Friday, March 13, 2015

March Must-Haves

Spring has finally arrived here in NY and I couldn't be happier.  Though it's going to take a while for all the piles of snow to melt completely, we've been having weather that's consistently over 40 degrees (a welcome relief from what was the coldest February in history) - which means that it's the perfect time to stock up on wardrobe essentials for the season.  So today I'm sharing my 6 must-have pieces from Old Navy that are versatile and easy for you to mix & match from now until summer.  And the best part is that everything I'm wearing here is on sale + you can get an extra 20% off regular-priced styles or 30% off sale styles when you order online using code ONSAVE!

This printed jacket is such a great lightweight option for spring because it's slightly cropped & the jacquard texture makes it easy to dress up or down (I'd style it with a white button-down shirt & tailored trousers for the office).  I love the way this coral hue pops against the blue - the longer length of this tee is perfect for layering or wearing on its own (would be so cute tucked into this white skirt).  And what's more comfortable than boyfriend jeans?  I could wear these every single day & I'm not sure I'd miss my other pairs of denim at all.

What I'm wearing:
c/o Old Navy Jacquard-Pattern Bomber (check your local store for inventory - this was available in all sizes at my nearest location), c/o Old Navy Tulip Hem Teec/o Old Navy Boyfriend Straight Jeans (recommend sizing down; I'm wearing a 2), Sole Society Booties (similar here or here), c/o Old Navy Bucket Bag (similar here or here), Similar Necklacec/o ShopLately Earrings

Feminine Top // Soft Pants // Reversible Tote

My personal weekend wear is all about easy separates that can carry me from soccer games to running errands to lunch out with friends.  A flowy top in a pretty spring print is essential for the season and works just as well with casual pieces as it does with a flirty skirt for date night.  At first, I wasn't sure these relaxed pants would work on me, but they have a slimmer cut than other styles I've tried and they are so comfortable that I'm tempted to sleep in them!  I had been eyeing this tote since it first hit stores and I was so thrilled that there were some still available - the buttery soft finish and the fact that it's reversible (to a classic cognac) sold me in a heartbeat.

What I'm wearing:
Tinseltown Denim Couture Jacket (similar here or here), c/o Old Navy Ruffle-Trim Sleeveless Top (also in coral print, black or cobalt), c/o Old Navy Linen-Blend Pants (also in olive & taupe), Similar Sneakers
c/o Old Navy Reversible Tote, J. Crew Factory Sunglasses (similar)

Photos by Olya Myers

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All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.


1 comment :

Nicoletta De Luca said...

Great and inspiring looks!

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