I love this Spring lookbook from Wildfox! The pieces are fun and colorful. I’m heavily eyeing that flamingo sweatshirt (shown below in 2nd pic). Unfortunately it isn’t available for sale just yet but I’m going to keep checking. I’m a firm believer that if you love something, you should buy it. Especially if it’s something you know you’ll wear multiple times. I kept an eye out last Summer for flamingo pieces but wasn’t able to find much. Maybe this year will be different?? Share with me. What prints and styles are you loving for Spring this year?
I love this classic nautical photoshoot Elle Macpherson did for ELLE Australia! There’s even a very cozy and affordable sweater from H&M that I’ve got my eye on. Check it out!
In love with this bright blue trench coat from Sportmax!
Stripes will always have my heart
This is the sweater I mentioned. I couldn’t find the exact one but you can shop a similar one here.
I’m on board for bringing back denim jackets this Fall!
Plaid always feels so right for Fall but at the same time I don’t want to give up my stripes. What’s a girl to do? Combine favorites! Mixing and matching patterns for the perfect Fall outfit is a great way to wear your favorite pieces together. Take a look:
red plaid jacket / sunglasses / gold feather earrings
nautilus bracelet / striped sweater dress / canteen bag
cable knit socks / hunter rain boots
This time of year it can be a little harder to find something to wear. The chilly mornings and evenings with mid-day being in the 80s! My secret to an easy transitional Fall outfit is to use pieces you already have. Take a few items from your Summer wardrobe and one or two from your Fall clothes to layer over. It’s that easy! If you’re going to wear jeans, pair it with a t-shirt and bring a sweater or jacket. Same goes for if you’re going to wear shorts or a skirt, pair it with a long sleeve top and a light sweater. Check out the details below!
Straw Hat / Navy Blazer / Striped Tee
Nautilus Shell Necklace / Ripped Skinny Jeans / Gold Wave Ring
Mini Tote / Pointed Flats