Coming back at you all with some more style ideas for the Tradlands short sleeve shirts. If you missed the previous post, make sure you go back and see how I styled my navy version of this top!
Today, the first outfit I’m sharing is another easy going staple. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I was scouring the Internet to find this overall skirt number and after about a month, I finally found it! I love it paired with this cream top because the fabric on the skirt is heavy but still manageable making it perfect for cooler weather. I also enjoy how the mismatched stripes work together. It gives a small amount of contrast without too much of a statement since the stripes on both the skirt and the top are relatively thin. And how perfect are the colors in my favorite scarf from Neck & Tie Co. paired with this jumper?
Next up, I wanted to find a combo that didn’t involved denim that was still relaxed. I tested out this outfit at home the other day and it was absolutely perfect!
I picked up these linen trousers on clearance and they are the absolute perfect piece for the transition of seasons. Since they are a wider leg, I went ahead and tucked the shirt in to highlight my frame a little better. I paired them with one of my favorite pairs of loafers so that the outfit wouldn’t look too relaxed when I head out the door.
To take this outfit from day to night, I just switched up some the accessories. I left my side braid (constructed of unruly, humid hating hair), and added a wide brimmed hat. I also swapped out my loafers for a great pair of chunky heels. When I pick accesories I love to play with tone on tone colors and I especially loved how these green heels paired with the light green pants.
Hope you found some inspiration from these outfits! I’ll be back again next week for my last installment of my Tradlands series. The outfits are two of my favorites so be sure to come back for a read!
Until next time!
Skirt: Moon River
Boots: Madewell (similar)
Scarf: Neck & Tie Co.
Pants: Ellen Tracy (similar)
Hat: Biltmore for Madewell (similar)
Heels: Madewell (similar)
*This post was written in collaboration with Tradlands. All opinions are my own.