Did you spring forward yesterday? It was officially a beautiful and warm sunny day that was light outside until well past 6. So glorious! We happily made the spring forward transition and were glad it didn’t throw the baby off too much. I love getting to come home and still have plenty of sunlight to enjoy with our little family. We celebrated the springy day yesterday by getting out for a run and swinging on the front porch. Sadly, the only thing tainting the perfect day was the allergens that are getting to Eric, I and the baby.
I’ve styled two outfits today…one for now while you’re making your spring transition and one for in a few months when it’s so warm we’re all pouring our glistening “sparkle” that only a southern lady can somehow pull off. HA! If only that were true…
Both outfits have shoes from Rack Room Shoes: the first looks like a certain Tory Burch shoe you may all know and love, but this version was under $80! The second wedge is a great neutral and SO comfy from Chinese Laundry. If you live in Albertville, AL, congratulations! You guys just got a new Rack Room Shoes to check out these new styles. Make sure you check out the Rack Room Rewards® program that allows customers simple, instant savings on shoes for the family. Some of the member’s only perks include exclusive discounts, coupons, and $15 in rewards for every $200 spent on the retailer’s extensive offering.
I have worn the outfit above on repeat most of the past few weeks with leggings and a long collared tunic and these open shoes when possible and when not, I’ve gone with my boots. My Lily Jade Diaper Bag in buttery leather is my new favorite carry-all bag! I’ll have a full review coming soon on it. The outfit below may just be a pregnancy dress that turned tunic that now is back to a dress from Pink Blush, earrings I got on sale at the semi-annual Nordstrom sale, and then fun accessories from local boutiques. 🙂
If you missed my first Fit Chic look for the transition to spring, make sure you check it out from last week! What spring transition pieces do you incorporate in your wardrobe?