What I Am Wearing in This Post:
Majorelle jumpsuit c/o Revolve (also comes in this color pattern), Alexis lace top (similar here, here, and here), Thelma loafers, Chanel bag (similar here, here, and here)
Two things that go extremely well, especially in springtime, are lace and florals. As someone who has a very feminine sense of style, my spring layers always encompass those two if I can. While spring layers can always be a multitude of things, layering a lace top underneath a floral dress or jumpsuit is one of my favorites. Spring layers can be flirty, fun, and very feminine.
This romantic trip to Ireland has called for me to have to put together many outfits that are layered. Just like with any country, springtime weather can be unpredictable and so the notion of spring layers always seem ideal. As I walk through castles as the rain comes down outside, I am brightening everything up by combining florals and lace in my outfits.
When I first saw this floral jumpsuit, I immediately knew I wanted to pair it with a lace top underneath. Since the weather is still a bit chilly, especially here in Ireland, layers are essential for spring. I’ve planned a lot of my looks in Ireland to be layered. Layering feminine tops underneath sleeveless dresses is one way to get away with wearing them when the weather isn’t too warm. Since we are celebrating our wedding anniversary here in Ireland, they have become my go-to look for romantic dinners with Tor.
I can never have enough white blouses in my closet, especially ones with lace. They’re so perfect on their own or for layering. Plus, if they feature balloon sleeves or bell sleeves, then they instantly catch my eye. My favorite blouse in today’s post is an old one (last seen here and here), but it’s definitely a coveted piece. I am also loving this one and this one, too.
What are some of your favorite ways to incorporate spring layers?