1 month ago
Classic Spring Style
It’s that time of year again. I’m getting my closet ready for spring. After spending most of winter in sweats and pajamas, it’s time to put real clothes on again. Nothing fancy – just those classic, spring essentials that I find myself wanting to wear year after year. I was looking at my old spring fashion posts and I definitely have a look, but it works. More than anything, I’m really excited for dresses and sandals, which I attribute to growing up in California. They’re just so easy and comfortable.
Since our closets are on the smaller side, we store off-season clothes in our basement and rotate everything out seasonally. This is a method I’ve actually grown to love. When I go through my clothes for an upcoming season, if I pull something out and am not excited to wear it, it goes right into a sell/donate pile. The same rule applies to the clothes I’m putting away from the previous season. If I didn’t wear it, it’s out.
This keeps things pared down although it’s been tricky last year with babies, not fitting into jeans I hope to fit into again, and not leaving the house.
Riley High Rise Jeans
Lana Vintage Jeans
I have this set in a few colors and it’s the most comfortable, cozy thing I own. You cannot dry these so if hang drying is your thing, they’re not for you, but I’m telling you – they’re so worth it. Note that these are amazing postpartum. They don’t have a snug waist sso they’re flattering and comfortable.