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It’s been such a lovely week in Asheville. I can’t get enough of this spring weather! Starting next week I’ll be featuring my spring-y looks on Fashion Friday to get us in the mood for the season. Today I’m featuring another look to transition into the warmer weather.
As much as I love to shop, constantly buying new clothes is not practical for anyone. For today’s Fashion Friday to shop my closet and find new ways to wear pieces I don’t use very much anymore. The result was this look!
I like how the chambray shirt and menswear inspired heels, modernize this simple look.
Since matching denim with everything is so popular right now, I think it instantly updates my classic peach cable knit sweater. The peach color is on point for early spring too.
The slim ankle cut pants are perfect for this season and modernize the look even more.
For a finishing touch I added a whimsical chain necklace and my Mom’s coral ring. I layered the necklace by also wearing a simple pearl in the color. Laying necklaces is a great trick to add interest to an outfit.
The finished look is perfect for a day at the office and gives these old clothes new light! I challenge you to try to do the same with your closet.
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How do you freshen up old pieces?