March 13, 2016

Guest Post: Transitional Pieces

Bonjour mon amies! Today's post is a guest post written by Retail Merchandising student Adam King of Syrucuse University. He highlights some of spring's wardrobe pieces and accessories, and I've included photos of other influential bloggers/fashionistas to exemplify these warm weather pieces. ;) Enjoy!

"We're heading into those months where it starts to get a little warmer but it’s not quite time to break out those shorts. Here is some inspiration for the weekend days as we transition out of winter and into spring!

A pair of comfortable boyfriend jeans is so necessary for the spring. This pair from White House Black Market is ideal because they have subtle rips that don’t go overboard. 

Also with the comfort, I love this striped dress from Mango. It’s loose and flowy and if the day is a little chillier you can add tights and it will still look great.

A light coat is necessary to have in the spring for the days when it’s not quite warm enough to go coatless, yet you don’t need a parka. This light duster is super cute and great for days when you need a little extra coverage.

Booties are also a no brainer for when the snow leaves the sidewalks. Booties have been on trend for a while now but laced flats are also all the rage right now. I am seeing them everywhere. When I first saw them I was very unsure about it but with the way the world works, the more I see them the more I like them.

On rainy days it crucial to be prepared. This Jaeger coat is such cute option to keep you dry during those spring showers, and it comes in black! I love a cute umbrella for when you want to wish away the rain in style. This one designed by Felix Rey co-founders, Sulaika Zarrouk and Lily Rafii, now Lily Band after marrying business consultant Doug Band, is perfect for the dreary days when you want to add some light!"

Thanks so much for reading! I hope you enjoyed this post, and let me know if you'd like to see more guest posts in the future :)


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