Today I’d like to share some key pieces for the spring! Starting off, we have tribal prints. I personally love this style, mostly because of how versatile it is. Tribal print has made it’s way through every season, and I have a hunch that it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. As winter progresses into spring, here is how you can continue wearing tribal prints:
Fold up your tribal print cardigans and sweaters and add some bright printed skirts and dresses to your wardrobe! These are great items that’ll last their way through summer and fall.
Next item: Florals. I love anything with flowers on it, and I can see this coming spring season exploding in a flower craze. For now, start with simple patterns like this here top Maxine is wearing:
Onto Pastels! Pastels are no doubt going to remain a spring staple for a long time, so no hurt in getting some now! Here is a potential Valentine’s Day outfit:
Can I just say that this turquoise/teal color is my all time favorite color. And mixed with white lace – perfect!
That is all! Comment below which outfit is your favorite 🙂
I realize that it is no where near the official period of Spring, but the weather does what it wants to do. Plus, there’s no harm in planning for the coming season. After wearing dark clothing for the majority of winter, I’m finally bringing out my brighter colors! Here is what I wore today:
I’m slowly easing my way into spring clothing – nothing extravagant, just a simple white tee with a floral skirt. For shoes, I wore grey slip-ons, similar to Tom’s, to highlight the grey hues in my skirt. On top I am wearing a thrifted Forever 21 faux leather jacket to give an overall earthy feel to the outfit. As in my interview outfit, I am wearing my gold collar necklace; it really pulls an outfit together 🙂
Now for Cindy, who is wearing pink pastels with grey pants – perfect colors for transitioning from winter into spring. My advice: try wearing grey or brown instead of black. Pantone’s “Fashion Color Report Spring 2014” says to try mixing pastels with bright colors. I can’t wait to try it out!
Also, I finally tested out my new gorilla pod with an iPhone 5 adapter. It’s magnificent.
That’s all for today! Thanks for reading 🙂
Because it just refuses to snow here in the Southwest, here are some warm-weather winter outfits, featuring returning model Paige:
I absolutely love this combination of tan high-waisted skinnies with a black daisy print top. It’s a great transition into spring, yet is reminiscent of fall and winter.
Added some hipster filter to that one.
Looking perfect as always 🙂
As for me, I like to bundle up with my royal blue peacoat in the winter. I especially love colored peacoats – they add a great touch of color to any winter outfit.
Underneath, I was a black cat 🙂
As you can probably tell, I am really big on the cat trend.
And some final pictures 🙂
Loving her polaroid camera! Thanks to Paige for all the lovely pictures 🙂
Last night I went to a Secret Santa party and instead of being the conventional ‘holiday festive,’ I added my own twist to Christmas wear. The three colors that generally signify Christmas are straight up red, green, and gold; instead, I chose for my color palette olive green, maroon, and pale yellow. I think that all of these colors go so much better together than the typical crayon colors. The main focus of this outfit is, of course, the pineapple dress. It adds a great Hawaiian twist to the holiday season without being obnoxious.
Because it even gets cold in SoCal, I paired this outfit with black tights, a brown cardigan, and an olive green jacket. Details will be listed down below.
Photo credits: Cindy
Jacket – Forever 21
Cardigan – Forever 21 Mens
Dress – Tori Richard, Honolulu
Tights – Charlotte Russe
Ankle boots – Anne by Pesaro
Belt – Forever 21