Light Layers for Spring: Camo Jacket
This jacket is a great transition layer and I’m always a fan of camo print. The sleeves are a bit short since I’m 5’11” but I roll my sleeves in spring anyway. This jacket is really cute and good quality. It’s almost sold out, so if your size is no longer available, here is a link to a similar camo jacket that’s under $25.
I’m wearing an xs in the tank top. It runs large, so I recommend sizing down one. It’s great for layering or to wear alone and available in multiple colors. I like to wear it knotted or tucked in the front. Sizes are quickly selling out though.
I usually size up one in shorts for a more relaxed fit but this distressed pair was perfect in my usual jeans size.
Light Layers for Spring: Moto Jacket
This moto jacket is awesome cut and quality. I have similar pieces that were four times (or more) the price of this jacket so it’s a great buy. As for the jeggings, they are true to size and super comfy. I recommend washing dark rinse jeans before wearing to minimize rub off.
To take this outfit from day to night, all you need to is change the shoes from sneakers to heels. I linked a similar pair of clear heels.
White Tops for Spring
The top is cute and a great basic for a warm weather wardrobe. It’s a relaxed fit, not too sheer but still lightweight. I prefer to wear it tied. I’ll share a few more ways to style it on stories this week if you’re a fan of this top, like me, and want a few more ideas. I have size xs.
These shorts are the same ones pictured in the camo outfit above. They are a relaxed fit so I would go with your usual size. They fit great!
For the final outfit, I’m showing this top in two ways. The flutter sleeves on the top are a fun detail. You can wear it paired with shorts for a casual warm weather outfit or with jeans and loafers for a more polished look. Both are great for an every day kind of outfit.
Also to spruce up an outfit, don’t be afraid to mix patterns/textures. For example, the pointelle patterned top, woven bag, and animal print loafers. It may seem like a lot, but in the end it all fits together.
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