Little White Stripes

Little White Stripes

Hello darlings!

I seriously can’t believe how fast the year is flying by. Spring is almost over (almost) and we’re still experiencing a lot of rain here in the PNW! Not to fret though, we did have a mostly sunny weekend which meant I took no time to pull out some really great spring pieces.

Stripes are trending for spring (or basically always) and I’ve partnered with Gilt + Gossamer to show you my favorite way to wear this season’s must-have trend. I’m wearing an En Cremé top with Free People high-waisted shorts and my new Frye over-the-knee Boots that I got at the Clear The Rack Nordstrom Sale (so worth it for over 70% off!).

For those gals who live in Eugene, this cute little boutique is perfect for getting all your FP goodies and a bunch of other really chic brands. The belt is from Sam Brown and this cute hat is Brixton.

Believe it or not, I shot this little ensemble in the rain. I know I’m crazy but you know the weather in the PNW is so unpredictable it ultimately makes for a fun shoot. I know I’ll be sporting this top once the sun decides to grace us with it’s presence (for a full day).

Scroll down to see some of my fave pieces I picked out on Sunday after brunch!

{En Cremé top, Free People shorts, Frye boots, Brixton hat, Sam Brown belt, BCBGeneration bag (not avaiable at G+G)}

The Gilt+ Gossamer boutique is located on Willamette St. in downtown Eugene. So, if you’re in the area and need to find some on-trend season items, this is the place to go.

What’s your favorite way to sport stripes in the spring? Do you love big stripes, little stripes or a more artsy combination?

Let me know in the comments below!

*Special thanks to Gilt + Gossamer for having me and letting me style pieces from their store additionally to one free product (top). All opinions are my own.

xxo

Jacqueline

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