Transitioning Into Spring

Transitioning Into Spring

by Rebecca Grunewald

It’s never too early to start thinking about your new spring look – especially here in Texas. Here are some great looks put together by our friends at the Palm Tree Boutique with three North Texas locations in Denton, Plano and Grapevine.

Navy floral top / olive joggers: This navy, cold shoulder top with ruffle accents and a bold floral print hits all of the top trends for spring. We love the easy fit of these tie waist joggers and the olive hue transitions perfectly from fall to spring.

Fringe cardigan / jeans:  Fringe is back again (really it never left) and we are loving the double dose of this trend with this cute and casual outfit. Easy layers such as this open knit, pocket cardigan are essential for that in-between weather and you can never go wrong with a neutral palette. Our perforated suede wedges are the only shoes you need for spring and go with just about everything!

Stripe top / jeans: As you can see, the “off the shoulder” trend still isn’t going anywhere and stripes are abundant this season (especially in blue and white). We love the fun details of this top: a ruffle trim bell sleeve and a cascade of buttons down the back.

We have accessorized all of the outfits with pieces from the new Kendra Scott Spring Collection. This collection features a fresh twist on her iconic silhouettes and a color palette that ranges from vivid to the softest pastels.

While you are freshening up your wardrobe for spring, don’t forget to pick up something for your home. You can find the full line of Joanna Gaines’ new home fragrance collection, Magnolia Home, at any one of our locations. Joanna brings scents such as bloom, restore and dwell into your home and not only do they smell amazing, but they look just as beautiful.


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