Mar 29, 2015

Finally, a Spring Print That Doesn't Involve Florals

Who says you can't wear all-black in spring?

Spring has sprung and although I’m trying desperately to stray from the “black-out” wardrobe I assembled during fall, I’m still stuck on the dark side. I shot this look on a breezy day at the tail of the Texas winter and attempted to work in a little color with the HUGO by Hugo Boss whitewashed stretch denim. The sweater is my favorite piece in this look– also HUGO and justly named “Sprinto” from the Spring 2015 collection. The grid patterns make a real modern and minimal statement and bring the look together without the need for an under-layer. The moto-jacket is from the Alexander Wang x H&M collection last November and I’m obsessed with it. It’s only my third wear in it since I hadn’t found much to rock it with. For the shoes I initially opted for a cool simple slip-on sneaker but made a last minute switch to my comfy Dr. Martens instead.

I’m definitely going to miss layering for a while since Texas spring weather doesn’t welcome much of it. However, I will try to lighten my looks a little more while still playing with some all-black themes.

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Sweater by HUGO by Hugo Boss | Pants by HUGO by Hugo Boss | Shoes by Dr. Martens | Jacket by Alexander Wang x H&M | Bracelet by David Yurman

Sweater, pants and bracelet c/o Saks Fifth Avenue San Antonio

Photo Credit | Don Hopkins

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