TREND: Survive March with Your Animal Instincts

The month of March is a magical time of year. The sun starts to shine through the bitter winter skies. The snow begins to melt. The rich green grass promises us flowers, and the air feels a little lighter as we smile and remember that spring is within our reach. While these changes are exhilarating to watch, it is important that we adapt our wardrobes as well.

This Fashionista decided to take her adaptation advice from the most knowledgeable critters of all, animals. Brilliantly decked out in animal prints, this Fashionista offers us several tips on how to survive the transitional month of March.

First off, our primary instincts may tell us to keep all of our animal print shirts and accessories separate; however, the combination of animal prints actually compliment each other beautifully. I personally love how her dark grey and black cheetah sweater compliments her snakeskin bag. As long as the color scheme of the two items is within the same family, there is no need for the animals to be.

Now that we have distinguished how great these items work together. It is time to take a look at them separately. First off, this Fashionista decided to shed a layer, her jacket, and replace it with a thick, loose fitted sweater. I recommend purchasing ones like these from Express. This sort of sweater is perfect for early spring because it is still thick, but it doesn’t carry the weight of a jacket. This Fashionista also reminds us how fabulous oversize bags are, especially when you’re headed to class. A bag like this is bold because of both its size and its pattern. I recommend purchasing others like this one from The Buckle.

Lastly, this Fashionista reminds us how important it is to balance out our outfits. Since her bag and sweater are so fierce, it is important to keep the rest of the outfit relatively tame. Therefore, her black leggings paired with classic suede grey boots is a perfect way to avoid over-kill.
 

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