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Transitioning from winter to spring can be a confusing task, especially if you’re having weather like we’re having here in D.C. Seriously one day it’s snowing, the next it’s warm. It’s a recipe for sickness, but being prepared is key. I’ve found that mixing some pieces, aka a skirt and a chunky sweater, keeps me warm on the chillier days but not overheated! And forgive the pale legs… going sans tights feels great but I have to find time to get a spray tan stat!

P.S. How pretty is this ivy wall. I’m a sucker for ivy covered anything… it’s wild yet romantic.

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Skirt, Philip Lim for Target (similar, similar)/ Sweater, J.Crew (here)/ Trench, Romeo & Juliet Couture (identical)/ Necklace, J.Crew (here)/ Ring, Coach (similar)/ Bag, Coach (similar)/ Sunglasses, Tory Burch (here)/ Earrings (here)



  1. You look great, and this is a perfect “transitional” outfit. Here in Toronto, it’s still too cold for bare legs….but soon enough I hope.

    That coat is gorgeous and I know I’d love it because I checked out the link and saw it was Rachel Roy. One of my go-to’s for sure.

    xo Jackie
    Something About That


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