An easy way to start transitioning to spring is by changing up the colors and fabrics and mixing the those pieces with your winter pieces. Today’s outfit does just that.
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Blazer- Limited (old) option option option ; top- JCrew Factory option option option ; pants- JCPenney option option option ; pumps- Ann Klein; option option purse- Michael Kors; earrings– Kendra Scott; Necklace- Kendra Scott
I pulled in a pastel pink (blush) blazer and a lace top and paired them with my winter weight glen plaid pants. The pastel color and the lace texture hint of spring but winter wear is not totally forsaken with the winter pants. It’s warm enough for me to wear pumps indoors and out, but you could also wear this outfit with booties, particularly light grey if you still need winter footwear. If not, lighten up the footwear. Changing your footwear is another great way to make transitioning to spring a breeze.
What We’re Eating- Overnight oats and spice muffins. Overnight oats are always an easy way to make ahead breakfast and so good! These spice muffins also make a quick on the go breakfast and freeze well.
What I’m Loving: My coffee warmer! I shared it last Friday and yep, I’m sharing it again. I’m also loving this cozy cardigan from Amazon. I’ll be sharing more of it again. If you didn’t catch it on instagram, here’s another look. That cute purse is an Amazon find too.
What We’ve Been Up To: Working, keeping house, a thrifting and antique store trip last weekend, and shopping for a new couch/living room set. Ugh! I just can’t get into the couch shopping and make up my mind. I’d rather shop for spring fashion. Now that I can get into.
Dreading: Getting the taxes together. It’s not really difficult, but just time consuming and I should have already done it.
Working on: Some spring shopping and blog posts and a utility cart redo.
Watching/reading– The Walking Dead is back on and that’s a regular Sunday night thing for us, but it is getting pretty lame. I also checked out The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel a couple of weeks ago to see what all the buzz is about and watched three episodes. It’s cute and maybe I’ll watch the rest when I find some time.
I’d rather read than watch TV now that I’m back into reading. I finished six books this month! My two favorites of the month are A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean and True Places by Sonja Yoerg. Both are about women making discoveries about themselves and their lives. A Curve in the Road sucks you in right away and is a quick read. If you think you life has lost meaning and all you do is cater to your families whims, wishes and schedules, you will identify with Suzanne in True Places.
I’m currently about a fourth of the way through Same Kind of Different as Me. The two main characters have just met up and I’m curious to see how they influence one another.
Doing this weekend– possible attending a National Wild Turkey Federation Dinner with the husband. I don’t have much interest, but it will double our (his) chances of winning door prizes and he is really interested in what they give away at these banquets. I don’t have a problem supporting wildlife and preserving it either. It’s important to our ecosystem. We will also be walking the March for Life on Saturday to support human life. Skylark gives women with unplanned pregnancies options to abortion. Have you ever thought that even if you are pro-life your are pro-choice if you do nothing? Consider supporting this cause. You can donate here.
What Else is New: That’s about a wrap on what’s going on here! Thanks for following along.