Hi everyone! Hope you all had a fabulous day! The weather was beautiful today, and it finally feels like spring has sprung!
|Jacket: LOFT Petites (Available here)|
|Blouse: The Limited (Available here)
Pants: The Limited (Similar here)
For work, I paired a dark spearmint green blazer with black pants and a soft ivory blouse. This is my favorite shade of green, and I just love how it managed to give a spring-y vibe to the black pants.
|Earrings: The Limited (Available here)|
|Tank: Old Navy Petites (Similar here)
Tote: The Limited
My work wardrobe doesn’t change much when the weather gets warmer. I love my jackets, and chilly office air-conditioning usually makes layering necessary.
|Necklace: The Limited (Available here)|
I do try to incorporate spring into my work wardrobe using these three criteria:
1. Color – Adding in the bright colors helps your work wardrobe come alive with the colors of nature in the spring.
2. Non-black neutrals – I love my black and don’t completely give it up in the spring (e.g. my black pants), but adding in more whites, tan, taupe, soft grey, and navy can help a work wardrobe read more spring-like.
3. Prints – I definitely tend to steer towards solids with interesting details, but when I do choose prints, I opt for florals, polka dots, and bold graphic prints during the spring. Houndstooth and other plaids, pinstripes, and animal prints generally read for fall/winter.
|Bracelet: Target (old)
Shoes: Target (old)
How do you change up your work wardrobe for spring?