The best TRANSITIONAL PIECES for your wardrobe.
This weather can be a bit of a downer. In Chicago, you never know from January to March, what type of weather you are going to get. You can wake up and one day it'll be decent and sunny, then the next day mass chaos. It can be difficult to plan your attire when the weather is inconsistent. However, The Dropp Shoppe Boutique has given me some great seasonal options to keep you cozy and cute as we transition into spring!
My issue is it's always hard to be cute with a giant fluffy jacket covering your outfit, or making you feel like an Eskimo. However, with these transitional jackets, you can fee fierce but also stay warm. I love how they are easy to add to any outfit. You can see how I styled them below. With these fun colors and prints, you can add it to your everyday look or to your going out wardrobe as well.
My favorite is this gorgeous plum trench coat that I paired with a rosewood colored sweater and these fun sparkly high waisted pants. This look is perfect for the office, you can go in with style and grace. The best part about this trench coat is that it can be paired well in the office as well. It also takes the side of a sophisticated blazer and can be paired with so many different looks.
I am also a huge fan of vests, especially in the spring and winter. I love pairing them with nice leggings, especially leather ones, and a cozy turtle neck. This comfortable black vest is a perfect accent to add to your outdoor everyday look.
Not only does this boutique have amazing outfits, perfect for any occasion, but they also have great jewelry as well. Take a look at some of these statement pieces that can bring out the WOW factor in your outfit.
I am a huge advocate of supporting locally owned businesses and this boutique is a prime example of such a great one. I am honestly honored to be modeling their lovely transitional pieces because the quality, fabric, and overall style are amazing.
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Until next time,