springy knit. (via Mango)
















These knit flares look like so much fun to wear, and they come in different colors. I’d style them with flatforms, a minimal short-sleeve top and some great earrings. (via H&M)

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Light, lacy and the color of fresh peonies. (via Rebecca Taylor)


















Love the sunny yellow color and contrast piping on this short-sleeve jumper. Perfect for work, Zoom meetings or an afternoon out. So easy to dress this up or down, maybe with some stovepipe jeans. (via Boden UK)













You don’t have to be a ballerina to fall in love with this dance wear-inspired wrap top. Comes in 3 colors. (via Wolf + Badger)












Classic sweater dressing, but make it spring time. (via Draper James)
















Preppy with an edge master Thom Browne designed the perfect summer vest top. (via Saks 5th Avenue)



















Style this creamy Isabel Marant cropped sweater with flares, a swishy maxi skirt or seersucker shorts for added texture and contrast. (via Saks 5th Avenue)



















A bang on-trend polo shirt in the most summery tangerine. (via Zara)

















Which of these pieces are you coveting? How would you style them? Let me know below in the comments!