I don’t know about you, but that makes me super happy and excited. Warmer days, greener trees, flowers blooming, and my favorite…time to break out the tanks, skirts and cutoffs. Lazy summer days are just around the corner. I love spring fashion and seeing what trends will carry us through out the year. One thing I’m seeing over and over is pastels. Whether on top or bottom, pastels are sure to be in our wardrobe this season. Here I’m wearing a gorgeous gray+pink maxi dress from Forever 21. The chiffon bottom that makes it ever so flowy and fun, and the color-blocked gray portion gives it a unique, interesting look.
I’m also wearing a fab headband from Lemons and Lace-and let me tell you, she has the most amazing pieces for spring. These homemade beauties are great for those days when you don’t really know what to do with your hair, or maybe you’re on day 3, 4, 5 of dirty hair…I’m not the only one right, it just doesn’t always get washed. Slip on a cute snug-to-the-head band and you’re good to go.
As for accessories, layering is key. I feel you can never have too many jewels on, whether it’s rings, bracelets or necklaces. Mixing gold + silver is super on trend right now, which I love because I have both and love to get the most wear out of them. Here I’m wearing a gorgeous pink stone necklace from Native Hearts, and a longer boho chain necklace from Forever 21. And you can never go wrong with some bangles, the more the merrier. Lastly, to finish the look I wanted to wear a neutral shoe since there was a lot going on up top. I wore some brown suede booties because I’m loving all these gypsy + bohemian lately, and I love the fringe detail.
Also you can’t go wrong with this multicolored patterned tote bag from Target. So now’s your turn. Break out the maxis, skirts, dresses! Don’t be afraid to mix it up and bit, and be sure to get some pastels this season. Happy Spring!
Why is it that sometimes it takes a trial, illness, or loss for us to see our blessings?
Perhaps experiencing loss opens our eyes to the entirety of our blessings. That’s what happened to me.
I experienced a momentary loss that opened my eyes for the rest of my life and helped me taste the price of great love.