Twentysomething Vision Spring Into Floral Fashion

Spring Into Floral Fashion

LET’S SPRING INTO FLORAL FASHION!

To spring into floral fashion can only mean one thing: FLOWERS. It’s the return of the floral patterns, love bugs, and all the sunshine!

Spring Look 1

This first look contains a cute, sparkly, off-the-shoulder top. I’m wearing it ON my shoulder here because…I’m at work!

I paired this with a pair of khaki pants. All my pants are from Old Navy because they fit fantastically.

These are one of my favorite pairs of heels EVER. They are stylish: tall enough to be considered heels, but short and thick enough to where I will never worry about tripping! (Girl, you be trippin’.)

They are really stylish, and they were a steal! They’re great for Florida / sunny business women because it shows a little toe color without showing too much (I don’t like showing my toes).

Twentysomething Vision Spring Into Floral Fashion Look 1

 

Turquoise Blouse: Bealls 
Tinted Rose Gold Shades: 
Forever 21
Studded Blush Purse: Victoria’s Secret (free gift with purchase)
Mid-Rise Skinny Khakis: Old Navy
Heels: Payless ShoeSource

I kept the color popping with this China Glaze polish! This shade is called “Too Yacht To Handle.” The polish a bit thin at first, so I applied about three coats. I loved painting my toes this color too. I wasn’t kidding when I said my nail polish matches my outfit. It really makes a bold statement. It’s eye-catching, and it matches!

 

Twentysomething Vision Spring Into Floral Fashion China Glaze Nail Polish

 

Spring Look 2

I LOVE Old Navy’s Pixie Pants. You will probably see these babies in every single one of my posts. Does that make me boring? No. Does that make me unoriginal? No. Pixies come in TONS of colors and fun designs. You can mix and match, or keep it conservative. They’re fairly inexpensive too! Bring on the coupons.

I went for a more stylish / conservative look here with a three-quarter length sleeve sweater shirt. It’s thick enough to keep me warm in the office without making me burn up in Florida’s humid, hot heat. I usually tuck in my shirt and pair it with a matching belt for professionalism. I kept the shoes simple with some eggshell-colored flats. To add a pop of personality, I paired a costume necklace to bring the whole outfit together.

 

Twentysomething Vision Spring Into Floral Fashion Look 2

Twentysomething Vision Spring Into Floral Fashion Look 2

 

Sweater top: Old Navy
Necklace: H&M
Pants: Mid-Rise Ankle Pixie in Coral Tropics, Old Navy
Shoes: Croft & Barrow Women’s Ortholite Cutout Ballet Flats, Kohl’s

Spring Look 3

Here’s another outfit that’s appropriate for work, thanks to this cardigan, yet approachable for night, thanks to the flirty design. The cardigan is from H&M. They have a LOT of cardigans, different colors and different patterns, to express your personal style. The cardigans are fairly fitted, and go great with anything.

I kept the flats simple again since these are easy walking shoes. Plus, these are SUPER comfortable! I have a pair of these in black, which I’ve used to walk around the lake during lunch. These contain Ortholite cushioning for maximum comfort and minimal odor.

The dress is from Forever 21. I originally bought this dress in red/pink. Then I found this blue/lilac/periwinkle dress online and had to have it! It was ten bucks! The dress has a high, mock neck, a slimming waist, and a flowy wave at the bottom. It’s fun and flirty, eye-catching and expressive!

 

Twentysomething Vision Spring Into Floral Fashion Look 3 Forever 21 Flower Dress
Ready…set…hand on hip and look over your shoulder!

Cardigan: H&M
Dress: Forever 21
Shoes: Croft & Barrow Women’s Ortholite Cutout Ballet Flats, Kohl’s

Everyone has their own style personality. Find your way to spring into floral fashion this season!

~Twentysomething Vision

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