12 must-have Amazon home and fashion finds

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While the official start of spring is in March, there is something about April that signals a change in season. From blooming flowers to a smattering of warm weather days, it finally feels as though spring has sprung. Which, for many of us, means it is finally time to jump […]

While the official start of spring is in March, there is something about April that signals a change in season. From blooming flowers to a smattering of warm weather days, it finally feels as though spring has sprung. Which, for many of us, means it is finally time to jump on new organization for the home and warmer weather fashion essentials.

From finding ways to organize your cabinets to creating the perfect spring wardrobe, it is time to spruce up our style. To help you make the most of the season, we have found the top bestselling products on Amazon you’ll use time and time again for months to come.

To help you find these must-have products, Shop TODAY Editorial Director Adrianna Brach stopped by TODAY to share home and fashion items shoppers can’t seem to get enough of this month.

Keep reading to shop shoes, accessories, kitchen appliances and more.

BTFBM Summer Bohemian Floral Casual Wrap

It’s time to put away the “LBD” for the season — this lightweight floral dress might be your new favorite go-to spring and summer look. The dress has a classic deep-V neckline, a flattering elastic waistband and romantic ruffle cap sleeves.

Amazon Essentials Knit Ballet Flats

Editor’s note: Our pick is sold out in some colors and sizes, but we found a similar top-rated option below.

These knit flats are a Shop TODAY reader favorite, and for good reason. You can wear them season after season, with practically anything in your closet. This pair is made with a stretchy, breathable fabric and feature a memory foam sole that makes them easy to wear all day.

VenusCelia Dextrous Knit Flat

With a padded insole and small heel, these knit flats are another fashionable and comfortable option that can take you from work to the weekend. You can find them in both bright solid colors and patterned designs in sizes 5-11.

Amazon Essentials Belice Ballet Flat

From the office to a night on the town, these ballet flats are a versatile option you can just slip on. This shoe is made with a faux leather upper, a faux suede microfiber lining and is available in 34 different colors.

Triple Zip Small Crossbody Bag

Designed with soft faux leather and gold tone hardware, this crossbody bag is great for everyday use. The bag, which comes in 26 different colors, has a simple, yet classic design that can pair with almost any style.

Sojos Small Square Polarized Sunglasses

If you plan on catching some rays this spring, you might want to snag a pair of stylish sunnies to protect your eyes. These sunglasses are made from ultra-thin metal materials so the frames feel light, yet strong, said the brand. The retro design is also a chic option for the spring and summer seasons.

YouCopia Crazy Susan Kitchen Cabinet Turntable and Spice Organizer

Organization might be on your mind for spring, and this Crazy Susan Turntable is the perfect solution to cabinet clutter. With two tiers, this turntable can hold bottles, spices and more in kitchens and bathrooms. The non-slip feet keep the organizer in place while a stainless steel ball gives the turntable a 360-degree rotation.

Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker

This sandwich maker is a great solution for breakfast in a flash. It can have a tasty egg sandwich ready in just minutes. Using the machine, you can customize your sandwich with a choice of bread, cheese, eggs, meats and more.

Hamilton Beach Electric Sandwich Maker

To make mealtime even more efficient, you can whip up two sandwiches at once with this gadget. It can also be used to make pizza pockets, French toast and omelettes, according to the brand. Plus, the non-stick plates make it easy to wipe down and stow away.

More home and fashion bestsellers on Amazon

Coolans Wristlet Bracelet Keychain

This key and wallet duo is made with quality leather that is stain resistant and waterproof, says the brand. The wristlet can hold ID cards, credit cards and cash while the ring can hold your keys so all of your essentials are compact and in one place.

Crownful Mini Waffle Maker

At only four inches, this sleek and compact waffle maker is great for storing in tight spaces, especially for those who have small kitchens or live in a dorm or camper. The maker has a dual-sided nonstick surface and has an indicator light that directs you when you can start and stop cooking.

StoveShelf Magnetic Shelf for Kitchen Stove

This shelf, which attaches to ovens stovetops via magnets, is a handy storage solution if you are running low on space for condiments, spices, oils and more. With this shelf there is no need to drill holes in the wall or buy adhesives.

Cushionaire Women’s Feather Recovery Slide Sandals

Feel like you are walking on air with these foam slide sandals. Soft and flexible, these slippers have a molded cushion footbed to provide comfort and are even made with waterproof materials.

Astylish V Neck Roll Up Sleeve Button Down

A classic button down is a wardrobe essential, and this chic option comes in 19 different colors and patterns. This soft blouse is lightweight, loose-fitting and breathable so you can wear it for any spring or summer occasion.

Ontel Battery Daddy Organizer and Storage Case

With a compact design, this storage case is a great way to organize your batteries. The case, which includes a battery tester, can hold a large amount of batteries ranging from AAs to coin cells on both sides.

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