The Spring Transition

Blazer: Rebecca Taylor (rented through my Rent The Runway Unlimited subscription) Top: Seraphine Maternity (a favorite maternity brand since my first pregnancy) Jeans: Old Navy Shoes: Sarah Flint Clutch: Sewcialite (c/o) Nicholas’ Jacket: MerriMane (c/o) Nicholas’ Shirt: Gap Nicholas’ Pants: Gap Nicholas’ Shoes: Gap

Hi friends! I don’t typically comment on current events here, but we are in a bit of a crazy time right now, so don’t think I can really miss mentioning. Like many of you, I’m feeling anxious and a bit overwhelmed from the inundation of Coronovirus news. If I’m being totally honest, I’m also already feeling a bit stir crazy staying home all day though I know we are just at the beginning of social distancing and quarantining required to hopefully slow the spread of the virus. It can seem kind of silly to be posting about spring clothes right now when we don’t know when or where we will get to wear them, but writing and sharing with all of you is a welcome distraction for me from everything going on and if I can provide any sort of distraction to you if you need it by visiting Boston Chic Party that would make me happy.  I hope all of you are staying safe and taking care of yourselves!

With that being said, wanted to share this pretty spring transition look today! If you live in New England, we know Spring can be pretty unpredictable with some warm days followed by super cold ones. There are some years I swear we don’t get a spring season at all and it jumps right to summer and some years we get all the rain! Personally hoping for minimal rain this year- getting outside while being socially distant is the number one thing helping with my well being right now for sure. And of course, as I am writing this a few days before the official first day of spring we are getting snow flurries 🙂

To dress for Spring in New England, I tend to go for layers in lighter and brighter colors. Whether it is a dress layered with a blush pink cardigan or a pastel blue blazer like the one I am wearing from Rebecca Taylor, adding those colorful layering pieces makes me feel like I’ve transitioned away from heavy winter items, but keeps me warm if and when needed.

Have to share some details on a few other items in this post! First, my clutch made by my Instagram friend Roula who has an amazing business, Sewcialite that specializes in making these beautiful and unique rope clutches. Navy and white is my jam all spring and summer so I’ll be using this clutch all the time and for many years to come. Second, I haven’t worn them in a while so haven’t gotten to sing their praises, but the Sarah Flint Perfect Pumps are the best! Most comfortable heel for sure and they make your legs look longer. I think my blush color is sadly sold out, but if you wear heels frequently would highly recommend giving them a try. A second pair is definitely on my wish list. Lastly, I couldn’t resist including a few pictures of Nicholas in his MerriMane bomber jacket. I was introduced to MerriMane on Instagram and their classic outerwear pieces for children are even more impressive in person. I’ll be sharing more about the brand and its’ founder in upcoming posts, but if you have a little one or are shopping for gifts for a little one, their jackets and coats are fabulous and hand-me-down worthy!

Here’s hoping for Spring soon! Sending you all a little extra love today!

xoxo, Jenna

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Photography by Caroline The Photographer

1 Comment

  1. March 17, 2020 / 1:58 pm

    I adore this look. Perfect for New England spring (I’m in CT).

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