Ok, so I know I said this post would be up yesterday but I have been so busy and wasn't able to get this post finished in time, but here it is! (better late than never right?) So even though it has been so rainy here in Alabama lately, I am relieved because we are at least starting to feel the warmer temps moving in which means Spring is right around the corner and I can't wait!!! Even though I will miss the layering of clothes that winter requires, I am excited to trade in those layers and embrace the sundresses and sleeveless tops that are meant for spring and summer!! Who else is excited?!! So today's post is about showing you how you can transition some of your winter pieces into spring! (So don't pack all of your winter clothes away just yet!!) One of my favorite pieces to wear into spring is this cashmere topper!! I think I speak for everyone when I say that not only does cashmere feel heavenly but also goes great with anything!! For this shoot I styled my Cashmere topper over a simple and classic white tank, and paired it with my Anine Bing distressed jeans, and Aerin suede booties. But of course, the outfit wasn't complete without my canvas, wide-brim hat from Zara and gold pendant necklace from Stella and Dot! Hope you all like this look! I can honestly say there are 100 ways to wear this cashmere topper! I love that it is so versatile! It was a bit pricey but like I said you can wear it so many different ways and with so many different outfits! It is worth the splurge in my opinion! And since most stores are trying to sell their winter stock I'm sure you can find some super sales going on and get it cheaper!
Glam by Brittany Benton Massey
Photography by Koli Nichols Photography
Outfit Details - Hat: Zara (sold out) but similar here// Eyeshadow: Urban Decay// Lipstick: Mac// White tank: (old) but similar here// Cashmere topper: (sold out) but I love this one here // Necklace: Stella and Dot//Jeans: Anine Bing (sold out) but similar (and cheaper!!!) here//Booties: Aerin (old) but similar here, here, here, and here