Shockingly, a few people asked me if I, in fact, made this sweater. I am beyond flattered. Like, someone actually thinking I not only have the creative ability, but the patience! So generous of them. Alas, no, I did not make this beautiful burst of a sweater but in fact found it hanging on a rack in zara all by its lonesome at only $12. And best of all it's an extra small but does't look like a bib on me, so this sweater might be the thing dreams are made of? Perhaps. Anyways, this is another transitional look for you to feast your styling eyes on. I know that it's still pretty cold in some parts of the States here, and it is scheduled to rain, so I don't think I'll be rocking this look anytime soon (except for maybe the sweater). However, once it is warmer I may be pulling this look once more. It's great because it plays with pattern, color and is a more oversized silhouette so I'm comfortable throughout the day. Also, I took a wrap dress that i loved for the summer, but I wanted to reimagine it for spring, and so here this look is born. It's always the best when we take a piece we love and re-work it for multiple seasons, and a wrap dress never disappoints. So take a fun patterned dress, I shopped some below for your viewing pleasure, and grab an oversized sweater and voila spring ready!
Ah, the beauty of a diverse closet.