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One of my favorite spring trends is the white-out. As you know, this girl loves her monochrome, and while I usually rock all black or shades of grey, it's fun to hit the opposite end of the spectrum once in a while.
Top: Blanqi | Jeans: Target | Shoes: Steve Madden | Cardigan: c/o PinkBlush Maternity | Bag: Coach | Sunnies: Prada | Necklace: Madewell | Arm Candy: Swarovski & Henri Bendel
Another spring trend I'm really loving is the mix of olive green and blush. These subdued neutrals play into my aesthetic perfectly, and I've centered all my new pieces around that color scheme.
This cardigan from PinkBlush is my new favorite layering piece. I wear it over shorts, jeans, dresses, and even to top off my sweat pants when I'm lounging around the house! It's incredibly soft, and even though it's maternity, I know it will be still flattering once I'm back to my not-pregnant self.
The tank I'm wearing is my Blanqi support tank in white. I love the way it lifts the weight of my belly off my hips and relieves my back pain! I've said it a few times, and I'm saying it again: this tank is worth every penny of the $72 it costs! As to the jeans, I picked them up at Target, then followed Shannon's DIY for distressed denim to get them where I wanted them! I knew I couldn't go through spring without distressed white jeans, and since I need maternity wear at this point and couldn't find them, this DIY was the perfect solution.
Finally, can we talk about my accessories?! I'm loving flats right now, so my go-to blush Steve Madden Lace-ups were a no brainer, but the real star here is my new Coach 1941 Rogue in grey suede.
Are you swooning yet? Because I am! I eyed this bag and saved for it for several months before making the splurge during Valentine's Day weekend (those of you who follow me on Instagram got to see the whole process on my Instastories), and I can say that she was worth every penny. The leather and suede quality can't be beat, and even though she's a heavy bag from the materials, she's incredibly well balanced and I'm comfortable carrying her all day.
Have you tried the white out trend yet?