Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Spring Wardrobe Planning and Favorites

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Sterling silver beads…

strands and strands of them

all sizes

wrapped around my neck and wrist

possibly adorned with a silver Centenario (50 peso coin)

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Turquoise Federico earrings

chandelier in style

swinging in the wind

over the top

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White linen

as always

cropped pants

or a shirt

collar popped

sleeves shoved up

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Ray Ban aviators

best all time sunglasses

truly block the sun

look good on everyone

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Silver bangles

millions of them

alike or different

on one wrist

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Mexican tops and dresses

in hot colors

embroidered with birds and flowers

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La Consuela bag

or a

King Ranch Saddle Shop tote

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Clinique Elixer perfume

in honor of my mother

and the 80’s

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What are your favorite spring wardrobe items?

 

18 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Oh you are in the springy mood, aren't you! My favorite wardrobe? Tshirts and shorts!!! And slip-into sandals!

Deb said...

I love sandals...and spring dresses...I love looking at jewelry...but not as much wearing it...it tends to get in my way...or makes me feel claustrophobic...crazy I know...

Blondie's Journal said...

I love sundresses in the spring, but since our spring is generally a bit cold, I add a cardigan or jean jacket. Pretty flats and a Kate Spade purse. Spring in Chicago.

XO,
Jane

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

You have some great choices! I love denim capris and crop pants, white shirt with rolled up sleeves or a black T with a jacket. Metallic flats.

Olive Cooper said...

Sundresses or skirts with t-shirts with flat sandals. Very casual. I wear silver jewelry all the time. I am nekkid without dangling earrings darling! hugs♥O

NanaDiana said...

I can feel the Spring breezes blowing my way from this post. White linen? Not until after Memeorial Day-;>) (old school here)...lol xxooDiana

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Funny you mention Frida (my fave female artist), just yesterday I watched Salma Hayak in her biography; loved it!
My fave summer outfit is a new baseball t (spring training time, ya'll!), denim capris, and flip flops showing off a new pedicure.
Happy spring!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

I can just imagine you in all your Spring cuteness!

Stacey said...

Definitely can't wait to bring out the capris. I'm also looking forward to sandals and red toe nails.

Theresa said...

Flip-flops/sandals and capris... can't wait:) I seriously need to buy some new pieces this summer! Enjoy your evening dear Laura, HUGS!

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I think all my spring favorites have changed after looking at yours. Love the earrings, pocketbook and white linen pants. Fun post!!

Lea also known as "CiCi" said...

Oh, my Volitile flip flops, gotta have them in every color! :o) And, I'm with you on the bangles and beads. Can't have enough of them. Lovely post!

Privet and Holly said...

Gosh, the high
here today was 16 F,
so I really, really,
have to reach into
my little head and
THINK spring!! I'm
a dress and skirt
kinda girl in the
summer; jeans and
cute tops with little
cardigans in the spring!
And as I near the end
of my fourth decade,
it's all about the
accessories, baby!!
Fun post, Laura!
xx Suzanne

Marguerite said...

Love all of your choices! Especially the turquoise earrings and Mexican top. I live in Capris, tees, and flip flops, in the warm months. Flats, if I'm dancing. Spring is definitely here, too, and it feels great! Cheers!

Sarah said...

I'm a Texas girl ~ love them all. Can't beat linen for our hot summers. ~ Sarah

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