As winter comes to an end and the spring solstice begins, one trendy transition piece that I’m sure will make several appearances is my jean jacket. While once an item I’d sworn would be left behind when I quit wearing Justice clothes in the fifth grade, I wished for a new jean jacket for months before picking this one up. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite ways to style it for this awkward transition between freezing winter days and approaching spring weather! Enjoy!
One thing that hasn’t quite grown on me yet is denim on denim, so I decided to style my jean jacket with a fun pair of green ripped jeans. As for a top, I opted for one of my all time favorite v-neck tees from J.Crew that has a little gold shimmer to it. I love the way gold jewelry makes the shirt’s shimmery undertones pop, so I went for all gold jewelry, including my new Grace Elizabeth gold coin necklace! I love this necklace because it’s so dainty and simple that it will match practically anything! Use the code “Springbreak18” for 20% off this necklace now through Saturday! Since it has been a little warmer here recently, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to pull out my favorite brown lace up sandals from Target! These shoes have lasted me three years and I couldn’t recommend them more, especially considering they’re under $25! I seriously love this look for this time of year and I hope you do too!
tee (same style, no longer available in color shown) // jean jacket // green jeans (similar) // sandals // necklace (20% off with code “Springbreak18” // earrings // watch (similar) // white and gold beaded bracelets (here and here) // MantraBand // cross bracelet // rose gold ring
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The necklace from Grace Elizabeth as well as the beaded bracelets from Sashka Co. featured in this post were sent to me in exchange for a feature in my blog. However, all opinions are honest and my own. I don’t feature products I don’t truly love! My blog contains affiliate links, meaning I may earn commission from your purchase of the products mentioned.