Happy Monday friends! I hope you’re week is off to a positive and productive start! Today I’m excited to be sharing my first look in the spring 10×10 challenge. Over the next several days, I’ll be mixing up ten different wardrobe pieces to create different looks. You can check out Friday’s post to see the pieces I chose for this challenge in case you missed it. For this first look, I incorporated three wardrobe pieces together along with a few fun accessories. It’s feminine, springy, and super comfortable.
Read on for details about the pieces I chose, where I wore this look, and how to shop my outfit!
A cream lace midi skirt (thrifted, similar)
A blush pink tee (Everlane)
A cropped denim jacket (ThredUp, similar)
I recently thrifted this pretty cream lace midi skirt, and I’ve been so excited to style it for spring. For this first look I paired it with a boxy blush tee by Everlane. To bring the waist in a bit, I knotted the tee to the side, and topped the look off with a denim jacket. The jacket is slightly cropped and has a good fit, bringing the waist in and adding a light layer for evening. The resulting silhouette is so classic, and one of my favorites to wear.
A blush pink cross-body bag (Everlane)
Vintage Chanel ballet flats (eBay)
A blush pink watch (Berg + Betts)
A dainty gold necklace (Madewell)
If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you know I’ve been working on my accessorization skills for the past few months, so coming into this challenge, I knew accessories were something I would want to emphasize. For this look I took a cue from my blush tee and added my favorite blush bag. It’s made in Spain and is absolutely beautiful. I also put on my blush pink recycled leather watch which is rarely off my wrist. A dainty gold necklace and vintage ballet flats finish off the look with a touch of sweetness.
I wore this look for a few Sunday activities including a morning church service, and an afternoon at the symphony. My local symphony does an annual Beethoven & Blue Jeans concert, but this year I opted to keep the denim to my jacket. 😉 The outfit was perfect for the breezy sunny weather outside, and the jacket kept me warm enough in a chilly concert hall.
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And that’s a wrap on look number one!
Are you participating in this challenge? What does spring dressing look like in your part of the world? I’d love to hear!