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My Style: Old Navy Spring Florals

Old Navy Florals for Spring

Old Navy Peplum Tank, Stay-White Flare Ankle Jeans, Lightweight Floral Scarf, Jean Jacket c/o | Rebecca Minkoff Medium Julian Backpack | Kenda Kist Necklace

There’s nothing like flying thousands of miles away from home just to take in a little sunshine. I just returned from a much needed vacation to San Francisco, CA. I spent a few days touring the city and spent this past Saturday touring Sonoma.

We started the day with rain and ended it with sunshine. Mother Nature was kind enough to throw us a bone on our last full day in California. It was chilly, but the sun finally came out to play. Of course, Iowa was experiencing 80 degree weather in our absence. That’s how it usually works, right?! But in lieu of warm temperatures, I couldn’t appreciate the lush greenery more than when we drove into Sonoma. It was a reminder that spring is indeed here and summer is just around the corner!

So what do you wear when it’s raining and you are bopping around from winery to winery? White jeans, of course! I hesitated slightly when I picked out this outfit, but Old Navy’s stay-white jeans came through for the win. I can’t recommend Old Navy’s jeans enough – especially when they work in my favor to help prevent stains! The added detail of the raw edge hem adds a fresh twist on a pair of cropped denim!

Forcing a little spring wardrobe into my trip, I branched out of my usual color palette and picked up this sunshine yellow peplum tank top. The top great for layering, which is key for traveling to San Francisco, I added even more color with this floral printed neck scarf. I can just hear Miranda from The Devil Wears Prada saying, “Florals for spring, groundbreaking!” She was really on to something. : )

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