Hi friends! Welcome back! Okay, I'm just going to get right into this outfit because I'm super excited about it. As you guys all know (because it's all I talk about), I am very much a denim girl. I would say 99% of my outfits consist of jeans or denim shorts because it's just what I feel the best in. I tend to have a harder time styling outfits that don't include jeans because I usually don't love how anything else looks on me. I don't see it as a bad thing because there are an endless amount of ways you can wear jeans and, in my opinion, the most stylish outfits almost always include them. Occasionally, however, I do get an itch to step outside of my comfort zone a little bit and try something new. This is one of those times.
I've been planning on putting together some variation of this look in my head for months. I just needed the right weather and the right accessories. Recently, I was scrolling through Pinterest saving some spring looks for inspo and I spotted a woman wearing a dark grey suit with fuchsia accessories. Then it came to me. I purchased these trousers back in the fall with the intention of waiting until the spring/summer to recreate one of my favorite Hailey Bieber looks. If you're not familiar with the fashion icon that is Hailey Bieber, I suggest you look her up. Anyway, one of my favorite spring purchases, so far, has been these fuchsia pointed toe heels from Zara. I just cannot get enough of them. Until now, I have only styled them with jeans so I decided to try to switch things up and finally break out these trousers. I browsed Amazon for a fuchsia hat, threw a matching sweater over my shoulders, and voilà. It's giving me, "I'm a busy, hardworking partner at a law firm, but I'm not missing my kid's baseball game either."
All outfit details are listed below. Until next time, tootles sugar plums! Xoxo.
Sweater: Zara (similar options here)
Bodysuit: Zara (similar options here)
Trousers: Princess Polly (similar options here)
Shoes: Zara (similar options here)
Sunnies: Quay Australia (sold out. Identical option here)