Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Chambray Bows

Spring Work Outfit Inspiration Blush Chambray Everlane Trench
Location :: San Francisco

Shirt :: Gap (old, similar here & here)
Pants :: J. Crew Martie Pants (old, similar here & here)
Shoes :: Kate Spade (old, similar here & here)

It's not quite warm enough in San Francisco to pull out the chambray crop tops and white skirts but there's no denying that Spring is here. Although I have to keep things semi-professional during the week for work, I try to incorporate as much "Spring" as possible. Denim/chambray shirts are a must in my warm weather wardrobe and ones with a tie at the neck instantly transform it into a work friendly blouse. 

Spring Work Outfit Inspiration Blush Chambray Everlane Trench

I purchased these dusty blush dress pants during the holidays and they've been on repeat since January. They're great in the Winter paired with plum colored sweaters or black blazers, but they transition just as easily for the warm weather. In my wardrobe, blush is the new black.

Spring Work Outfit Inspiration Blush Chambray Everlane Trench

Although I love traditional trench coats, this Everlane Swing Trench is what I've been reaching for lately. The shorter length and swing cut make it a more versatile option than the traditional trench. You can dress it up but you can just as easily wear it with a white tee and boyfriend jeans for your Sunday morning farmer's market run. So if you spot me around town this week, don't be surprised if you see this trench!


  1. Very chic outfit

  2. so pretty ;-)

    i invite to me too

  3. This is such a pretty outfit. I especially love the cut of the trench coat!

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    1. Thanks Jenn! I know, I love swing trenches for Spring, they're just easier to wear to work or on the weekend then normal length trenches!