Casual Spring Outfit: Red, White & Blue
It’s going to be hard to top yesterday! Thanks for all the kind comments. I guess I should wear dresses more often!!
Today’s outfit is super similar to the one I posted last week with the striped 3/4 sleeve tee from LOFT. I didn’t even realize it until I went to edit pictures and realized I’d put almost the same outfit together again! I guess I know what I like, right?
This shirt has a similar cut to the LOFT one, but I like the V-neckline better. It’s nice quality, but thin. They call it a sweatshirt, but it seems more t-shirt like to me. Whatever you call it, I like it! I’ve already worn it 3 or 4 times!
This is the perfect top for spring and for cooler summer days or cool summer vacation destinations. I go to Maine every summer, so I’m always thinking ahead to that and save out some of my spring tops to bring along.
Here’s a back view.
For size reference, I’m wearing a medium.
I decided to go with silver jewelry for a change, so I threw on this casual Silpada Duomo Necklace and my David Yurman Oval Link Bracelet. The bracelet was a gift from my husband quite a few years ago, and it’s still one of my favorites. It’s substantial enough to stand alone, and it also makes a great layering piece. It seems to go with everything.
I carried my grey satchel. This bag is long gone, so I linked to a few similar styles below. I also really like this Rebecca Minkoff Screw Stud Bucket Bag in Putty that is on sale for $202. If I didn’t already have one of her bucket bags, I’d be all over that. (Word to the wise: it is unlined, which means no cell phone pockets, etc.)
I wore my Hudson Krista cropped skinnies and Converse, but this top would be cute with white jeans as well. For shoes, I would also consider ballet flats or wedge sandals or flat sandals… the possibilities are endless!
Also, the Hudson Krista are full price (I explained before that I got mine on a super deal, like half price, but now I can only find them on Amazon for full price) but Holli commented and said that the Hudson Nico are very similar, and she loves hers. They’re marked down to $112 on Amazon, which is still pricey, but MUCH better than $189.
On chillier days when I have to go somewhere, I throw my Fatigue Jacket on over this outfit. I like the contrast of the olive green against the tomato-red of the top.
Caslon Striped V-Neck Sweatshirt $48
jeans: Hudson Krista Crop $189 (or try Nico for $112)
bag: old (similar HERE $336 OR try the Sole Society Kelley for $54)
Hinge Fatigue Jacket: Olive Tarmac $88 (or try THIS ONE for $59)
sneakers: Converse Shoreline $49
bracelet: David Yurman
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