In My Closet – Summer Edition

“A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous”. – Coco Chanel

Summers are relatively short here on the Pacific NorthWest. We get more than 166 days of rain a year, November thru March can easily be wet for 20 consecutive days. I have a small closet that I divide into two;  One side is Autumn/Winter, the other Spring/Summer and I keep the current season on the left which is the more accessible side. It’s an interesting contrast to see the heavier knits, greys and jewel tones I wear in the colder months to the bright colours and floral prints the Summer wardrobe showcases.  Welcome to my Spring/Summer closet.

Dresses make up the majority of my Spring/Summer closet.  They’re so practical and being someone who never really aced the art of layering like my sister Steph, I feel that a dress is a much easier way to look put together.

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Colour, florals and even neons come out with the sunshine.

 

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Pony hair flats from Gravity Pope, Leather wedges by Michael Kors, Espadrilles purchased on a trip to Spain and “go with anything” nude heeled sandals, Nine West.

 

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Sequins and beading details transform this Boho dress into a day to night as well as a conversation piece.

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One and two piece suits for  weekends at the lake, boating, hot tubbing and dips in the cool pacific ocean.

A mini A-line shift dress & a midi wrap with pockets in my favourite shades of blush and fuschia.

A light floral print for a daytime wedding and a bolder floral body-con dress for date night.

The Latina in me would live in leopard – A fitting dress for drinks downtown and a flowing maxi dress for a walk on the beach.

A little white dress is just as useful as a little black dress. These are easy to dress up or down with heels or sandals.

Thanks for visiting my closet today!

Love,

Jennifer

3 Comments Add yours

    1. thanks for reading. I’ve just posted a new Summer wardrobe with pieces I’ve added for Summer 2017

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