There is always a trendy color of the season. And while there are a few that I am loving for spring, it would be difficult to not start with this year’s Pantone Color of the Year. I talked about my love for the new color of the year in this post and the love is still going strong! From violet to lavender and everything in between, shades of purple are everywhere this spring.
One day I am talking about spring and the next I’m back to wearing sweaters. I guess it’s fitting since this change reflects our current weather situation! Although, I have to say, I am glad the temperatures dropped a little so I could wear this new white fuzzy sweater that just arrived last week in the mail. This cozy sweater was my go-to top last weekend. Pair it with high waisted jeans and sneakers for a casual winter weekend outfit.
I know I have been talking a lot about spring in the past few weeks in my inspiration posts, but I feel like I can almost justify it now: the high tomorrow here in D.C. is going to be in the 70s! I know it won’t be sticking around, but this sneak peek of warmer temperatures makes me so excited for spring. And since I have been looking forward to spring since the first of January, I have already started adding pieces to my spring wardrobe (you can see last week’s post about what I’m buying for spring here). But just because these are “spring” pieces, doesn’t necessarily mean you have to wait until spring to wear them. Today, I’m talking about how to wear spring pieces now and later when spring eventually arrives.
Happy Monday, friends! How crazy that we are halfway through February already. And since Valentine’s Day is Wednesday, I wanted to share an outfit idea for the holiday that isn’t completely over the top. Don’t get me wrong — the more red (and especially pink!) the better. But if you are looking for a way to subtly add these colors into you outfit for Wednesday, there is no better way than through accessories. Whether it be with a red beret, jewelry, handbags or even lipstick, there are many ways to incorporate a little Valentine’s Day spirit into your look.
As I mentioned in Monday’s post, this is the time of the year I start purchasing spring pieces to add to my closet. By February, I have had enough of the cold temperatures and winter clothes and the search is on for spring pieces. Today I am sharing a few of the spring pieces I have been eyeing for the new season. From spring trends like shades of purple, asymmetrical necklines and of course stripes, here is a list of what I’m buying for spring.
It would be hard to pinpoint a favorite kind of accessory, but if I had to chose, shoes would definitely be at or near the top. I always get excited for a new season of shoes and it’s about this time of the year I start looking for a few new pairs to add to my collection. But, I have noticed that so many of my favorite styles and trends are coming back for spring 2018. Which is probably good for the space in my closet’s case! From blush beauties and a go-to pair of sneakers, today I am rounding up 5 must-have shoes for spring.
All black everything. A go to combination all winter long, this outfit is one of my favorite dressed up casual looks. You may be a little distracted by my hair because it was all over my face for the majority of these pictures. These four were the only decent ones! While brainstorming post titles for today’s post, all I could think of was “hey, wind” or “trying to take pictures in the wind”. Ironically enough, these pictures were taken on the same day, one street over from Monday’s post pictures and the wind was completely fine. But, I digress. The point of today’s post is about one of my favorite trends: all black everything. Well, except for my OTK boots 😉
It’s crazy to think that today is the last day of January. It seem like just yesterday we were talking about Christmas outfits and gift guides. Since spring is just around the corner, I wanted to share fifteen basic spring pieces and how to build a spring wardrobe. Each of these staple spring pieces can be styled several ways allowing you to create multiple spring outfits giving you the most bang for your buck.
A classic chambray shirt. It’s one of my favorite tops to wear in the spring, but what about the winter? I was looking at my spring clothes the other day (desperately looking forward to wearing them soon!) and figured it wasn’t too early to start incorporating spring into my outfits. Today I am talking about how to wear chambray in winter.
Cozy, comfortable and ready to conquer the world. That is typically what is on my mind when I think weekend style. It tends to vary depending on the season, but most weekends you will find me wearing something similar to this while running errands, going to the grocery store and doing housework. I am always in the market for cute and comfortable clothes that can double for a casual weekend or dressed up with jeans for date night. This has been my winter weekend uniform as of late and it definitely ranks up there with one of most comfortable looks I have ever shared.