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Surprise, I’ve got a Saturday post this week!

I wasn’t planning to post today, but as I was looking at my editorial calendar for the next couple of weeks, I realized I have more content to share than days in which to post. So here we are!

I’m always afraid to push outfits out too far because things sell out, and we shot this look last week, so I wanted to get it out to you.

Yes, I realize it’s a small subset of the population who can wear this right now, but intel from the southern United States tells me it’s unseasonably warm down there, so hopefully this look will resonate with someone.

Meanwhile, it’s 25 degrees here in Philly this morning. #brrr

Fortunately, it was a mild 55 degrees the day we shot this look, although it was still chilly in the shade… as you can probably tell by how stiff my arms are, haha!

Anyway, I shared this graphic tee in a recent try-on haul, and it went right into my closet. I think it’s so cute, and I love the fit.

It comes in a bunch of other designs, but this navy one with the colorful sentiment spoke to me. They have more patterns at Boden, but you can also find some at Nordstrom with their free shipping. I have a small, and the fit is perfect.

I paired this whimsical tee with light wash jeans and fashion sneakers for an everyday outfit that’s perfect for everything from running errands and chauffeuring the kids, to working from home and hosting causal get togethers.

On cooler days, I’ll throw my white denim jacket on top.

This one is by Kut from the Kloth, and I really like the fit. It has a nice shape through the waist area, and it’s stretchy and lightweight and comfortable.

It comes in regular and petite sizes, and I have the medium, for reference.

These jeans are my Rag & Bone shredded hem skinnies, and I’ve been wearing them a lot recently.

They have a good amount of stretch to them, but they don’t bag out throughout the day. The shredded hem is a fun detail and is in keeping with the casual vibe of the light wash.

I generally like a lighter wash for spring, but especially with this look.

It provides a nice contrast against the navy of the t-shirt and the white of the jacket, and also ties into some of the colors in the graphic.

For jewelry, I just wore my David Yurman hoops. The buttons on the jean jacket are silver, so I usually try to coordinate my jewelry.

These earrings were a Christmas present from Paul, and I wear them a lot, so I tried to find some similar options for less that I can share when I wear them.

I recently found these fun silver hammered hoops at Chico’s, and this filigree pair from Kendra Scott are really pretty and feminine, but these rope hoops from Talbots look most like mine.

Finally, these sneakers were an Amazon fashion find. They’re a knock-off of the popular Golden Goose brand, but they’re not an exact dupe.

I think they’re fun for casual looks, and they’re fairly comfortable too. The quality is about what you’d expect for $28 sneakers. (Prices vary from $19.89 to $45.99 based on size and color.)

Mine are the Gold, and you definitely should size up a half size, as indicated on the website.

I’m not able to wear this outfit around here yet, but the weather can change on a dime, and when spring arrives, I’ll be ready!

If I were going somewhere warmer for Spring Break, I would definitely pack this outfit. It would be great for a trip to Disney World.

Outfit Details:

graphic tee at Boden or Nordstrom // Rag & Bone jeans (similar for less) // white jacket // sneakers // hoops (similar for less) // handbag (white bag)

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photos: Alison Cornell