Monday, March 6, 2017

Transitioning to Spring

You all know by now that I am not a fan of color, so the spring/summertime can be a bit difficult for me because I don't want to abandon my favorite neutral - black. In todays post I thought I would share with you how to transition your dark pieces into spring appropriate outfits!

You guys know by now [or at least should] know that there is nothing I love more then wearing all black. In the spring/summer however you can look a bit out of place if you wear the combo. By pairing your dark pieces with a light wash pair of jeans and nude sandals, you will be transition ready!

I recently picked up this Free People tube top and it has quickly become a new staple in my wardrobe. I love how it isn't a body suit so its comfortable, but it's tight enough to where you can tuck it into your jeans or shorts with no problem. I am dying to get this shirt in a couple more colors! 

This Zara coat is something that I picked up over Christmas break and it is my obsession. It's basically a stylish blanket - it's so warm and cozy while remaining fashion forward. 

Accessory wise you guys all know by now that my Céline sunglasses and my Gucci bag are my absolute favorites, so of course they were featured, but I have been OBSESSED with this B.Low the Belt dupe from Forever21 that I got while in Hong Kong this past Christmas. It is so cute and so trendy and makes every outfit a little bit cooler. 

My Sam Edelman Yardley shoes were on my wish list all last Spring and I finally found them in a boutique in San Francisco over Spring Break last year and it has been a love affair ever since. They are so comfortable and they look so beautiful on your foot. Get them, you won't regret it. 

I hope that this gave all of my all black lovers a little bit of inspiration as to how they can transition their black pieces into spring. 



Top: Free People Jacket: Zara, Similar in Style Jeans: Paige Belt: Forever21, Similar Shoes [On Sale!]:Sam Edelman Sunglasses: Céline Bag: Gucci 

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