I think we can all agree that for the past few months, Kentucky weather has been all over the place, leaving us confused about what to wear.
Although, Spring has really shined through this past couple of weeks. With warmer weather steadily approaching, I thought it would be fun to have a little “Transitioning into Spring” photoshoot with fellow KRNL blog writer, Rachel Porter.
By incorporating both bold colors and neutral colors, our goal was to create a little lookbook for that “approaching Spring” weather.
Rachel’s first look included comfy, light gray joggers from Brandy Melville and a neon green turtleneck from Amazon. She completed the outfit with some chic, black cat-eye sunnies, silver hoops, and off-white sneakers. There’s no excuse not to go outside on a sunny day with this look—even if it is a little chilly.
Her next look consisted of a neutral, olive green biker short romper from Forever 21 and a simple denim jacket. It is a comfortable staple-piece look that can be accessorized in many ways. Even though this outfit was totally different from her first, it looked just as good with her same accessories.
My first look shouted “Spring is coming,” with a bright-pink cropped tank from Zara paired with vintage Calvin Klein shorts. I added a snake-skin belt for more character and threw on a black puffer coat. I loved this outfit because even though it was a mix between the seasons, it still looked—and felt—really fashionable. I finished this look with my current favorite white sneakers from boohoo.
For my second ensemble, I wore a simple, black long-sleeve crop top from Nasty Gal with the same pair of Calvin Klein shorts. I wanted to accessorize with gold, which can be seen on my belt and on the chain across my black baker-boy hat. The baker-boy hat—from ALDO—was a different piece for me but it definitely made my outfit eye-catching.
Overall, I think this was a successful lookbook and it was so fun to take pictures and hang out on such a nice, sunshine-filled day.
Spring is the perfect season to wear pretty much anything, so go outside and get creative.