Is there anything prettier than a burst of pink in springtime? Today I’m sharing a “wow” spring look- an adorable pink trenchcoat outfit from Talbots.
A great place to start when you want to refresh your spring wardrobe is with a new trenchcoat. It’s that perfect transition piece that you can throw on in March, wear right through April showers, past Mother’s Day, and into early summer.
Over the years, I’ve had navy, taupe, red spring trench coats. I loved them at the time, but now they seem a little boring since I found this knock-out, peachy-pink trench coat!
Talk about a great way to make a statement! This beautiful trench has that “wow” factor that turns heads. It’s perfectly polished – an iconic twill trench with timeless details, but the fresh, vibrant pink makes it thoroughly modern.
This trench has such a feminine vibe. Since the color reminds me of beautiful spring flowers, I thought I’d play that up and amp up the pink. I styled my trench with this charming floral jersey tee that’s stretchy and super comfy. My high waist white jeans are a beautiful blank canvas for these cheery colors.
These are the new straight-leg jeans that I’ve been talking about lately. They are becoming more popular than skinnies. They are very similar to skinny jeans, just a tad wider at the ankle. I’m actually starting to like them much better. They feel a little chicer.
I love these fabulous kid suede mocassins? The vivid pink picks up on the vivid pink in my top and adds a nice burst of energy to this outfit! These also come in Biscayne Blue and a Toffee shade too.
I Love the chain detail. It adds such a classy touch. With the pointy toe, I’d suggest sizing up half a size. I normally wear an 8. These are 8.5.
This is a great look for spring and summer. I think that neckline is very flattering on any woman and the top is soft and stretchy like a workout tee. The jeans are nice and lightweight but not at all see-through, like some white pants.
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*Thanks to Talbots for sponsoring this post.