Yesterday was the first day of Spring! I love when Spring is here because it signifies a time of growth, change, and renewal. Spring cleaning is about letting go of what hasn’t worked, and making space for change. Another part of Spring that I love is transitioning my wardrobe. I thought I’d share some pieces that I think are perfect for for Spring time. Let me know what you think!

You may remember this photo from the Up Closet & Personal that we did with Pollyanna Rose last week. Her jacket for Spring time is great! It’s a fun pop of color, and the fringe and kimono quality make it perfectly bohemian and a fun addition to any outfit. It’s made by UNIF and can be found here at Wasteland (less expensive than other btqs I found).

I like pieces that I can wear as alternatives to t-shirts and think that ZARA has a lovely selection of tops including the two in the photo above. Jeans and a white tee or clean white button down look classic together. The leopard blouse is also great for Spring. The pop of print with jeans, red lips, and a great pair of sunnies… Perfect.

I adore these Current/Elliot boyfriend shorts in ‘red rose,’ which can be found here.  I would wear them with a slouchy white tee and a pair of my favorite K Jacques sandals from Shopbop. They are expensive but worth every penny.

One of my favorite places to look for cute mid-priced dresses is Free People. For Spring I think stripes are really cute so when I saw this dress I gravitated towards it!

Throw it on with some bangles and your K Jacques and you’re ready to go…
How do you transition your wardrobe for Spring? I hope you like some of these things… I always love to hear about what friends are coveting, so please share!

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