Spring Fashion Reaches Fever Pitch

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We’re so excited, and we just can’t hide it…we’re about to lose control, and we think we like it (a little ’80s throwback to point you in the right direction).  Don’t these looks SCREAM spring?  What could be more exciting than shedding the winter blues for feverishly spring hues, or more springy than Navy and White?

 

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Year after year, there’s something classic and fresh that keep this color combo from getting tired or outdated.  Fresh off the runway styling and a plethora of eco-chic fabrics keeps it alive and kicking.

We love the breezy Dawson top in rich Ink paired with sleek white Skinny Pants.  Can’t you just feel the ocean breezes rustling through your hair?

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Whether you go 50/50, striped, or allow a peek-of-blue beneath a sheath of white, there’s no wrong way to pair them.  Don’t forget–use your accessories!

(Shown:  White Darlene, Ink Drew, White Tamara)

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Speaking of accessories, look what a sliver of belt and goddess sandals can do to utterly transform a simple sheath dress.

(Shown:  Ink Pearl)

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The infusion of nautically inspired chevron striping and will-o’-the-wisp shrug offer no-fuss styling, effortless beauty, and a healthy dose of playfulness for merry-time bliss…she sure is yar!

(Shown:  Ink/White striped Portia & White Debi shrug)

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Your spring wardrobe running adrift?   Get on course with these back-to-basics looks.  Plumb the inky depths of our Mary cardigan by layering it with our anything-but-standard whites.  Whether you’re taken in by our sultry Joyce tank, slinky Reese tunic, or our sumptuous Ponte Bootcut Pants or Leggings, these clean-lined combos definitely hit their mark.




5 thoughts on “Spring Fashion Reaches Fever Pitch

  1. I have always love Navy and White, love that you have shown so many looks. I love to travel with 2 or 3 colors, and this post will make packing for my next trip so easy!

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