It’s official, loves: spring has sprung. As my old soul sways to the joyous tune of “They Say It’s Spring” by Blossom Dearie, I can’t help but feel light and chipper. This season is all about renewal, fresh beginnings, and bidding a temporary, but lengthy adieu to oversized puffer jackets. What’s not to enjoy?!
Although I am resolute in my belief that white can be donned year-round, it seemed especially necessary to break out a monochromatic look to celebrate spring’s arrival, given its heavy delay. This crisp, white top from Design History is a favorable addition to your spring work wardrobe, with the Peter Pan collar and the modest ruffle layer beneath it giving birth to a solid combination of elegance and femininity.
I styled the top with my striped culottes from Topshop, which will be receiving plenty of love during these warmer months. I find that culottes are less constricting than most pant types, providing the legs with a little more breathing room whilst taking on the relentless heat. Plus, it’s hard to say no to a wide-leg silhouette.
To round out the business chic ensemble, I paired my Frankie Shop bag and Oak + Fort mules with the look. I love making consistent use of these pieces because they have vintage appeal and truly go with just about anything.
What closet essentials are you pumped to wear this spring? Share your thoughts in the comments below! 🙂
**A special thank you to Design History for gifting me with the top! All opinions expressed are my own.
Top (similar HERE): Design History
Pants (similar HERE): Topshop
Shoes: Oak + Fort
Bag (similar HERE): The Frankie Shop
Watch: Daniel Wellington
Photography: Jacob Goldberg (IG: @j.goldberg_photography)
I love this outfit and post!! <3
Sami Mauskopf says
Thank you, my dear! Miss you so much!!