Lace top / Black blazer / Banana Republic white jeans / J Crew skater skirt / LOFT stretch jeans / Zara black skirt / Ted Baker pink shoes / Vince Camuto black sandals / Converse shoes/ Sole Society suede shoes / Forever 21 flat shoes / ASOS red handbag / Forever 21 black purse / J Brand boyfriend jeans / Kate Spade Saturday mini skirt
I think style posts are quickly becoming my favorites. I love sharing how I plan on experimenting with latest additions to my closet and it also helps me stay accountable for how I'm spending my money.
I love this full sleeve lace top from She Inside. The quality was pretty decent. I have to warn you though, it can be a bit sheer so a white cami underneath is a good idea. Unfortunately, the sizing didn't work out very well for me... I would definitely recommend sizing up. So instead of returning it, I gifted it to my sister... aren't I the best sister, ever?! ;)
This top is perfect for spring because it gives you extra coverage on your arms, but still breathable because of the lace. I like the basic white color too because it goes with absolutely everything! I had originally created these looks when I first decided to the order this top and the combination with the colorful Kate Spade Saturday mini skirt was my favorite. Unfortunately, I waited too long and it quickly sold out after going on sale. Don't you just hate it when that happens? I loved how colorful it was, but I wasn't sure how much wear I would get out of it since it was a mini... I can be a little self consciousness with showing too much thigh. So I'm on the lookout for similar colorful skirt in a lightly longer length instead.
I wore a similar look for the first one in my first outfit post here. I would have liked the longer sleeves version better though. I always think its a good idea to balance your outfit when showing some skin. I'm showing some leg, I tend to cover up my arms. I guess there are always exceptions, though! :) Lastly, these red suede kitty heels are on my wish list for this month. They are the prefect cut and I've been known to fall over when I wear high heels... so these are just perfect. Plus, I don't own any red shoes. I love the pop of color and how they totally elevate this simple look!
This post is quiet a bit shorter than my previous ones, but I've had a super busy weekend and I started a new job today! I'm very excited about the new challenging role, but what I'm not excited about is wearing scrubs for the majority of the work week. Some people love it, but I actually don't mind getting a little dressed up for work. I guess it will be another good reason to stick to my three question checklist when adding new pieces to my wardrobe.
So, tell me... which look is your favorite?
p.s. I'm linking up with Rachelle from PinkSole for #HowISpring link up. Be sure to checkout her blog for more great inspirations this season!