And just like that! It’s the last day of March, and we’re wrapping up 23 Days of Spring Fashion! To close out this series, I’m styling flares with a blazer and a reversible floral cami for date night or a business casual event.
This cami is actually reversible, which is great because you’re basically getting two tops in one. You can see the zebra print from the other side, but I think it’s kind of a cool feature, actually.
WHBM has been doing these reversible camis for years, and I appreciate that they made this one regular bra-friendly. Even though it has thin straps, they are placed perfectly and cover enough of my bra that I don’t feel the need to wear a strapless.
It’s a little long on me, so I gave it a front-tuck.
And these jeans are amazingly soft and flattering. I’m seriously impressed with these. Flares are trying to make a comeback, but these are more of a slim bootcut. I’m hoping they start to look more modern now that longer, more relaxed styles are coming back around.
I usually size down in jeans from White House Black Market because they tend to stretch out a bit, so I ordered these in both the 4 and 6. While the 6 felt okay, the 4 still zipped comfortably, so that’s the size I’m wearing here.
I’m very picky about wash and distressing, and they did a really good job with the wash on these — especially considering that they retail for well under $100. Highly recommend if you’re looking for bootcut jeans this spring.
And I wore my Dolce Vita braided sandals again. I like how the ivory color repeats the ivory background on the floral cami, and because they have a low contrast against my skin, they allow the long, leggy silhouette of the jeans to show to full advantage.
Unless it’s super hot outside, I like to wear a completer piece with a strappy cami, so I layered my J.Crew Going Out Blazer on top.
I love this blazer because it doesn’t look as corporate as some. It has a flattering fit with good structure and bracelet-length sleeves. (Bracelet length sleeves are slightly longer than 3/4 sleeves — they should sit just above the wrist, whereas 3/4 sleeves will sit about half-way up your forearm.)
It’s soft and stretchy and fully lined, and I have my usual size 6. You could size up if you wanted to wear it over thicker sweaters.
And I carried this trendy Loeffler Randall gathered baguette bag in the black. This style is very popular right now, and I love that it has a strap so you can be hands-free.
The clutch I carried yesterday is adorable, but without a strap, it’s hard to take out to restaurants because I don’t want to set my bag on the table or the floor.
This baguette bag has a comfortable strap that you can wear over the shoulder, over your arm, or just carry in your hand. It also comes in a really pretty sand color (which I also ordered; I’m still deciding which one to keep… ) and it’s 25% off right now!
I accessorized with my double chain necklace from Evereve and gold Kendra Scott hoops. And because the blazer has bracelet-length sleeves, you definitely want to wear a bracelet. It’s kind of the point! So, I added a gold croc-embossed cuff from Ann Taylor.
Unfortunately it’s old, but I chose to wear it because I wanted something with enough visual weight to grab your attention, and it’s a classic style that works well with the blazer and cami.
And with that, another 23 Days of Spring Fashion is in the books! I hope you enjoyed it. I feel like this year went by faster than most.
I was blessed with really nice weather for most of my photo shoots… something I can’t usually say for spring fashion photos! For that, I am extremely grateful. And I enjoyed styling clothes that I know I’m actually going to get to wear somewhere!
Even though our spring style series is over, there will be plenty more spring outfits to come! In fact, I have a few banked up that I didn’t use in this series, so I’ll probably share them next week when I’m in Florida.
Meanwhile, be sure to visit Cyndi Spivey and see the spring look she’s styling today!
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photos: Alison Cornell