Hello to waking up an hour earlier and spring so close you can taste it. I love this time of year. It’s finally feeling acceptable to leave the house without a heavy winter coat, and so that’s why this month’s fashion find on repeat is a jean jacket. Last week I decided to Dare To Wear the jacket with a colorful maxi to make it feel more casual, cool and spring apporpriate. This week’s outfit post is continuing with the theme of transitional style that this season brings.

One minute it’s warm and the next there’s a cloud blocking the sun. That’s why I absolutely love dressing in layers. It allows me to adapt to change quickly. I recently read somewhere that you don’t want to be getting ready for opportunity when it comes, but already be ready. I think the same goes for change in life and in even the weather. Plus you look far cuter when you’re comfortable, as opposed to freezing or overheating.

Layering is your friend. More tips and style pics await, just scroll darling.
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{ Style Tips }

1. Get knotty. It’s a little style trick to make a piece look different and works great with scarves and sweaters, as seen on me.

2. Make your jean jacket feel dressier by wearing it over your shoulders. It’s instantly chic.

3. Don’t pack away scarves and boots with winter belongings. Wear them this spring for fashion and function. They add warmth and make spring styles feel more in line with this season in transition.  Jessie Holeva Style Blog

{ Tory Burch Boots (found new at a consignment shop, similar) | Ted Baker Scarf (℅) (similar) | Merona Jean Jacket, (similar) | Mossimo Sweater | Topshop Moto Pants | Bling Babe Vintage Earrings & Ring }

DARE To Wear } a blog series dedicated to “dare to wear” the same thing three weeks in a row. If you’re gonna buy it, you better be able to wear it at least three ways, right? Each month a new item is featured and will be styled three ways over three weeks. Photos by Audrey Gallagher.

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