One of my favorite things in life is a well-worn, soft vintage tee. I like to think of myself as a comfy tee connoisseur, because I know the feel of a tee that will age nicely. Unfortunately, it can take a long time to wear out a tee from crisp and constructed to soft and worn. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait it out, because there are plenty of affordable vintage tees. Not only are there options, but affordable options.
I shared some vintage rock tees a couple of years ago, but I found some newer and worthy options to share. Keep reading to see what I spotted when I should’ve been working and checking emails.
Spring is here and all I’ve been wanting to do is add spring-worthy pieces to my closet. In my opinion, the best way to transition your wardrobe from season to the next is with accessories. So, that’s why I’m starting with adding handbags for spring to my life.
To see what bags I’m leaning into this season, keep reading.
When it comes jewelry and accessories, my go-to style is minimalist and dainty. However, I occasionally do get drawn to ornate and oversize pieces of jewelry. My picks for spring jewelry this year are the perfect mix of daily wearable pieces that dainty and ornate.
Keep reading to see the bling that I’m wanting for spring.
Please feel free to judge me, but I’m so here for sporty sandals this spring. I had a pair my freshman year of college that I ordered from JC Penney and I wore them all the time. A sandal with the sole of a sneaker combined with the straps of a casual sandal was my vibe. Needless to say, when I started seeing these throwback styles reappear, I’m ready.
Hopefully, the style will catch on so some of the “fast fashion” spots will produce cute and cheaper options. In the meantime, please view and ponder some options that are currently available.
I’ve that gloomy point between seasons when I feel as if I’ve run out of outfit options. I tend to experience this the most between winter and spring. The transition from cold to warm can be hard to dress for. Needless to say, I can’t wait until this transition period is over and I can finally break out all the pastel shades and floral prints that embody my spring aesthetic. To help curb my lust for spring styles, I created this eStylist post that features a cute work-friendly look for spring.
Keep reading to get all the details about my ideal spring office look.