Wednesday Wants

what to wear to work spring

Lace Top // Grass Green Blazer // Gingham Zip Pouch // Statement Earrings // Navy Pants

outfit with rain boots for busy women

Yellow Rain Coat  // Floral Rain Boots // Zella High Waisted Leggings (the BEST leggings) // 3/4 Sleeve Tunic

It's FINALLY MARCH!!! For me, March 1st is officially spring, whatever the weather may be. I wanted to ring in spring with outfits that showcase spring colors, but are still warm enough to wear since I am not entirely delusional and realize that it may or may not actually still be winter outside haha.


The Work Look:

Grass green is the 'it' shade this spring. Designers from JCrew to Banana Republic to Stella McCartney have brought this color into their spring lines. I am obsessed with it. I decided to pair it with lots of white and navy for a crisp work look. I also can't get enough of this adorable gingham clutch. It adds an element of spring / happiness to this work look.


The Weekend Look:

   How fantastic is the bright yellow rain coat?! I think everyone needs a standout raincoat - something that brings some brightness to a gloomy rainy day. This bold yellow coat certainly does that! Same goes for the rain boots- I love the touch of floral. These are definitely chic enough to be worn all day. I decided to pair these with my favorite leggings (they are the most comfortable) and this blue shade of a the classic Lush tunic. I have this tunic in 2 other colors and definitely want this blue shade for spring.

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2 comments

  1. I am so drawn to that bright green blazer! I especially love it how you paired it with the navy pants!
    Brooke

    pumps and push-ups

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    1. Thanks Brooke! The blazer would look gorgeous with your hair color! Happy Sunday! Hope you're having a great one :)

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