So Many Neighborhoods, So Little Time!

Today’s Post is coming to you from the West Village, Meatpacking District. It is quickly becoming one of my favorite neighborhoods! Some highlights: The Standard, Catch22, Spice Market, Sugar Factory, Jeffrey, Cobblestone streets and Rebecca Taylor, to name a few. The transition from winter to spring has been very quirky to say the least. So, today’s post includes a spring color scheme with warmer transitional pieces. This Rebecca Taylor skirt is a favorite with the double zipper detail in the front and the large, fun flirty ruffle just below. It is an extremely comfortable piece and can be worn with a t-shirt, a silk blouse or, like today, with a cropped neutral sweater. The navy suede, over the knee boots by Stuart Weitzman are the perfect choice for both the outfit and the cooler temperatures. They are worn with no additional leg covering, for the spring look, but provide a bit of added warmth when traversing the cobblestone streets or strolling the High Line. This weather can be tricky, but there is no need to pull out all of your cotton spring/summer clothing just yet!! Transitional weather can be challenging but, be open- minded and have fun in order to be comfortable and stylish. You can still look springy in warmer pieces until the temperatures finally cooperate. Look through that closet and be creative, it can produce some terrific looks. Until then, Think Spring, xo B.

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Top: BDG (Urban Outfitters)| Skirt: Rebecca Taylor (Similar Here)| ShoesStuart Weitzman

 

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