1. with blush accessories
Dress: PinkBlush Maternity IVORY AND GREY STRIPED DRESS – Moto Jacket: BCBG, old (HOT PINK version BY BELLE + GREY or similar by URBAN OUTFITTERS) – Shoes: Aldo, old (hot pink version by SJP or nude colored by NINE WEST) – Clutch: Asos, sold out (similar HERE) – Hat: vintage from my grandma (newer felted hat HERE).
2. in its simplicity
Dress: I’m linking it in burgundy here because it would go well with accessories in unexpected spring colors like pink or maybe even a bright lime green – Boots: Vince Camuto, old (Nine West made this similar pair at a good price!) – Purse: Kate Spade – Sunglasses: Michael Kors
3. weather conscious
Coat: older, similar by Michael Kors or budget friendly option by Leith – Other accessories linked above
Today I’m excited to show you three different ways to style this striped PinkBlush dress for spring! We Minnesotans know how quickly the weather can go from 70 and sunny to windy and rainy with a chance of snow. Those days are the worst, but that doesn’t always mean we have to get out those winter sweaters again. You just need to layer and accessorize with options that give more coverage, like knee-high boots for example.
I have to admit, I had my eye on some other PinkBlush dresses before making my order last week, but I really liked this one too. (There are so many cute options to choose from!!!) Then when I showed my hubby and sister the options, it was clear that the Ivory Grey Striped Dress was going to be the winner! My hubby recently mentioned that he wants me to dress more… playful and girly. Probably because I wear button-downs with sweaters and jeans to work almost every day. So I thought this dress was perfect: it can be more playful and girly with tennis shoes and a sweater or it can be cute and polished, depending on what accessories I put with it!
I imagine Look No. 1 is more for a casual date night/GNO/event outfit. If you follow along on here, you know I wear this blush moto jacket all the time and as soon as I saw the Ivory and Grey Stripe Dress I knew I would be wearing this jacket and dress combination together a lot! The matching accessories have been a “wardrobe must” for the past few years because the coordinating colors automatically make the look #ootd worthy.
Look No. 2 is your new go-to ensemble for the farmers’ market, errands, or a festival. It’s for days spent outside with a 75-degree-and-sunny forecast. I love how free and fun I felt in this. It is both simple– and yet such a style statement at the same time.
Last but not least we have look No. 3, which is specially tailored for those unpredictable April days coming our way in less than two weeks! Its for those errands and events that are totally casual, but you want to feel and look like a millionbucks and still be warm. Dress. Boots. Trench. Lipstick. Sunnies. Grab purse. Go.
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