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Outfits of the Week: Spring Edition

Here’s a compilation of the outfits I wore last week! If you would like to see these outfits in motion, check out my newest video here:


Black on black, and possibly for the last time because I am in a spring state of mind. All I want to do is wear pretty dresses now, but this outfit was perfect for trying on clothes and getting pissed at H&M’s weird sizing. How can their tops be so loose, yet have such tight arms? How?!


Okay, all I did was work and workout on this day, but I wanted to show my new pink training shoes. They’re a cheap pair from Primark and will probably fall apart in a couple weeks, but they make me happy when I wear them and that’s all that matters right?

My poor knees and limbs hate me.


I wanted to wear this lightweight mustard trench/cardigan before it gets too warm for any outer layers. I was trying to achieve an androgynous look, but my flats and blouse lean more on the feminine side.


This was my favorite outfit, and I actually wore it again with a cropped leather jacket to dinner a few days later. Floral dresses and flats are my go-to outfit, and I’m thankful I can finally put my tights away and enjoy actual sunshine on my legs.


Same outfit as before, slightly different styles. I had an Instagram-worthy time hanging out on my balcony for the first time this year.


I’m trying to wear more European brands since that’s what’s affordable and available to me now. I bought this sweet skirt from Mint & Berry for only 13 Euros, and it’s just so pretty. I felt whimsical biking around looking for a location to shoot these photos, and I can’t wait to wear it more this summer. I wasn’t a fan of the high-low trend a couple years ago, but I think this skirt is an exception.

And…..that’s it. Going to go tan my ghost legs now.

Muted: Gray

It’s dreary today so I thought I would dress appropriately for a mini lookbook for anyone that doesn’t plan on wearing rainbow colors on crack this spring. I can appreciate a bright pink dress with flowers any day, but there’s something alluring about wearing minimal color and simple pieces.


Shoes: Modcloth
Necklace: H&M

Sticking with the minimalism theme, I used these accessories in all three looks. A statement necklace and a pair of black wedges are suitable for all seasons, and are extremely versatile.




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This is a very cool palette, and the fabrics of each piece are lightweight. It gets extremely hot in the summer, so the last thing you want is an arm full of bracelets and anything other than one layer of clothing resting against your body.

How do you dress for your climate? Do you like a minimal wardrobe or do you enjoy dressing up your looks?

Have a fantastic Monday (ha) and thank you for reading.