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  • Denim Jacket: It may just be the Texan in me, but I think a denim jacket is a year-round staple. Distressed ones are my preference, as I think they bring a more relaxed tone to a spring sundress. This slouchy option is the perfect hue and under $70.
  • Look-For-Less Dress: This designer pink number sold out so fast. Want the look-for-less version? Grab this dress so you can recreate this look! Seen here and here.
  • Snake Swimsuit: I’m partial to one-pieces, not only do I think you have more styling options with them {one shoulder, cut-outs, belts!} but they are FAR easier to chase a toddler in. This sassy snake version looks fun and flattering.
  • Raffia Bag: I used to have this YSL raffia bag and when I tell you it sold out fast, I’m telling you people were asking to buy it off me in STORES. You couldn’t get it anywhere. See how I styled it here and here. When I saw that Tory Burch came out with a version for spring, I had to share, as it was such a versatile piece.
  • Structured Gold Hoops: Nothing says effortless like a messy ponytail and gold hoops. Want to take it up a notch? Try this structured version by Kendra Scott.
  • Flowy Dress: I can’t stop eying this orange number. It would work with a baby bump or without, but the flowy, caftan-feeling is absolutely stunning for spring and summer. You can even toss that jean jacket above over it with booties for a chilly spring evening.
  • Baby Bump Tee: For practicality, I try to not cave to too much maternity that I won’t wear after baby, but this tee is one I’d live in now and later.
  • White Mules: Next to sandals, white mules are my most worn shoes in spring and summer. I’ve had the same pair the last two or three years and it is time to get a new style. These are gorgeous with extra detailing in the stitching. Keep in mind, when you wear a mule, you typically go up half a size!
  • White Blouse: This is a staple blouse you’d pair with boyfriend jeans, cropped denim, or shorts all season.
  • The Sandal of Summer: I watched a similar sandal to this sell out TWICE within days. Steve Madden came out with a version, and while this is a pre-order, I’m grabbing them while I can. Just watching how people reacted to the other sandal, this is a pair that won’t stay stocked for long. The clear straps allow you to wear these with any outfit, but I think they’re perfect for dresses.
  • Pastel Blouse: This is one of my favorite brands for spring and have blogged them every year for the past 4 or 5 years. You may be tired of jeans as winter comes to an end, but the bright hues of this blouse tucked in a pair of cropped denim is gorgeous!
  • Cut-Off Shorts: Do you ever pick up a pair of cut-off shorts and think, “Wait, how does one wear these?!” I’m 5’3″ and think that with half of the denim shorts on the market! This pair is the perfect length that gives you the cut-off look without being a little too Daisy Duke for your comfort level.
  • Cropped Cardigan: If you still need a sweater for warmth where you live, try a cropped cardigan over a white tank or tee. While I’m partial to this orange one, it also comes in two other neutrals.
  • Gold Bangle: This hammered gold bangle is one you’ll wear and not take off for weeks on end. Just pair it with your daily watch or standard bracelet set.
  • Colorful Bracelets: Beaded bracelets were a major trend last year and will continue to be so this year, as well. Some of these can get a little pricey {based on designer} but this is a better price and these don’t’ chip like some do!
  • Star Sneakers: If you aren’t too keen on the colorful sneaker trend, but want something with a little something “extra” try these white star sneakers. Treat them like a plain white sneaker and wear them with everything from your cut-off shorts to your midi dresses.

look-for-less dress

raffia bag

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  1. Cute picks, Katey! It’s not normally my style but I love the snake print swimsuit! 🙂

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Published 10 Mar 20Reply
  2. Aspen Detrick wrote:

    Obsessed with the white mules and that orange sweater! They would both be so perfect for transitioning to spring here in Denver. Thank you!!

    Published 10 Mar 20Reply