How I’m Wearing Textured Knits This Spring

reformation viola skirt h&m textured knit 90s strappy sandalsHow I'm Wearing Textured Knits This Spring

Transitional dressing in the Spring can be challenging. Since the weather in Philadelphia has been unpredictable, I’ve been layering long cardigans with almost every outfit. I’ve also recently been wearing textured knits, which make great transitional pieces in the Spring. They’re thick enough for cold mornings and still breezy for sunny afternoons. This monochromatic outfit is one of my favorite looks I’ve ever worn, which could be due in part to the fun my photographer, Alex, and I had with this payphone. It’s hard to believe that my kids will never know what it means to use a payphone! At least I documented three for them here. 🙂

Monochromatic outfits always look so elevated and sophisticated. I love mixing different textures together to create one cohesive look. The last monochromatic outfit I wore was Winter focused and incorporated different textures of Burgundy so this time I changed it up and used light colors. I added black accessories, like a 90s strappy sandal and a crossbody bag from Zara to include some contrast.

This ribbed midi skirt is still available with a few sizes left and there’s a nearly identical version available here. These ribbed knit pants from Mango and these sweater pants from Revolve are so chic and and would looks great with a white t-shirt and black 90s sandals.

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Outfit details: Skirt: Reformation // T-shirt: Madewell // Cardigan: H&M // Sandals: Express, sold out (similar here) // Crossbody bag: Zara


Location: Philadelphia // Photography: Alex Ashman

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