Six playful spring outfits inspired by St. Patrick's Day
Spring is finally here (until the next snowstorm hits Milwaukee) and we have just the right outfit ideas to help you make an impression this season. We've teamed up with Urban Laundry Boutique in Wauwatosa to come up with some great looks, from combinations in romantic floral and lace, to more casual pieces in suede and patent leather. Each outfit is beautifully complimented by unique jewelry items; many of which have been lovingly crafted by local artists here in Wisconsin.
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we chose outfits in crisp whites and vibrant greens and oranges. We also chose pieces in soothing shades of blue, which according to many historians, was the original color associated with St. Patrick.
70s-inspired fashion is going to be huge this year, and suede fringe seems to pair remarkably well with delicate lace. This outfit will flawlessly take you from Coachella to Summerfest to your cousin's backyard birthday party.
Jack "Denny" white lace dress ($76), BB Dakota faux suede fringed vest in toffee ($69), CBCO agate slice pendant necklace ($74), CBCO key pendant necklace ($34), CBCO carnival pendant necklace ($60), Tammy Spice bracelet ($30). Modeled by Carolynn. All items are from Urban Laundry Boutique.
This outfit combines romantic floral, a military jacket, striped cuffs and casual denim to create a unique amalgam of style. The look is completed by this must-have clutch, which glides right over the hand and is crafted from a repurposed Kilim rug.
BB Dakota army green "Kierson" military jacket with navy striped cuffs ($95), BB Dakota floral blouse ($68), "Mickayla" skinny jeans in roko wash by David Kahn Jeans ($169), CBCO agate and copper pendant necklace ($74), Ginger Lamb Kilim clutch ($85). Modeled by Jennie. All items are from Urban Laundry Boutique.
This daytime look will take you from spring to summer effortlessly. You can even wear it well into autumn, provided you add a blazer to keep you warm. The deep, rich coral color of the blouse is striking with light denim jeans.
BB Dakota off-the-shoulder lace top in coral ($68), Henry & Belle distressed high-waisted jeans ($180), CBCO large jasper pendant necklace ($110), gold and green Tammy Spice cuff ($30). Modeled by Carolynn. All items are from Urban Laundry Boutique.
Orange, white and violet floral elements pop from this whimsical skirt, which is perfect for both work and play. One of the best parts about this outfit is the lace tunic. Tunics are versatile wardrobe staples to have on hand, as they can be worn belted, loose over jeans or tucked into a skirt.
Molly Bracken white lace tunic top ($46) worn with a KLD signature long cami in nude ($30), Jenn floral midi skirt ($49), Tammy Spice "Flora" necklace ($52), purple Tammy Spice bracelet ($26), Joy "Abigail" satchel purse in teal ($62). Modeled by Jennie. All items are from Urban Laundry Boutique.
Even March's most dreary days are no match for this cheerful, blue floral dress with hints of orange and white. To top it all off, this cozy jacket will keep you looking chic and feeling warm.
BB Dakota "Peppin" faux leather jacket in bone ($86), BB Dakota "La Selle" floral dress in navy ($80), CBCO dream pin pendant necklace ($64), CBCO stamped pendant necklace ($76), What's N Store "Onega" silver earrings ($24). Modeled by Carolynn. All items are from Urban Laundry Boutique.
We round out our list with the comfiest look yet, an outfit which looks great with sneakers. And yes, you totally can and should wear suede and aged black leather together.
KLD faux suede dress with braiding in army green ($72), Isle faux aged leather leggings in black ($60), CBCO labradorite pendant necklace ($240), stack of Tammy Spice bracelets ($26 each), Michael Gaines chalcedony and antique silver earrings ($33). Modeled by Jennie. All items are from Urban Laundry Boutique.
Each piece featured in this article is available at Urban Laundry Boutique, located at 7602 Harwood Avenue in Wauwatosa.
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