This top is sheer brilliance – literally. Rich colors plus pattern mixing polka dots and floral make for the perfect transition piece for these cooler temps. Because right now it’s pretty much barely there Spring style. (Come ON, weather. We’re READY.)
How to Transition Like a Pro
You’re probably as sick of sweaters as I am right about now, and heavy coats, and layers. BUT, there are ways to wear Spring pieces, patterns, and colors in your transitional Winter outfits during these colder March days.
This Loft blouse is Exhibit A. This top can easily be worn with jeans and booties, a light jacket or chunky sweater, even as a fun pop under a heavy Winter coat. It’s whimsical and warm, brightening up those drab days when you just want everything to bloom and be warm and beautiful already. It can also transition seamlessly into Spring with skirts and shorts and all the sassy short hems, letting that semi-sheer top be free in the warm breeze. But for now, grab a sweater or a coat, because “NOPE NOT YET SORRY,” said Winter.
Learn more about transitioning your outfits from Winter to Spring like a pro in this helpful blog by The Everygirl.
Geo Earrings: All the Rage
In case you haven’t noticed, this season, geo statement earrings are all the rage. And we have a ton of amazing handmade options at amazing affordable prices. Like these super popular geo studs by Emily Warden Designs. Get yourself a pair, darlings, and support local + handmade at the same time.
So Luck Be A Lady. Because if we’re lucky, Spring might actually start to show up this month, and we’ll get to wear all the Spring pieces without all the layers.
#darlingfinds on Linnea | Consignment Finds: Loft blouse, size small, $18 / H&M shorts, size 6, $10 / J. Crew heels, size 8, $38 / Kate Spade bag, $80 (now half off of $160!) // Locally-made Finds: Emily Warden Designs 24k gold-plated geo studs, $60, and opal ring, $ / Dinosaur Toes amethyst sterling ring, $38 / Lisa Christine Jewelry sterling wave ring, $32 / Made by Bees stacking rings, various, $12-$18