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For Spring Fashion Think of Colors and Minimalism

Spring is amongst even though here in Los Angeles we are still experiencing cold weather! I’m trying to make the best of it. I feel if I keep wearing dark fall/winter colors then I will stay in that mental space. How did you push yourself into a new season while still experiencing crappy weather? You look towards your wardrobe and you start bringing out your transitional pieces. This is the time to inject some color into your wardrobes while still maintaining that effortless chic minimalist vibe. Here are a couple of tips that I’ve gained living in Los Angeles to help elevate your spring style!

woman in pops of color: pink shirt, green cardigan, white handbag
  • Playful Pops of Color: Minimalism often leans toward neutral tones but don’t be scared to add pops of color into your outfits. When you are looking for statement pieces to add to your outfit think of a bright-colored blazer, cardigan, or jacket. You can add a bright handbag such as a pink, blue, or yellow. Another way to add an extra wow factor to your outfit is floral or printed pants with an elevated basic.
  • Accessorize Wisely: Girl, grab that handbag, sunglasses, and any other accessories that you have in your closet. Don’t be shy to pull out that bright-colored statement belt. I love it when women can play around with scarves, statement earrings, or bold sunglasses with their outfits. Some ladies do it so effortlessly that you can become more obsessed with the accessory than the outfit.
  • Embrace Sustainable Fashion: If you have been following me on social media then you know I work for a sustainable women’s clothing brand. This has become such a huge part of how I look at fashion when I make a purchase. I have completed multiple Thredup bags that help with reselling your clothes or reusing the fabric to make new clothes. Start being more conscious of your fashion purchases and how you can help reduce your environmental footprint. I have learned so many different things about sustainability and looking at the fashion industry from a different point of view.
woman in a multi color shirt dress
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