Dressing For A Cold/Rainy Spring Day

IMG_9340IMG_9329IMG_9330IMG_9332IMG_9334IMG_9335Happy Monday and Happy May! This weekend was just what I needed! We had crazy storms on Friday night and Saturday morning. This made our power go out, so we had to transfer all of our food into our Yeti coolers. It’s funny how things like this work out, since it inspired me to clean the expired food out of the fridge. I then got on a cleaning kick and organized various aspects of the house like our Tupperware containers (I’ve been putting that off). My hubby has his Pediatrics rotation shelf exam on Friday, and the weather forced us to stay in and be productive. The end of Pediatrics is coming at the perfect time, since we will be leaving Friday for my cousin’s wedding. We are excited for a little getaway!

Lately our weather has been more on the chilly side and we have had tons of storms. When it’s rainy, even if it’s not cold outside, I still get cold. Recently, on a rainy day I met some local bloggers for brunch.  I didn’t want to let the dreary weather get me down, so I wore a bright moto jacket to brighten my day.  I find the colors that I wear effect my mood. Since the jacket is very bright, I accessorized with a black top, as well as dark jeans and added leopard shoes and a statement necklace. Adding statement pieces like leopard and a big necklace can really dress up jeans.

Jacket: Here Top: Old- Forever 21, Similar Necklace: Here Jeans: Here Shoes: Similar Bag: here

15 thoughts on “Dressing For A Cold/Rainy Spring Day”

  1. Oh my gosh I am obsessed with your entire outfit from head to toe. Do not even get me started on your LV tote!!!! <3 I have heart eyes all over that. Your hair is so fab too, is that curled with a wand or a regular curling iron?

    xo, JJ

    1. OMG JJ, thank you for your kind words <3 You're so sweet! I actually use a regular curling iron and wrap my hair around like a wand. I am thinking about doing a hair tutorial post sometimes soon.

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