Sunday, March 1, 2015

In the Spring of Things

As winter starts to disappear (at least here) I've been working on putting together my spring wardrobe.  As usual, I look for bright colors, floral prints, and pieces that can easily be worked into summer as well.  I've been shopping with Modcloth for as long as I can remember and I'm excited to collaborate with them by showing you my spring essentials!

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Bettie Page Modcloth In the Spring of Things dress

Dress- c/o Modcloth
Shoes- c/o Modcloth
Bracelet- Swarovski
Hat- c/o Modcloth

Modcloth has an endless number of spring essentials for any particular style, in any size, and in all price points.  I especially appreciate their selection of vintage inspired goodies, which I feel can be incredibly difficult to find in brick and mortar shops where I live.

This dress is so light and comfortable.  I was initially drawn to the hey hole feature in the front.  It also has built in support cups so you don't have to worry about your undergarments peeking through.  Since I'm naturally pretty pale, I like to wear a hat when I spend time in the sun.  This outfit is perfect for brunching with friends, walking my dogs, or catching a concert in the park with Kevin.

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What are you looking forward to wearing this spring?  Is there anything your your Modcloth wish list for the upcoming season?  Let me know in the comments!

xoxo

Ashley

18 comments:

  1. Well, it's practically summer all year long where i live (there's only dry and rainy season-currently it's been raining like mad haha) but i like to dress like i live in four seasoned country sometimes :p. Love your lip color!

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    1. Same here! I live in almost summer only conditions. Thanks so much!

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  2. Lovely- and what a fun, different look for you. Not often we see you in an empire waist.

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    1. Thanks Kristian! I fell in love with the princess lines on the dress, Plus it's nice to not wear a petticoat from time to time ;)

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  3. You look amazing!!! I really want to dye my hair a pastel color but am so afraid to bleach it!!! I love your hair though and seriously consider it everytime I visit your bloggy!
    xoxo
    Taylor
    http://www.nothingbutapigeon.com/

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    1. Aww thanks Taylor! You could always play with temporary color (hair mascara, spray in color) so you don't have to bleach it.

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  4. Lovely dress! I like the nude shoes and hat you paired with the brightly colorful dress, too!

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  5. That is such a pretty floral dress, looks great on you! I also love your location for your photos! :)

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    1. Thank you! I've been trying to get to this bridge for months! I'm glad someone other than me notices my backgrounds haha!

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  6. I love the print of this dress- those colors are so good together! The hat is the perfect finishing touch. Even though we don't have super cold winters, spring is my favorite season!

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    1. Thanks Lisa! Very true, I love spring the most too. It's because it's the perfect weather before the ridiculous heat!

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  7. This dress looks really gorgeous on you! I love the bold colors and pattern, very fun and perfect for summer.
    Personally, I can't wait to be able to wear open toed shoes again. That's still a couple of months off where I live, but I'm keeping the dream alive.

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  8. This dress is so gorgeous and of course perfect for spring. Florals are the best and so is modcloth, totally need to make an order there again soon. I am sad that it's coming to the end of summer where I am.

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  9. This dress is so beautiful on you! I have to keep believing that spring will turn up <3

    xox Sammi

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  10. Oh blimey - I'm just catching up with your posts all in one go, and I didn't think you could beat the oranges, but you have!! The perspective that the bridge gives works beautifully, and I think this dress is really smashing. You could have gone bright with the accessories but I actually think keeping it more neutral really works. x

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