I'm sitting here with candy-coated electric pink nails, a fabulously clean room (thanks to the extra time on my hands), and a refreshed eager to start working again. That, my friends, comes within the glory of Spring Break. But I do apologize for my slight absence, I was getting a little burned out with school, work, blogging, keeping up with friends, and another "job" I recently employed to. I'll speak more of it when it's in paper.
Spring, it comes right after Winter; Winter is my favorite season in general. I find it really difficult for me to break out of the all black outfits in time for Spring, but really, isn't Spring dressing just a way to prepare for Summer? Because the transition from Winter to Spring is quite drastic in style, there is so much more to absorb and more styles to explore. Therefore, I'm splitting this post two ways. Don't worry, I won't be posting up 12 staples or anything, but I'll be experimenting a little with layout and content for part two.
Without further ado, the season staples.
Nothing screams spring quite like a fresh batch of floral-printed dresses. From flirty silhouettes to cap sleeves it’s no wonder that the romantic vibe is such a great fit for the perfect spring dress. With an abundance of color and busy prints, a floral dress certainly takes the bold statement in your outfit. So keep the accessories to a minimum as it will not do the dress any justice and pair it with a simple shoe. I can also thank Nicolas Ghesquiere for infatuating me with the very scissor-sharp structural dress finished with floral.
How to wear for Spring: Wear a simple white or creme shoe. Not much is needed while wearing bold prints. For chillier nights, add a cardigan and a belt tied to the waist line. If you're just going for a spruce of the outfit, throw on a denim vest.
Edit: COMME DES GARÇONS FOR H&M?!?!?! A DREAM COME TRUE?!?!