My pink jeans were one of my favorite wardrobe items last summer, and if possible, they’re an even hotter trend this year than they were last year. I’m seeing them everywhere.
Pink pairs well with almost any neutral, including denim and chambray, but my favorite pairing is pink and white. There’s just something so fresh and springy about this color combination.
These pink released-hem skinnies were another Shopbop sale purchase. I have a lighter pink pair that I wore nearly to death last year, and I still have them, but I really love this more saturated primrose color with their sun-faded, washed down look.
The fit on these is pretty amazing. The twill fabric has a great stretch and recovery that allows them to mold to your body, and they don’t bag out throughout the day.
They’re also incredibly soft, and I love the subtle whiskering. Sometimes whiskering can look really cheesy, but 7 For All Mankind did a great job with these. I also like the released raw hem detail.
For size reference, I have the 28 in these. That’s my typical size in 7FAM jeans.
For a more budget-friendly option, check out these Gap skinny ankle jeans in Wild Rose. With the discount code SPRING, they come down to $45.
I’d been looking high and low for a white sweater to wear with pastel colored jeans this spring and with denim shorts this summer, but I kept coming up dry until I found this pullover.
I never would have noticed it on my own — it looks so plain online, but a fellow blogger featured this during the Shopbop sale and said how cozy and comfy it is, so I grabbed it while it was 25% off.
It’s a bit more casual than what I originally had in mind — it’s more of a cross between a sweater and a sweatshirt — but it’s soooo soft and cozy that I couldn’t part with it.
I love the easy worn-in look, the extra long sleeves, and the relaxed but not oversized shape. I’m sure I’ll get a lot of wear out of it.
For size reference, this is a small. Also, I found it at Bloomingdale’s, and it’s part of their spend more/save more sale, but you do have to order more than just this top to qualify. (Incidentally, read their reviews if you don’t believe me about how amazingly comfy this top is.)
To keep it casual, I wore my Vans pinked suede slip-on sneakers. The color I have is called Silver Lining/Blanc De Blanc, and it’s a great neutral silvery-grey.
These sneakers are extremely comfortable and required practically no breaking-in period. I like them a lot as an alternative to the Converse Shoreline style I often wear.
I added a necklace because I always feel the need to wear something to break up a shirt that’s this plain, especially with such a high neck, but it’s such an uber casual style that I almost feel like the necklace is overkill.
There’s no right or wrong here, though; it’s just a matter of preference. What do you think?
Unfortunately this necklace is old, and the Haitian coin pendant that is another casual favorite of mine has also been discontinued. I like a necklace with a thicker chain and more of a matte metal finish with my casual outfits.
Today’s look is my favorite type of outfit — cute, casual, and oh-so-comfy.
I’ve already worn this pullover with blue jeans and these Vans for a day at home, and I can’t wait to pair it with shorts on cool summer nights and when we’re on vacation in Maine. And these jeans are going to be on serious repeat this spring.
white pullover at Shopbop or Bloomies) // 7FAM released hem skinnies in Primrose at Shopbop or Nordstrom (similar for less) // Vans slip-on sneakers // RM Darren shoulder bag // charm pendant (old) // faux pearl earrings
photo credit: Alison Cornell
Be sure to visit Cyndi and see the spring outfit she’s styling today!
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