Stepping into Spring

Stepping into Spring

Hi Lovies!

As you know, we are officially in Spring, even though Mother Nature hasn't gotten the memo here in NYC. But I'm not letting that stop me from getting into the spirit. I find that bright, colorful and bold pieces can make you feel like you should be in warmer weather, they just scream spring/summer. So when I saw these pieces from Lane Bryant, I knew they had to be added to my spring wardrobe. 

This Pop Print Pleated Maxi Dress is everything! I normally don't do maxi dresses but this one was just gorgeous. I love the way it flows and moves on the body, especially when a nice wind catches it. Like I said before, bright, bold colors are a must for the spring and this one is nothing short of perfect. Since it's still chilly out I paired the dress with this amazing Cut-out Faux Leather Jacket. This jacket is definitely going to get a lot of use, it can go with almost anything.

Outfit One
JacketDress & Shoes c/o Lane Bryant

Another color that just screams Spring is white. Now I know a lot of you ladies cringe at the thought of wearing white for different reason, one being that it makes you look bigger. That is a total myth! As for me, I totally stepped out my comfort zone and tried these awesome 6th & Lane Culottes. I haven't worn culottes since I was a kid but they are definitely making a come back for season. These are super comfy and soft and can totally be dressed up or down. I decided to do a combination of both and rock the culottes with this Embroidered Pineapple Tee and Eyelet Moto Jacket. It's a cute and casual look with just the right amount of color to break up all the white and the Polka Dot Shoes just tied the whole outfit together.

Outfit Two
JacketTopPants & Shoes c/o Lane Bryant

Photography by April Pabon

What are you adding to your wardrobe for Spring??

Thanks for reading!

All items were gifted but all thoughts and opinions within this post are my own

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