What I wore this week | March wk. 2

What I wore this week | March wk. 2

It’s Friday, meaning you’ve another post rounding up all I wore this week! You can click, browse, and shop my weekly looks piece by piece.

One great feature that I’ve utilized this past week is to compile these daily looks into a collection on LTK. In addition to the series here, I typically link my daily fits there beforehand anyway and thought another source wouldn’t hurt! I realize that not everyone utilizes the LTK app, and many still like to source style inspo outside social media or designated apps.

That said, I’ve still plans to designate this series it’s own spot on the blog. I’ll continue these ‘what I wore’ breakdowns every Friday thru March and hopefully by April I can implement the new format. This week I’ve shared six looks – Wednesday was simply an admin day, so sweats and an old sweatshirt made due.

I took direct inspo from my Spring essentials weekly capsule and wore this casual ensemble out shopping with my girl on Saturday. I’ll note these jeans have been on repeat. If you’re looking for a great pair of denim, Agolde is a great place to start.

Sundays are ‘get things ready for the week’ days. Groceries, laundry and last minute errands are typically done on Sundays. Leggings, a simple tee and sneakers brought comfort and productivity!

On the hunt for the perfect neutral blazer, I recently grabbed this one from Madewell. I love the subtle plaid print and oversized fit. I added in some Spring color to balance out the neutrals – something you’ll see consistent this season.

Another capsule edit copy! This top is so pretty with the ruffle detail – a piece that aligns with my feminine style in the best way. Fits true to size.

I love a good monochromatic look, don’t you? I layered all three black colored items with an easy neutral and love how it turned out.

Elevated athleisure at its best. One of my favorite ways to style joggers is to pair them with more dressier pieces. A cut out turtleneck sweater, fashion sneakers and ear climbers will do the trick.

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