Hello beautiful ladies! We are already in April and spring is here.  I know it has been a while since my last post and I apologize. I am going through personal life changes so unfortunately, I will not be able to post new content as often as I would like, for a few months. Please do expect more consistency towards the end of the year. In the meantime, I am excited to share my favorite spring colors and how I style them. This is not a vacation-style blog post but one that you can use as inspiration in your vacation looks if you plan any upcoming spring or summer travels. Do expect vacation-specific content next month, which is when I have my next vacation.

My favorite colors of all time are purple and yellow, which are spring colors that come in several shades.






Whether you are preparing for an upcoming trip in the tropics or a staycation right where you are, these looks serve as versatile dressy casual looks for various occasions.


LOOK A is a monochromatic pairing of a smart canvas lavender shirt dress from Max Mara and Halvern thigh-high boots from Privileged Shoes complemented by an Ava Gold purse from Teddy Blake and a pair of sterling silver hoop earrings from Ross Simmons. This is a perfect spring look for a dressed-up casual outing in the day or nighttime when the weather is not too cold but warm enough to enjoy without an outer layer of clothing.


For our skirt lovers who cannot wait to show more skin and begin indulging in open footwear once again, LOOK B is the perfect spring look on a warmer day. This is a look that provides some coverage but enough to keep you comfortable as the weather begins to hit the low 70s which is unfortunately tornado season depending on where you are in the U.S.


LOOK C is my favorite because I am more of a pant lover. Wide-leg pants in different styles and fabrics are my go-to on any given day. This look is a classic example of comfort and simplicity while maintaining elegance with a touch of colors. The Chartreuse Sateen wide-leg pants are toned down perfectly with a simple cream cut-out t-shirt for a little sexiness; accessories in neutral tones are used to nicely complement the bold pants. To finish the look in the event you are in a colder spring season like I am in VA, you can throw on a lightweight leather jacket like the Lambskin purple fitted jacket to complete the look.


LOOK D is a nice casual look including a paring of 523L pants and a long-sleeved blouse with a mixed pattern of yellow and purple to keep things interesting. Since the pants, shoes, and blouse make a pretty bold statement on their own and together, you can balance the look with neutral-toned accessories like the Adrian Leather Satchel and the Ralph Lauren leather-wrapped hoop earrings from Macy’s.


For our final look, we have a very casual pairing of a ruched baby tee from Anthropologie and Adam Lippes Alessia floral print pants since florals are great for the spring season; they also get you excited about the summer. Due to the interesting details with the florals and the bold purple tee, you can play down the boldness of the outfit with a pair of black 223Fisher sandals from Maje, a Venice mini cane leather clutch, and a pair of two-toned neutral hoops. This is a nice look for a casual party next door or a picnic in an area filled with festivities and other activities. It is a comfortable look that will also leave you feeling put together as you go about your exciting spring adventure for the day.

I hope these looks give you some inspiration as you decide to implement more color in your closet or as you think through some interesting pairings for any upcoming spring vacations you have planned.

Till next time, I hope you ladies continue to feel confident, capable, and comfortable as you put together stylish looks on your vacations.


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