Bring on the Sunshine
This year I’ve been inspired to step out of my own comfort zone by adding yellow into my closet. Not only does it mimic the presence of sunshine, but it packs a double punch of bold color choice while being a classic on the color wheel. My top goal: not ending up looking like an actual Sesame Street character, particularly a large feathered friend.
Other colors to give a try: “ice cream hues” or just about any shade of purple!
Check It Out
Checks are going to be here year-round with tartan, gingham, and a mix of plaids. There is a check pattern for any occasion or personality. It’s retro and versatile which makes this pattern the greatest statement or basic for the season. Bringing out the color is what will make this a summer twist that Cher Horowitz would approve of.
Other patterns to give a try: vintage florals or polka dots!
Inspector Gadget Chic
This season, the military and utilitarian comes complete with trench coats and cargo pockets. Ranging from earthy-beiges to blush and lavender, the trench coat makes for a stylish addition to a casual look. Repurposing this jacket for spring could involve a ruffle or some embroidery. Bonus points for a jacket this spring that features an embellishment, because who couldn’t use a little something extra?
Other outerwear to try: A pop of color blazer or an oversized denim jacket!
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I'm a born and raised Arkansas girl who found herself drawn to Oxford, MS three years ago. It's there that I discovered IMC in the Meek School of Journalism and New Media, which began my journey towards brand consulting and social media content drafting. With the support of my friends and family, I remain excited and positive about the opportunities still to come! In an ever-changing marketplace, I get the opportunity to enter the workforce when so many miraculous transitions in business and marketing are resulting. It is my goal/hope/aspiration that this page functions as a way for those who have not met me, or may not know me well, to get some insight into what I'm passionate about. A lifestyle blogs purpose, in general, is similar to why I want to work with branding to begin with. What can you see in a consumer? What can be found in a product in actuality and sentimentally? Who is your company's culture appealing to when all is said and done? These are questions that should bring inspiration. If it became my job to aid in finding that stimulus, what an amazing thing to be a part of!