transitioning to spring



sweater: gap // skirt: h&m // tights: joe fresh // loafers: steve madden // necklace: c/o: oia jules via etsy 

Well it certainly doesn't look like spring outside does it? You have NO idea how much I just want it to go away. 6 months is quite enough for me to see this white stuff. The only thing that is keeping me somewhat sane is the fact that I will be on a beach in 13 days. Hopefully by the time I come back it will be all clear!
Anyways, to get rid of the winter blues, I like to wear bright colours. Since it isn't that great out, you might as well wear bright colours and patterns (florals for example). It's amazing how your clothing choices can affect your mood. It's hard not to smile in such a bright sweater!

Enjoy your Monday! Hopefully it's less snowy than mine! 

ps. How gorgeous is my necklace? Make sure to check Elizabeth's shop on Etsy Oia Jules. Her jewelry is so unique and well made! I honestly have a huge list of things I want! 

12 comments

  1. love your sweater. It's so bright, but awesome!

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  2. I am loving the bright sweater, and it's so true that dressing in brights/florals puts you in a better mood!!
    xJennaD

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  3. I love neon with black! This outfit is making ME happy!

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  4. Love the neon sweater! It's a great color on you. And you know I feel the same way about this supposed "Spring" as you do ; )

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  5. fun sweater!

    Jessica
    http://www.jumpintopuddles.com

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  6. Love the neon and the leopard loafers!
    www.fashiontruffles.com

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  7. This is such a lovely outfit and a great transition for Spring! The neon and leopard print is fab! xo

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  8. Love the sweater!!!!!!! Great Blog!!!!!!!!! xoxo from Rome

    www.rockandfrock.com

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  9. I'm soooo into this neon yellow/green hybrid these days and this outfit is no exception - perfect styling with the black and leopard!

    Alex xo

    tovogueorbust.com

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