Sweatshirt: Kate Spade Saturday Skirt: Zara (similar) Tights: Forever 21 (similar) Sunglasses: Free People Heels: Urban Outfitters (old) Bag: Vintage: (similar)
Hey Internet! I know it’s been a while. Life has been pretty crazy lately, but in a good way! I recently went to the Meghan Trainor concert, ate some brunch with my blogger besties and have been prepping to give Style Tab a big makeover. I’m gonna blame my absence on the latter, because it really has been a lot of researching and decision-making (which I’m terrible at) to nail down exactly what I want. I’m getting closer to hitting the start button on the transition and I can’t wait to reveal it to you all in a few weeks! Until then, let’s talk about some primary colors shall we?Pairing this neutral Kate Spade Saturday initial sweatshirt with pops of neon was a no-brainer for transitioning to spring. Unfortunately, spring hasn’t sprung in Boston yet, hence the tights, but I’ve decided that if I just start dressing for spring it’ll eventually show up. I’ve been craving more color in my wardrobe ever since we got one day of 50 degree weather, so when I put this look together I had no intention of sporting primary colors, it just kind of happened. The Red, yellow and blue palette has always had a elementary art class connotation in my mind, which might be why I’ve never worn these colors all at once. But there’s a first time for everything, am I right? Tbh, I don’t dislike this color trio when it’s broken up with a neutral piece, like my sweatshirt. It’s a little less in-your-face in my opinion.What do you think of my look? Are you a fan of primary colors?