I love the unique vibe in Austin, TX. It makes for a great long weekend trip, especially in the Spring when it’s not too hot.
Mix and match loose, flowing layers to create the perfect weekend wardrobe for your trip.
Not sure what to wear in Austin? Check out my quick guide on what to pack for Austin.
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Pack loose tops for Austin, TX in the Spring
Loose tops are key for Austin, TX, especially in the Spring and Summer. Breezy tops will keep you cool when it gets hot, but also fit in with Austin’s boho and rocker chic fashion vibe.
Let’s be honest, loose tops also great for covering up the food baby that you’ll inevitably grow after indulging in all of the great food in Austin.
Sarcastic graphic tees, kimono jackets, vintage lace details, and rock band tees are also trends that will help you fit in with Austin’s stylish locals.
Classic pieces for hip Austin, TX vibes
Classic denim jeans and shorts are a must-pack for a Spring trip to Austin, TX. The more faded the denim, the better!
Hit up a vintage store for super lived-in denim that are practically as comfortable as sweatpants.
Add a utility jacket for rocker chic vibe and light warmth at night.
Lastly, pack a boho style dress for a night out in the live music capital of the world. I love dresses with bell sleeves or Mexican-style embroidery!
Boho shoes and accessories for Austin, TX
Now that we’ve covered what clothes to pack for Austin, TX in the Spring, let’s talk about shoes and accessories!
A pair of Western-style ankle booties and boho-inspired wedge sandals are all the shoes you need to pack for a weekend trip to Austin, TX.
They’ll be easy to mix and match with your outfits and comfortable to get around in.
Add Southwestern or boho jewelry for a little bling and a travel-friendly crossbody bag to tote your essentials.
Don’t forget a pair of sunglasses to keep the Texas sun out of your eyes.