So here’s the second half of the awesome pieces for spring. Some overlap, great pieces.
Pretty florals on the top. Might make an interesting DIY.
Pretty pretty dress. I like the cutouts, they’re so nice and swirly, and the white is lovely for spring.
Moschino Cheap and Chic
Beautiful pattern. It’s pretty without being too girly, and the shape’s great too, casual but breezy.
Great colors, I love the color combinations, especially the cardigan.
Great blue dress. Wonderful shape and the belt(s) are great.
Amazing orange. It looks especially great with her skintone and the shoes are great.
I absolutely love the shorts, the cut is great, not super tight not too super short but still sexy. The top is also really nice, great floaty look, pretty detailing that’s not overwhelming. Just great.
So here’s some more spring looks that I liked and thought were nice as inspiration, outfits that one could replicate.
Some classic slouchy summer looks from Jenni Kayne. I especially like the sparkly skirt, although I have to stay it does look a little bit like a walk-of-shame outfit.
Matthew Williamson, who I love, he always has such great colors.
Moschino Cheap and Chic – Sort of like the look from the last post by Jaeger London. The pants are so great – I’ll post more about that another time.
Nicole Miller – who I usually associate with horrible formal dresses at the mall, but I really like this look. It might be the hat, I’ve always liked hats.
Rachel Comey – I love it, the colors, the pattern in the shirt. Great.
Shipley & Halmos – Great neutral colors, nice fit, lovely.
Travota – again, the pants, the top, so nice and casual and good for warm weather.
Tuleh – I was actually surprised how many pictures I saved of long skirts and tshirts. My first reaction to that combination usually involves combat boots – so not really my thing, but I like this one, I think it’s the colors.