If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know I don’t normally wear sneakers (or don’t ever wear sneakers). However, with the weather and life, I’ve been inspired to pick up my sneakers again. (I use to have an entire collection of different Chuck Taylor Converse…but, I only have these green ones left). Nonetheless, this look was inspired by this transitional winter to spring stage. It’s still cold, but the grass is peaking, the buds are growing, and the sky is less gray. With all those things, there’s nothing more than neutral colors, a bit of blue, an a pop of PINK! =)
I know it’s March, but IT’S SNOWING AGAIN! I knew this jacket would still come in handy. Nonetheless, the snow-in-march-when-I’m-ready-for-spring thought led me to this outfit. A simple beige knit sweater, straight relax jeans, and leather loafers. I love these loafers because they’re vintage and super comfy (though I actually think they’re menswear and not women’s–they’re still awesome). This is just a relax outfit with earthy hues in hope of spring =)
The snow is slowly melting away as March is upon us. This look was inspired by bees (though they have not yet arrive). Disclaimer: I don’t like bees besides the fact that they benefit plants and flowers–which is sort of kind of a big deal. (However, mosquitoes are a very different story). But, back to the outfit: the colors are black and mustard. I paired the shirt with a sailor-inspired jacket for texture and a more polished look. Finishing it off with black pumps =)
As we spring into march, the sun is definitely shining–setting later and coming out earlier =) This outfit is sort of my lazy but good-bye farewell to winter. Though I loved winter, I’m ready for spring. A simple color palette with my all-time favorite sweater dress, leggings, and black booties. I added the waist belt just to keep my frame.
I love pleated skirts, especially pleated midi skirts! They will definitely be a staple for spring =) I decided to go simple with the colors for this outfit. However, to add a pop of fun I paired a black and white polka-dotted shirt. The whimsical fabric of these two pieces makes me want to whirl and dance (but largely because the sun is out and I’m just very happy) =)
Another winter day. This outfit was inspired by the gloomy grey weather (hence all the different shades of grey–no not the book [I've actually never read the books]). Nonetheless, I still wanted to wear a skirt because skirts are an all-weather piece =). I love the subtle jacquard pattern of the skirt which compliments the pattern on the coat. I added a pair of sheer tights for extra protection. I wore my grey/white heels to compliment my top. I love that this outfit is simple yet classily winter.
I wanted to get an outfit shoot in before the snow filled up. This look was came about because I wanted to wear my red coat again–I’ve been wearing black for too long. I decided to go simple on the colors: brown boots, beige pants, and striped button down. I think the lighter color of the outfit compliments the bright red coat and the boots just adds a nice casual but classy touch.