Hello friends-Happy Mother's Day to you
and thanks for stopping by my blog!
Mother's Day seems like a perfect time to feature some pretty pastels
I love all of the pastel colors
that are especially prevalent in spring and summer clothing
For my first outfit this week, I chose a light mint green dress
with an all over print of dainty white flowers
This dress is a true wrap style
with feminine short puffed sleeves and a deep ruffle at the hem
For warm weather a dress with nice details is the perfect one and done solution for me
Easy fitting and cool
I'm patiently waiting for the warm weather to catch up with the season
we have barely hit 70 degrees all spring!
I decided to go full on saccharine sweet with this girly outfit,
and am carrying my blush pink heart shaped handle bag
This little bag has a detachable cross body strap that is not shown
for times when you need to have both hands free
To accessorize this look, I picked delicate silver tone jewelry
A rhinestone studded headband, open X's cuff bracelet,
hoop earrings and a heart shaped pendent necklace
Nude wedge ankle strap sandals to complete the look
Next is a two piece outfit that I have had in my wardrobe for several years
I have gotten a lot of wear from the soft blush color pieces
wearing them separately, together and layered
This time, they are alone together, creating a simple two piece outfit
Wearing a neck tie/scarf as a belt to add a little contrasting color
The tie is borrowed from another blouse
The metallic silver wallet clutch has been in my wardrobe for a long time, and I use it a lot
It's gratifying to have old faithful items you can count on,
and that you can say were well worth the money spent!
Silver tone jewelry to accessorize this outfit, also
I wear my silver jewelry a lot during the spring and summer months
Open circle choker, squiggly hinged bracelet
and curly ribbon shaped earrings-all the curvy shapes!
Distressed silver low heel sling backs to finish the outfit
The two piece set pictured above, with a floral cardigan layered over it
two years ago, in the spring/summer of 2019
Pastels in the garden
Hope you all enjoy your week!