ALL IN THE DETAILS: That '70s Inspo

“Florals for spring? Groundbreaking.” Miranda Priestly, the queen herself, may have been against the idea of florals for spring, but the truth is, they’re a classic. The undying trend is a sign of warmer weather, more smiles, and happier days. What I think makes this floral pattern a little different is the burnt orange hue. It’s not your typical spring color but still complements the floral print. This blouse is flirty and fun, perfect for embracing warmer weather.

The denim in this look could not be any more perfect. The striped light wash/dark wash combo gives off a retro vibe, which not only makes for a unique look but a more flattering fit as well. The vertical lines create an illusion of longer legs for this Fashionista. The frayed hem adds to this Fashionista’s overall spring-inspired look with something subtle yet super on trend.

The gold jewelry in this look really flatters the burnt orange in the blouse. The warm tones are brought together and slightly contrast the Fashionista’s skin tone. As we all know, lip colors are more than in right now. I really like the shade of the ever-so-popular Kylie Lip Kit that is sported in this look, “Candy K.” Its nude tone is pigmented enough so that you can notice it but still subtle enough to not pop out and create too much of a busy look with the shirt.

The kicks in this look are rockin’! A small heel is a spring must-have. It instantly turns a casual look into a more dressed up one. Although the suede material can make it seem as more of a fall shoe, I think it’s more than perfect for the spring and summertime. The straps that wrap around the heel add a little something extra rather than just some plain brown sandals.

This look’s ’70s spring vibes are a complete yes. I can’t think of a more fitting way to step into spring.