March Fashion Feed

Another month has come and gone this year. Closer to school being over, and closer to Summer time! The weather is slowly getting warmer with fewer cold days. I’m challenging myself to find creative ways to dress for Spring without rushing out to buy a whole new wardrobe, which is HARD!

My sister purchased this dress for my daughter from a local boutique, The Mill Storehouse. I absolutely love the apron type style and the color is perfect for Spring! Pockets are also a SUPER important detail!

Bandana: Walmart//Shirt: Aerie//Dress: The Mill Storehouse//Booties: Mossimo (Target)

This sweater caught me by surprise. I purchase it, because it was only $1 in a color I absolutely love – mustard yellow (a must for this Spring). I removed the buttons for an open-front cardigan look. It has quickly became a staple in my wardrobe. (P.S. How cute is Jessica?! She is a student of mine, and a style muse for me!)

Sweater: Tibi (thrifted)//Tee: Old Navy (thrifted)//Pants: H&M//Shoes: Time and Tru (Walmart)

Usually, I would not gravitate towards such a nice top. I keep my look more on the dressy side of casual. I could not pass up this shirt. I loved the colors, as well as the ruffle details on the collar and cuffs. It is a pop over, which I love.

Shirt: Ann Taylor (thrifted)//Pants: Old Navy (thrifted)//Shoes: A New Day (Target) (thrifted)

This dress was a total score from my local Goodwill. I cannot pass up a good denim jumper. The side button detail was just a bonus! I put together this look for a photo shoot with Goodwill of Middle Tennessee, and it is completely thrifted (minus the booties)!

Bandana: Vintage//Dress: Universal Threads (thrifted)//Hat: Stetson (thrifted)//Shirt: Madewell (thrifted)//Booties: Mossimo (Target)

I was inspired to purchase this cardigan from Dashin Darling (give her a follow on IG, she’s amazing). I paired with my favorite joggers and olive tee. I would wear this outfit everyday if possible. This cardigan is so versatile, and can be paired with just about anything.

Cardi: A New Day (Target)//Tee: Madewell (thrifted)//Joggers: Aerie//Shoes: Time and Tru (Walmart)

As the warmer weather approaches, I struggle with trying not to buy a whole new warm weather wardrobe. Trying to be creative with layering stumps me at times. I thrifted this wrap from a friend. It had some crochet lace trim around the bottom that had faded, and was no longer the color of the wrap. I simply detached the trim, and it became a whole new garment! Khaki is in for Spring, so I can see more action for this piece!

Wrap: POL//Shirt: American Eagle//Leggings: Aerie (thrifted)//Shoes: A New Day (found at Bargain Hunt)

I love a good graphic tee. Pair with a long cardigan and some jeans, and you’re good to go! The sandals have also been in heavy rotation as well, an amazing dupe from an unexpected place!

Cardi: Faded Glory (Walmart)//Shirt: Target (thrifted)//Pants: Old Navy//Shoes: Just Be (Family Dollar)

This jumpsuit paired with a basic v-neck tee makes for an easy peasy outfit. I dressed up a notch with a leopard print scarf that I found brand new at Goodwill. I plan on wearing this jumpsuit this summer with a tank top layered underneath.

Scarf: Jones New York (thrifted)//Tee: Universal Thread (Target)//Jumpsuit: Wild Fable (Target)//Shoes: Time and Tru (Walmart)

Who doesn’t love a classic tee and denim jacket?? Casual Friday calls for leggings and tennis shoes. I took it up a notch with v-neck tee and denim jacket.

Jacket: Able Denim//Shirt: Universal Thread (Target)//Leggings: Athleta (thrifted)//Shoes: Nike (thrifted)

I’m so happy for warmer weather just around the corner, but not too warm (I hate the HAWT humid days of summer). Until next time, pals.

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