pretty things no. 37

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Happy Saturday! I feel like I was just saying happy first Saturday of March and now it’s April. Time is flying, spring is in full swing, and I’m here with six powder blue, pretty things inspiring me this week.

I truly believe it’s not spring without a gingham dress and this option from Capulet is so lovely. From the subtle, feminine sleeves to the classic, nipped in waist, this dress is perfect for any spring occasion.

A beautiful silk camisole is an important staple in the wardrobe as it can be worn effortlessly from day to night. As I said before, I feel like powder blue is the color of the moment, making this cami from Alice + Olivia the perfect thing. Go monochrome by pairing it with light wash blue jeans or try it with white jeans or even a printed piece.

Need the perfect printed shorts to pair with the blue silk camisole? I genuinely believe the cami and these Alice + Olivia shorts were meant to be worn together because the combination is just too good. The powder blue with the botanical print is perfect for a spring walk through the park or a dressier casual look for brunch.

I’ve been loving wide leg pants lately, so this pair from Majorelle really jumped out at me. It reminds me of a more casual version of the iconic Parent Trap powder blue suit that has inspired me for decades now. I love these trousers with a white t-shirt or dressed up with an eyelet blouse.

I saw these patches recently on the Free People website and thought the idea was brilliant. They work like any other topical patch to deliver ingredients into your body, but these are made specifically for wellness goals. The four variations are for hangovers, getting to sleep, feeling awake, and relieving pain. I definitely want to check out the sleep one and even the hangover one (although I fortunately don’t get them) just because I imagine it’s very hydrating.

And finally, a perfect pair of dressy sandals from Tibi. Any shoe with a chic bow is right up my alley and I’m particularly sold on the color. Love the idea of these paired with white jeans or with a simpler dress and maybe one of Julia’s new cardigans for brunch or church.