When it comes to spring fashion, there are two colors I really like to wear together: coral and white. The great thing about coral is it looks good on every skin tone and when you pair it with a crisp white, you have one beautiful looking color combination for spring.
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This open-stitch side button pullover from J. Jill is a great addition to my spring wardrobe. I’ve worn it with white, dark and light denim and it looks really nice with all three. I layered it over a cami and love the way the material feels on my skin. The side buttons are a fun and stylish feature, giving you an option to wear them opened or closed.
I wore this outfit on a date night to the movies with my husband on Saturday. I’m a big fan of the Divergent series, so we went to see Allegiant. Have you seen it? I thought the first two were better than this third one, but I digress.
I think coral looks so pretty with gold accents and it’s the color of jewelry I tend to wear with it. I topped off the outfit with my brown foldover monogrammed clutch and favorite caged wedges. Those wedges see a lot of wear in the spring and summer. They’ve made quite a few appearances in my outfit posts; for example here and here. (It’s so weird to see myself with short blond hair in those past posts!)
If you love the look of these wedges as much as I do, here are a few similar styles:
Do you wear coral very often? I featured a similar color combination last year that a lot of you really liked. I’ve been experimenting with different ways to wear that coral cardigan from last year. I’m thinking white denim + white t-shirt + coral cardigan would look pretty.
Be sure to check out the other colors of this pullover. It also comes in white, cream and a peach color. This is one of those sweaters I could handle having in every color!
Stay tuned for a super cute and comfortable dress from J. Jill that I think you’re all going to love!
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