Floral for Spring is Groundbreaking

. Sunday, April 15, 2018 .
Hey, what's up, hello! 

It's your girl, Jennie, back again with another eclectic fashion post. The theme for this post is spring outfits, but as per usual, spring wouldn't be spring without an occasional nor'easter or, well like, four.  

I've created five outfits in total keeping in mind that spring (like fall) is one of the most confusing times of the year. It's warm, rainy, or chilly and often a mixture of all three. These outfits are casual, unisex, and there's usually some wiggle room to switch out an item or two to suit your own style!

Disclaimer: I will not be linking the actual brand of the clothes mentioned because Polyvore oftentimes includes pictures of clothes of items that have already sold out or are not available in the US. Once again these outfits are meant to be inspirational, not official. Fashion is more about what you can do with what you have rather than what you can get, so hit up your local thrift store - it's environmentally friendly and relatively cheaper! 

1. cropped denim jacket 
2. cropped hoodie
3. black jeans 
4. black boots
5. cropped tank top

I know the oversized denim jacket look will forever be in style, but I am recently digging this trend with a cropped denim jacket. I think it's a fresh take on the usual denim jacket trend and I have linked other alternatives. Of course, this doesn't mean your denim jacket has to be frayed at the bottom; you can have your jacket fitted as well. Another hack if you want to try out this trend without investing in a whole new article of clothing is to hit up your local thrift store or search for a denim jacket that you're sure you won't miss and go for the cut! I think this trend is super cute for the spring and I think this outfit is great for going out as well!

1. hoodie 
2. polo
3. black straight leg jeans 
4. white slip-ons

My go-to outfit if you see in real life, especially on days when I'm running late for class (in actuality, this is something I would wear even when I know for sure I wasn't going to be late). This outfit is super unisex, which leaves some wiggle room to switch out certain clothes. 
1. denim jacket 
2. white shirt 
3. blue wash straight leg jeans 
4. red crossbody bag
5. white shoes

I saw someone execute the Canadian tuxedo when I was out once and it really made me think about how certain fashion "no-no's" can be executed beautifully depending on the cut and fit of all your items. I put together this outfit in mind for those who want to try denim on denim. I kept the jacket denim to make it easy to create two different outfits in one. The white shirt and shoes keep it very casual and summer-y. I added a pop of color to cut up the monotony of blue and white. You might as well wear this on the Fourth of July while you're at it.
1. black cargo pants 
2. orange beanie 
3. black puffer
4. white shoes
5. pastel blue sweater 

Workwear is now super trendy for some reason. I think everyone has an inner desire to dress like a carpenter, especially with Carhartt Work-In-Progress and Dickie's Girls hitting the mainstream market - and becoming popular. I added some color with the orange beanie and pastel blue sweater. This outfit is more designed for the colder spring days which was why I added the puffer. 

1. checked blazer 
2. fair isle sweater 
3. blue mom jeans 
4. converse
5. ankle socks

This look is super inspired by Season 2 of Stranger Things. Throwback to the 80's and the popularity of the trends from the era. I threw in a fair isle sweater because the pattern can be worn casually or formally with a button up. As always I'm more of a casual than formal girl which was why I added jeans and Converse. A blazer with a really casual pattern is a great way to add more pattern or texture to an outfit as well.

Hope you enjoyed this spring fashion inspo post!

Hey, what's up, hello! 

It's your girl, Jennie, back again with another eclectic fashion post. The theme for this post is spring outfits, but as per usual, spring wouldn't be spring without an occasional nor'easter or, well like, four.  

I've created five outfits in total keeping in mind that spring (like fall) is one of the most confusing times of the year. It's warm, rainy, or chilly and often a mixture of all three. These outfits are casual, unisex, and there's usually some wiggle room to switch out an item or two to suit your own style!

Disclaimer: I will not be linking the actual brand of the clothes mentioned because Polyvore oftentimes includes pictures of clothes of items that have already sold out or are not available in the US. Once again these outfits are meant to be inspirational, not official. Fashion is more about what you can do with what you have rather than what you can get, so hit up your local thrift store - it's environmentally friendly and relatively cheaper! 

1. cropped denim jacket 
2. cropped hoodie
3. black jeans 
4. black boots
5. cropped tank top

I know the oversized denim jacket look will forever be in style, but I am recently digging this trend with a cropped denim jacket. I think it's a fresh take on the usual denim jacket trend and I have linked other alternatives. Of course, this doesn't mean your denim jacket has to be frayed at the bottom; you can have your jacket fitted as well. Another hack if you want to try out this trend without investing in a whole new article of clothing is to hit up your local thrift store or search for a denim jacket that you're sure you won't miss and go for the cut! I think this trend is super cute for the spring and I think this outfit is great for going out as well!

1. hoodie 
2. polo
3. black straight leg jeans 
4. white slip-ons

My go-to outfit if you see in real life, especially on days when I'm running late for class (in actuality, this is something I would wear even when I know for sure I wasn't going to be late). This outfit is super unisex, which leaves some wiggle room to switch out certain clothes. 
1. denim jacket 
2. white shirt 
3. blue wash straight leg jeans 
4. red crossbody bag
5. white shoes

I saw someone execute the Canadian tuxedo when I was out once and it really made me think about how certain fashion "no-no's" can be executed beautifully depending on the cut and fit of all your items. I put together this outfit in mind for those who want to try denim on denim. I kept the jacket denim to make it easy to create two different outfits in one. The white shirt and shoes keep it very casual and summer-y. I added a pop of color to cut up the monotony of blue and white. You might as well wear this on the Fourth of July while you're at it.
1. black cargo pants 
2. orange beanie 
3. black puffer
4. white shoes
5. pastel blue sweater 

Workwear is now super trendy for some reason. I think everyone has an inner desire to dress like a carpenter, especially with Carhartt Work-In-Progress and Dickie's Girls hitting the mainstream market - and becoming popular. I added some color with the orange beanie and pastel blue sweater. This outfit is more designed for the colder spring days which was why I added the puffer. 

1. checked blazer 
2. fair isle sweater 
3. blue mom jeans 
4. converse
5. ankle socks

This look is super inspired by Season 2 of Stranger Things. Throwback to the 80's and the popularity of the trends from the era. I threw in a fair isle sweater because the pattern can be worn casually or formally with a button up. As always I'm more of a casual than formal girl which was why I added jeans and Converse. A blazer with a really casual pattern is a great way to add more pattern or texture to an outfit as well.

Hope you enjoyed this spring fashion inspo post!

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