Late Winter/Spring 2022 Style Recap

Hey hey sweetie pies. Today’s post is for some of my favorite looks that I wore this past winter and spring seasons. From shows to running errands, I love dressing up and showing up. It definitely boosts my mood and my creativity! Keep scrolling to check out all of my favorite looks!

Winter in most of Texas is pretty warm, so most of my looks include dresses and skirts. Whenever we would have a cooler day, I would opt for ankle boots, a cardigan, or a light jacket. Of course, my wardrobe consists of a lot of colors,  prints, and neutral basics. I love pairing neutral basics with a fun printed item or color blocking with bright, bold colors.

Skirt – New York and Company
Shoes – Steve Madden
Bodysuit – H&M
Hat – Amazon
Sunnies – So Stormie Boutique
Bag – So Stormie Boutique
Dress – The Brilliant Closet
Shoes – Amazon
Earrings – So Stormie Boutique
Top – So Stormie Boutique
Cardigan – Walmart
Pants – Zara
Dress – New York and Company
Bag – So Stormie Boutique
Shoes – Steve Madden
Shoes – Lulu’s
Headwrap – Queen’s Definition
Bag – So Stormie Boutique
Belt – Zara
Dress – Who What Wear
Sunnies – Aldo
Top – H&M
Skort – New York and Company
Bag – So Stormie Boutique
Socks – Fashion Nova
Shoes – Steve Madden
Top – Walmart
Pants – Zara
Bag – So Stormie Boutique
Shoes – Lulu’s
Sunnies – Aldo
Dress – New York and Company
Jacket – Dillard’s
Bag – So Stormie Boutique (sold out)
SHoes – Lulu’s

Which look was your favorite? Let me know in the comments as always. I love hearing from you all!

“Style is a reflection of your attitude and your personality.” ~ Shawn Ashmore

XO, Stormie

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