Welcome Thursday, and welcome YOU! Today, I am discussing how to look nice and comfortable for chilly spring weather.
In South Texas, we are having chilly weather this April…not rainy (though we need it), and not cold. But, just a little bring-on-a-shiver...chilly.
The outfit I posted about on Tuesday, and today’s look would be typical nice comfortable style for me right now.
This time of year, I love bright happy tops to go under my different toppers…jackets and cardigans.
This top is a past purchase INC wrap top from Macy’s…it is a favorite of mine because it is flattering and, as I said, Happy! The top underneath is where I bring on SPRING.
I am a huge fan of this long Easy Chic Jacket from Chico’s. Specifically, this is the Drape-Front Jacket in Classic Navy. It has a gathered waist in the back for a very flattering fit.
UPDATE!! CHICO’S JUST STARTED A SALE FOR TWO DAYS…50% OFF YOUR HIGHEST ITEM FOR AN ORDER $100 ARE OVER….I JUST BOUGHT THE OLIVE!!
I am seriously looking at it in OLIVE for a transition to autumn piece. If the weather continues like this, I could wear it now as well. It is classy, soft, chic, and comfortable.
I also like the way it pairs with skinny jeans. This overall look is very nice for being out and about.
JEWELRY THAT IS NICE AND COMFORTABLE TOO
You can see this jewelry combination on my right arm above and I am wearing it with almost everything these days.
I have worn often on the blog my silver bracelet collection from James Avery Craftsman Jewelry and I just added the Sculpted Hearts and Tulips White Doublet Ring in Sterling Silver.
I am honored to wear their jewelry and represent the company as a James Avery Ambassador. You can also shop them at Dillard’s.
NICE AND COMFORTABLE DRESS IDEAS FOR A READER
I think all of us want to look nice and comfortable these days…so let’s go a little deeper for reader Linda D.
Linda desires to tell the world with her style that she is artistic, confident, casual, current and friendly.
She is like many petites in that she struggles to find a good fit. I do not know if I can help with that, but perhaps these pieces will inspire Linda and women like her.
I do want to encourage everyone who loves artistic clothing to consider sizing down on over-sized pieces. It can make a definite difference.
First, Linda might want to consider the page for petites at Anthropologie.
Next, here is the slideshow for inspiration style….
Thanks for being here today, everyone….lf anyone else would like to send five adjectives, just send to email@example.com…and make sure you…
By Pamela Lutrell
Disclaimer: There are items within this post I was sent for review, but the words are my own.