As I’ve mentioned a few times before, silky blouses are my favorite thing about spring fashion. They’re oh-so comfy, and look just darling! Plus, they tie into my personal style aesthetic, pretty street style, quite nicely. Spring weather is great because it’s usually sunny, pretty warm, and just beautiful out. That being said, there are definitely days – especially here in Minnesota! – when it’s a little chilly. However, just because it’s chilly doesn’t mean I’m going to give up my beloved silky blouses! I am too stubborn (whattup fellow Tauruses!) and have waited all year for these wardrobe favorites. The look I’m sharing today is one that I turn to on days like this.
Last month, I debuted this denim jacket on Coffee & Cat Eyes. It’s one of my favorite jackets I own, and I love it for casually dressed up looks. Denim jackets are super in right now, but what I really love about this particular one is what makes it stand out. The edgy moto style of this jacket, along with its printed denim material, provide all the more interest to my looks! I’m turning to it with this outfit to provide some extra coverage, too, for chillier spring weather. Here, I’ve layered it over a flouncy black tank top for a pretty spring look.
Guys, I’ll be honest. This shirt is technically supposed to be cropped. I personally do not think a flouncy tank top in this cut-off style would be flattering, on my body type, as a cropped shirt, however… so I am lucky enough to have a short torso on which this shirt does not look the slightest bit cropped. I am normally not a huge fan of my short torso, as it makes most other shirts look longer than intended; however, for this shirt, it’s perfect. This pretty tank top has such a springy look to it, it’s nearly impossible to pass up on this season! So, paired with a girly denim jacket for chillier days, we have this perfect pretty-street-style-esque outfit.
Medium-wash skinny jeans and classic black heeled booties will complete my spring outfit. If you want to re-create my look from your own wardrobe, simply pair a flowy spring top (preferably, but not necessarily, in a silky material) with a denim jacket, and you’re set.