Style Inspiration: Parisian Spring Style


To be able to spend time in Paris in the spring. Oh, what a lovely dream. Someday perhaps, it will be a reality I will be able to enjoy, but for now, I will dream with the wardrobe I choose to wear, and so can you.

Play with the classic ensemble items – a khaki trench, a crisp white button-up shirt, stripes, and scarves, but then add your own signature touch – a brilliant red skirt, a leopard belt or a few sequins perhaps? Today I’ve gathered together many different ways of incorporating Paris into your spring wardrobe.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very inspiring – but where can I get the Bonjour sweater??? Everywhere I look it’s out of stock.

  2. Anonymous, after much searching, the only one I can find was the one that is shared above from ASOS in size 14. Hopefully it will come back in stock.

  3. Loving all of these Shannon. And I guess I lucked out with the Bonjour sweater, I ordered it a few weeks ago :)

  4. I got the Bonjour sweater few weeks back after I saw it on another blogger’s site. It is really cool and I love it! Hopefully they will get it again soon.

  5. Very stylish. Thanks Shannon.

  6. Shannon,

    I am wondering what your thoughts are on setting a clothing budget. I have never set one before, but this morning I was thinking about it and I thought you might be a good person to ask.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Where can I find the blazer in picture #3? Love, love, love it!

  8. Anonymous – the sequin blazer is from Alice + Olivia and unfortunately, it is no longer available. However, I will continue to look for one that is similar. If I find one, I will post the link here.

  9. I love all the styles! it’s gotten me excited for a new Spring wardrobe!

    I desperately hope the “Bonjour” top comes back in stock!
    Thanks Shannon!

  10. Nicole,

    Great question. Setting a clothing budget is necessary when it comes to maintaining a sound financial foundation. After paying your monthly bills, take a look at your discretionary income and determine how much of it you can afford to allot toward your wardrobe. There may be some months you spend nothing in order to save up for the following months as you know you will want to hit certain sales or recently released collections. I hope this helps.

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