Spring has officially arrived in New England and I couldn’t be happier. This weekend has been the first weekend to actually feel like spring — the weather has been warm and the trees are finally starting to bud. I’ve loved spending the time outdoors. We took the Wagooneer out for a drive to stock up on tulips and daffodils for our yard. For now the plants look really pretty sitting in pots on our front porch but in a few weeks we intend to plant them in front of our stonewall to enjoy next year.
When it comes to footwear, I’m always drawn to a classic pair of comfortable saddle leather flats for my everyday wear. The Sarah Flint Natalie flat featured in this post fits this bill perfectly. The luxurious leather on this pair of shoes is the most perfect shade of saddle. I’m always on the hunt for a good pointy toe saddle leather shoe as it tends to look good with everything in my closet.
Year after year I continue to gravitate towards gingham as a staple pattern in my spring/summer wardrobe. Gingham remains classic no matter the style of the clothing whether it be a mini dress or an ankle length dress, a cropped top or a long sleeved blouse, cigarette pants or a tennis skort. It’s one of the few patterns that can be incorporated into a trend of the moment and make it timeless.