Hello, lovelies. Happy First Day of Spring! I hope everyone had a nice weekend. Today I’m styling this coral denim jacket from Old Navy, but first a quick reminder!
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So on to today’s outfit. I can’t believe 27 Days of Spring Fashion is more than half over!
I’m a huge fan of a denim jacket, so when I saw this coral one at Old Navy, I grabbed it immediately. It is such a pretty shade, and it actually fits as well as some of my pricer denim jackets for just a fraction of the price. Unfortunately the current 40% off sale excludes Everyday Steals, Hot Deals, Today Only Deals, and Jewelry. Since this jacket is an Everyday Steal, the code doesn’t work. I know, I tried. Still, $35 is a pretty good price for a denim jacket, and it will probably go on sale again eventually.
I went super simple with this outfit and threw the coral jacket on over a white tee with my favorite distressed jeans. I think it would also be cute over a navy top or tee, but I love the fresh, springy combination of coral and white and the way it pairs with this mid-wash denim.
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My first inclination was to wear grey ballet flats, and then I decided leopard flats would be a fun addition to the look. I can also wear this with my espadrille wedges when the weather warms up, and I can see it with white Converse for a casual weekend look.
I don’t know what Dottie said to me at that moment, but it must have been funny.
I accessorized with a silver layered necklace and a few of my favorite David Yurman pieces.
This necklace totally takes the guesswork out of layering. It’s also a 3-in-1, so I can separate the shorter pendant and just have a long double-layered necklace, or I can wear the short pendant by itself. I usually keep the three pieces together, though. It’s perfect with v-neck tops.
I love a cognac bag with leopard flats. Mine has sold out, but I’m kind of obsessed with the Ivy Side Zip Tote, which is on sale for $299 at ToryBurch.com. The Private Sale ends tonight, by the way. (You may have to use the search bar to find the bag; for some reason the direct link isn’t working.) For a budget-friendly option, Target has a crossbody bag in a similar color for $29.
I like how a colored denim jacket elevates a basic look but keeps it casual. If coral isn’t your thing, consider this olive green option. That would look amazing with black jeans as well.
This simple outfit formula could work for any color denim jacket — or any color blazer, for that matter. Feel free to sub your favorite jeans in any style, and if you don’t have leopard flats, a neutral would be just fine. I do like the pop of the pattern in the shoes, though.
Have a great Monday!
Old Navy coral denim jacket // perfect white tee (10% off with code Jolynne10) // AG raw hem distressed skinnies (similar for less here and here) // leopard flats (similar for less) // similar Tory Burch hobo (I also like the Ivy side zip tote for $299 and this flat crossbody at Target for $29) // layered necklace // triad earrings // David Yurman link bracelet & ring // two-tone watch
photo credit: Dottie Foley
Be sure to visit Cyndi and see the spring outfit she’s styling today!
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