Now that we’re finally climbing out of winter, it’s time to start dreaming about lovely brunches, wearing skirts, dresses, and sandals. And if there’s still a little chill in the air? Just toss on a scarf for a bit of warmth and a pop of complimentary colors!
The calendar says it spring, but the weather? It’s still not sure.
This outfit bridges the transition from winter to spring and the bright pops of color serve as a reminder that warmer days will be here soon!
The day after travel can often be a bit of a slow day. Especially when you’re making the transition from West to East coast (and from sun to rain) in the middle of the workweek. That kind of jet lag calls for a simple, easy, yet classic outfit, especially when you’ve got errands to run and work to do!
PS. I discovered these shoes while I was in Santa Monica, and there are seriously the most comfortable sandals you will ever wear! They are going to be my go-to casual shoe as soon as the weather warms up!
As I’ve mentioned before, the secret to mixing patterns is to vary the scale but keep the color palette related. That makes it possible to mix this spring’s florals (they are all over the place) with a pair of my printed leggings and not look like a crazy person!
This military-inspired shirt jacket is incredibly versatile. For starters, you could wear it as a shirt or a jacket. It could also translate really easily from a great business look (paired with a pencil skirt) to a casual, weekend look (with your favorite leggings, of course).
I’m off to LA today to spend a few days soaking up the sunshine and hanging out with my girl Brigitte. On this particular trip, I’m much more interested in getting some sun than partying, but if we do go out, I would love to rock an outfit like this.
I’m spending the week in the Pacific Northwest, and in the spirit of that, I put together this outfit that’s perfect for a rainy day. The leggings and umbrella add little pops of color to any grey day.
One of the on-trend colors for spring is hunter green. It’s the perfect transitional color as we move from winter to spring, and it serves as a more interesting neutral than tan or khaki.
Grab this color in a sweater or jacket and pair it with my painterly (another spring trend) wellspring leggings for a look that’s casual and easy, yet doesn’t scream “I’m trying really hard to hit all the trends at once!”