Magenta + Leopard for Spring

Hello and welcome back to 26 Days of Spring Fashion! Today I’ve got the cutest twist front pullover I want to show you.

This top is so super soft and comfortable. It has a fleecy lining, but it’s on the thinner side, so great for in-between weather like many of us are having right now.

I also like the 3/4-length sleeves for this time of year, and the twisted detail at the front hem is a fun detail as well.

This top comes in a bunch of fun colors, and it runs true to size for the Gibson brand. I have the purple vintner solid in a size small.

I paired it with my go-to raw hem ankle length skinny jeans, and then I added leopard flats for pattern and texture.

These pointed-toe leopard flats are a year-round closet staple. I snagged them when they were 40% off, but unfortunately they’re no longer on sale. I expect they will be again before too long, as J.Crew seems to run sales often these days. They do run small; I had to size up to a 9, and I usually wear 8 or 8.5.

I’m starting to prefer the pointed toe flats to the rounded ballet flats I’ve been wearing for the past few years. They seem a little more chic, and I guess I’m getting tired of the rounded look because I’ve worn it so much — not to say I’m throwing away all my ballet flats, but I find myself gravitating more to the pointed-toe styles.

Here are a few more options for leopard flats this spring:

This outfit is super simple and easy to throw on and go, but the twist front top is a nice play on a basic tee, and the leopard flats level up the jeans and solid top to a stylish mom-on-the-go look that is both chic and practical.

Outfit Details:

Gibson twist front pullover // AG legging ankle jeans // J.Crew pointed-toe leopard flats // Everlane day market tote // necklace // sunnies c/o Maui Jim

Be sure to visit Cyndi and see the spring outfit she’s styling today!

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photos: Alison Cornell