Hello March! While you’ve certainly come in like a lion, I’ve taken to dressing like it’s already a lamb. Call it wishful thinking. This dark floral jumpsuit will be perfect for when it’s actually warmer – but in the meantime it works with an oversized cardigan and lace-up heels.
There is a very explicit happiness that I attach to Spring jackets. They signify a distinct shift – when the weather is not quite fully warm yet, but allows for the first chance to shrug your shoulders out of those oppressive Winter coats. For that reason alone I really like them. Couple that with a bold print and swingy shape (anddddd water-resistant finish and removable hood) like this one from Boden – and I’m in love.
You guys. I hate to start every post talking about the weather.. but at heart I’m an 80 year old woman strolling through New York (this works well because at heart Adam is an 80 year old man grumbling about New York) and ALL I can talk about is our current weather. It’s glorious and giving me hope that I can in fact survive until true Spring. No better time to break out a new Spring trend then, right? Wide leg chinos are having a major moment for the season ahead and even though I was nervous to try them – I can tell you that they absolutely deserve a place in your wardrobe.
Short and sweet. Accurately describing my dress and also my NYFW experience this go around. But we’ll start with the outfit shall we? You already know that my favorite style decade is the 60s so when I’m really going for it fashion-wise, I tend to draw from that time period. I went mod with this butterfly printed silk shift dress (a nod to my late grandmother who loved nothing more than a bright butterfly and a new outfit), sheer dotted tights, sleek booties, rose colored glasses and Bardot hair.
To note: it is still not Spring. But on just the right day, when the wind dies down and you catch a sidewalk bathing in sunshine.. you can slip off your Winter coat and pretend for a second. It helps if you are wearing a pretty floral embroidered shirt that tricks you into believing May flowers are about to bloom.