Transitions, transitions

Transitions, transitions

Oasis blue shirt
$53 –

Old Navy white pants

Michael kors jewelry
$240 –


Turquoise necklace

Nars cosmetic

MAC Cosmetics lips makeup

Urban Decay home decor

Here’s a fun game I like to play. I love going on Polyvore and “shopping my closet” when I’m at a loss for outfit inspiration. Remember those pixie pants i was obsessing over? I bought them in white, too. If you like something, get it in every color, right? I’ve never worn white denim before, but it’s such a crisp and clean alternative to blue jeans, how could I not give it a go. Well. This outfit is a combination of “transitional” pieces that I have in my wardrobe. I’m determined to start incorporating spring into my  aesthetic, bit by bit. I like this outfit because it’s very classic yet very casual. The white pants and navy blouse make a wonderful canvas for some more “fun” pieces like the bubble necklace and Madewell flats (which I am still DYING to wear.) I would feel comfortable wearing this class and then out with friends, or into Manhattan for a day of shopping, or to see a show, really anywhere! Also, after months and months of donning my navy Parka, putting on a light trench is going to feel SO GOOD. The one I have is light tan with orange piping, but this Zara version is adorable as well.  I can’t wait to start playing with pieces like this as the weather warms up and hopefully I can re-create this outfit for you all!
What winter/spring transitions are you most excited about?
Much love,

Havren Colour-block navy cashmere sweater, styled two ways.

Havren colorblocked sweater

Flared leather skirt

Jack Rogers sandals

MAC Cosmetics lipstick
So, I was contacted earlier this week a representative from Havren Clothing, a lovely British fashion retailer. They sell such beautiful, romantic and feminine clothing, I wanted to purchase everything on the site! If you love soft-ladylike styles, or just classic pieces that will never go out of style, I highly recommend this site. I decided to chose this ADORABLE colorblocked sweater that I saw and style it two ways- one for day and one for night. Colorblocking has been popular for a few seasons now and I would be content if it never went away. Navy and white is one of my favorite color schemes (i’m a sucker for nautical.) For day, I think this sweater would look adorable with these beautiful satin, bright purple shorts from J.Crew. I saw them on my most recent trip over spring break and was super tempted. The price of $75 was a BIT unjustifiable, so i’m hoping for a sale to scoop them up. I finished off the look with a fun chain necklace from BaubleBar and some navy and white Jack Rodgers sandals. And, of course, cat-eyed sunglasses. I think this look is perfect for any casual spring day where you’re spending time with friends or family!
For nighttime, I chose some pieces that are definitely out of my comfort zone. This leather circle skirt is adorable (even though it’s a bit pricey, you can find faux-leather circle skirts anywhere. Topshop and Zara make adorable versions.)  These DSW booties are definitely edgier than I am comfortable with, but I think they are super cute and are great for any sort of “going out” look. I finished it off with a cute spike-style necklaces and, as always, red lips (a girl’s greatest weapon.)
This sweater is SUPER versatile, and I highly suggest you check out the rest of the Havren Brand.
This is where you can find the adorable sweater:
and THIS  is their website:
Also, happy st. Patty’s day weekend to all! 😉
Much love,