Navigating the transition from winter to spring is always a bit tricky when it comes to getting dressed each day. It’s clearly still winter here in NY, but all the new spring arrivals are hitting stores & I’m finding myself growing more & more tired of all the dark hues in my closet.
Often times, bridging the gap between seasons is as simple as shifting to a lighter color palette – this way, even if you are still wearing multiple layers, your outfits still have a more spring-like feel. Now is the time to start packing away those tartan plaids & faux fur and begin pulling out your neutral knitwear & white denim (though I’ve been wearing mine all season long!).
This striped sweater is lightweight enough to carry me all through the spring & well into summer (with shorts & sandals). This runs true to size & comes in 6 different colors/stripes – I like that it’s slightly longer in the back so you can also wear it with leggings. Pink is a huge color trend for spring & one that I plan on fully embracing – it will be my first in the Color Crush series which I’m bringing back later this month! More pink favorites of mine include this cardigan, this vest, this ribbed tee & these flats.
What I’m wearing:
Old Navy Vest (also love this one & this one), Old Navy Sweater,
LOFT Chambray Shirt (similar under $20, under $30 or under $40),
Old Navy Jeans (similar here or here), NIKE Sneakers, Similar Hat,
Olivia Burton Watch (similar for less here), Nails: Essie Looks To Thrill