Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Nautical Spring Transition

It's difficult to get dressed in March. After a long winter, I long to wear cute little dresses and my new Jack Rogers, but I think that I will have to wait for a few more weeks. Yesterday the temperature almost reached 70 degrees (for about a minute!) and on Friday, we might get 1-3 inches of snow. I'm still in denial about that one.

So what's the best way to dress during the crazy Maryland March weather? Add a dab of nautical flair in a few simple, chic layers. You'll look like spring, but won't freeze during a cold spell.

This anchor skirt is so much fun! I love the A-line fun skirt. With a flattering A-line shape and knee length, this outfit will keep you warm in a variety of climate changes. The wool sweater has a retro vibe with 3/4 length sleeves and textured knit.

boden a line fun skirt anchor nautical spring
Tilly Sweater (20% off)  //  Fun Skirt (20% off)

Pair the embroidered tunic in chambray with a pair of black pants for an updated, but warm look. I love the detail in the embroidery of this top.

j crew embroidered tunic in chambray
Embroidered top in chambray (on sale)
Throw on this anchor print sweatshirt for casual weekend wear. The anchor is a modern twist on traditional nautical stripes. The best part about this sweatshirt? It's under $20.

forever 21 nautical anchor sweatshirt
Anchor sweatshirt


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