Love love love the arm detailing on the sweater and the shorter length!! Not only does it look great for a shorter statured woman such as myself but I also love the punch of color.
Honestly, I see this being the perfect sweater for a chill night with friends while up in the NW.
sweater via Free People
Nineties fashion seems to have come back in style, and I must say, as a ’90s kid, I am loving it!
I especially love this top from Free People. It’s a great piece by itself or for layering. Also looks amazing with this ensemble of colored leggings and a flannel tied ’round the waist.
How do y’all feel about the ’90s making a comeback?
Want to wear fall colors but still keep cool while it’s 80+ degrees outside?
Try out the bell sleeve top. Its shape gives you movement and also allows for air to better circulate around your arms. This effect ends up making you feel cooler than you would while wearing any other similar long sleeved top.
I also love pairing a bell sleeve top with skinny jeans, as this can even out your proportions and not make you feel frumpy. Or you can do like the above photo and tuck in your top into an a-line mini skirt. So cute!
Have a good weekend and TGIF!
(Lace top: Love & Liberty; Sage green top: Urban Outfitters: Plaid top: Free People; Cinnamon print top: Nordstrom; Black print top: Free People; Cinnamon solid top: Forever 21)
I’ve always felt my style leans a little classic with some hints of quirkiness, boho, and a little rock n roll, which makes sense when your fashion icons range from Audrey Hepburn to Stevie Nicks.
With that being said, warmer weather is definitely amazing fashion-wise for me because I can utilize all of the styles that I love into my wardrobe. From fringed accessories, a classic striped top with a quirky flutter sleeve, or circle sunglasses that pay homage to past rock legends, I’ll be feeling and looking good.
What are some of your top S/S picks you’re wanting to get in your closet ASAP?
(1. H&M Off-the-shoulder Top: $9.99; 2: Ecote Leanne Suede Saddle Bag: $39 at Urban Outfitters; 3: Billy Ella Lace-Up Flats: $178 at Anthropologie; 4: Collared Lace Tunic: $178 at Anthropologie; 5: Vivetta Profile Cut Button Down: $299.91 via farfetch.com; 6: H&M Bandeau Bikini Top: $19.99; 7: H&M Bikini Bottom: $14.99; 8: Ruffle Sleeve Top: $79.50 at JCrew; 9: Multicolored Tassel Sandals (also comes in black): $168 at JCrew; 10: Free People Imagine Sunglasses: $20)
I’m seeing ponchos everywhere and at first I was skeptical of the trend but this poncho by Free People has got me saying “yay” instead of “nay”. I love the texture and coloring of it, sort of a nod to the good ol’ cowboy days but with a more modern structure.
It could easily be paired with jeans and leggings along with dresses and skirts even.
(Free People Melange Poncho: $168)
Image from Free People website. Link to site is included in the above post.
I would love love love to head down south to California for Coachella. If only I wasn’t a college student who needs to be a good student and not skip school to go off and do crazy shenanigans, like going to a music festival. *sigh* Y’all shouldn’t feel that bad for me though, considering how I will make my way down there during the Summer. 😉
However, if I were going to venture down to Indio, below are a some things I’d totally pack!
(Romper: Urban Outfitters; Cropped halter top: Nasty Gal; Bralette: Nasty Gal; Black cutoff shorts: Urban Outfitters; Fringed crossbody bag: Nasty Gal; Sunglasses: Ray Bans; Backpack: Free People; Headband: Free People)
Wishing y’all a wonderful rest of the week and weekend!