That 70s Show

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I have an admission. I packed up the bulk of my winter sweaters this past Saturday, and pulled out some of my lighter knits. I always keep wool cardigans and some warm neutral options out for Spring and Summer evenings. Here in the mountains it can still drop into the 50s and even 40s during the evening well into Summertime, so I never put away all of my warmer layers.

I also didn’t pack up some of my other winter extras. You can still throw on your boots, and vests, and hats, and even scarves to more easily transition your wardrobe into Spring. Especially if you want to wear pieces lighter pieces like dresses and skirts. Layer up like a champ, and you can pull of practically anything!

If it had been even a little bit colder, I’d have throw my trusty wool coat over this ensemble for added warmth. I have loved both this denim vest, this more safari inspired vest, and a good utility vest in past seasons, and I’m sure I’ll be pulling both out this Spring. I also fell in love with the long vest from Vince, and I love how Molly styled it here.

I also love a good rain jacket or anorak if you live in a more rainy climate, but temps are rising come spring. It’s definitely time to ditch the heavy coats and loot at something like this.

What are some of your favorite layers? Do you have any pieces you don’t put away regardless of the season? I’d love to know! Have a superb Monday, friends!!

XX, Megan

 

 

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Dress: J.Crew (past season, similar, similar, similar), Vest: Target, Boots: Dolce Vita, Bag: Madewell (just came back in stock!, similar, similar, save, splurge), Sunglasses: Ray-ban, Necklace: Anthropologie (past, similar), Earrings: Vintage, Lips: Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lip in Dolce

3 thoughts on “That 70s Show

  1. Not sure if my comment went through so I’ll try again 🙂

    Knee high boots!

    Those boots, the wrap, and have look exactly like something Mary Richards would wear as she went about Minneapolis. And I love her look.

    You channel Mary Tyler Moore well. That is a great ensemble.

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