I have really been loving the prints this spring. Since I don't usually go for the traditional floral motiffs, this abstract brushstroke blue inspired Vince Camuto skirt is perfect for me. I paired this with a simple black Elie Tahari blazer from one of my suits to create a look that works for the office or a ladies luncheon (yes I said luncheon). My Oryany handbag, from Neiman Marcus adds a fun pop of purple to compliment the blue. My crystal locket from Greenwich Jewelers makes the look more contemporary and the Jamie Joseph clear statement ring ties everything together.
You can easily turn a sporty look into something chic with the right styling and accessories. My track suit inspired look is adorned with Sorellina black and diamond jewelry from Greenwich Jewelers. I grew up wearing DKNY, it was my go to brand for almost everything. For years, I felt like they lost their edge, but I was shocked with how much I loved this DKNYC Dip Died Jacket. I paired it with these Pink Tartan Track Pants, elastic ankle pants are very popular this spring and give a sporty feel to the look. My Dolce Vita cutout booties were purchased last season and are still very much in trend.
When I saw this Navy Draped Cape Top by Cut 25 online, I knew I had to have it! The open back detail gave just enough sex appeal to wear for a night out, but still subtle enough to wear during the day. I paired the top with this amazing Theia Statement Necklace from Greeenwich Jewelers and by wearing my favorite simple grey jeans, these studded Pour La Victoire Booties were also the highlight of my outfit. The unique Sorellina Morganite ring which compliments this look is definitely more of an investment than fashion piece. All these pieces independently make a statement, but with thoughtful styling they create one very chic look.