Spring Transition Look with Snakeskin Flats

Greetings and welcome back to 26 Days of Spring Fashion! Today I’ve got a spring transition look that I’ve actually been able to wear a few times already, here in the tundra of Pennsylvania.

This sweater is one of my favorites right now because it’s warm and also looks a little spring-like.

It’s been in and out of stock, and it’s currently on sale, so I’m afraid sizes are getting depleted.

I love the chunky knit and the shorter length, and Pearl Essence is the perfect name for the color. It’s such a pretty tone. I’m wearing a small, for reference.

I paired the ivory sweater with raw hem black skinny jeans, but it also looks great with blue jeans in any shade, and I even like it paired with white jeans for a monochromatic look.

I love how the snakeskin print on these half d’orsay flats pulls in the ivory sweater and black jeans.

These shoes are giving me all the 80s vibes. I’m really happy to see pointy-toe flats trending again. While they’re not as comfortable as the traditional ballet flats with a rounded toe, I think the look is a little more sophisticated, and they’re just nice for a change.

These shoes seem to run small; I had to size up half to accommodate the pointy toe.

Finally, I topped off the look with my trusty black leather jacket. It’s been pretty cold here lately, but I’ve had a few days when I could get away with my leather jacket rather than my winter coat.

While the sweater and jeans are fine on their own, the addition of the leather jacket really finishes off the look and gives it some juxtaposition. A denim jacket is another option that looks really good with this outfit.

I will say that the length of the jacket and the length of the sweater are a little awkward together, but I can overlook that because I love this combination of patterns and textures, as well as the mix of dark and light neutrals.

Outfit Details:

sweater // similar jeans // flats // similar jackets // shoulder bag // earrings // sunnies c/o Maui Jim

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photos: Alison Cornell