Wednesday Wants



Chambray Cold Shoulder Top // Blush Round Crossbody // Distressed White Skinny Jeans // Blush Block Heels with Floral Embroidery

The Work Look:
Nothing says spring to me like navy & white. Especially when it comes to work wear, since navy and white is a combination that looks fresh but still professional. These pants are my go-to favorite pants (the sloan pant), but in navy instead of the black that I wear all winter. Paired with the cutest top ever (seriously, I can't get over this top) and it becomes an effortless business casual outfit. This shirt is great because while it can be dressed up for work, it would also look equally as great on the weekend with jeans and wedge sandals. 

The Weekend Look:
This week's wants are apparently all about the shirts. This chambray cold shoulder top is another item that I fell in love with as soon as I saw it. I love the ruffle and the off the shoulder sleeve and that it actually has thick straps to keep the shirt in place! I decided to style it with white denim and neutral accessories. The round crossbody is a huge trend for spring and this particular bag is crazy affordable - a perfect addition to your closet. I mentioned the embroidery trend in last week's wants (sharing the cutest embroidered leather sneakers) and this week again I'm sharing some embroidered shoes that I just love. These sandals are so pretty and can be worn as a 'neutral' with so many outfits this spring and summer.

In other news, I am so excited because my sister and her two kiddos are coming to visit today! The kids are on March break so my sister is coming to Vancouver to visit for the week. I apologize in advance for the amount of instagram stories that I will be sharing of them haha.

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2 comments

  1. Great looks!

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