Transitional Whites and Blues



Happy Wednesday! πŸ˜€


I’m finally back with an Outfit of the Day post! Haha I know it’s been awhile since I’ve shared a look with you all, and I’m so sorry for that, but I haven’t had much time to shoot lately 😦 However, I’m back now, and I promise that there will be regular, weekly outfit posts again, just like before πŸ™‚


It’s only been a month since I last did some shoots, but it seems like spring is finally upon us! Although the weather is a bit warmer, there are still slight breezes, especially at night, and the sun’s been hiding away behind the clouds almost everyday. It kind of makes it hard to dress, but I won’t let it stop me from staying stylish and comfortable at the same time! πŸ™‚



Crop tops are the epitome of spring and summer fashion, and while it may still be a little cool for midriff-baring pieces, ribbed knit crops, like the one that I’m sporting, are perfect for the transitional weather, especially in a soft white color, don’t you think? The ribbed knit material makes this top relatively thicker than your normal spring/summer crop top, so it’ll help protect you from the cool breezes that may take you off guard as night falls in Los Angeles.



I love pairing crop tops with high-waisted skirts, especially in soft pastel hues, like this delicate baby blue, because it softens up the whole ensemble and gives it just the right touch of femininity and cuteness, don’t you agree? I especially loved pairing these soft whites and blues together because it makes for such a youthful look that balances a girly charm with just the right touch of innocent sexiness.


To finish off the whole ensemble, I opted for my favorite spring purse in a pretty Tiffany blue color and my trusty Nike Roshe Ones, of course πŸ™‚


On Me

Forever 21 Ribbed Knit Crop Top in Ivory

Forever 21 Mini Skater Skirt in Pale Baby Blue

Nike Roshe One in Pure Platinum/White/Black

Kate Spade Wellesley Alessa in Robin Egg Blue


Can’t wait to show you all even more transitional outfits as we slowly move from spring to summer! πŸ™‚ What’re you all wearing on these bipolar-weathered days? Let me know in the comments because I’d love to hear how you’re all styling as well!

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78 thoughts on “Transitional Whites and Blues

    • Aww thank you so much Carmen ❀ πŸ™‚ You're too sweet! And yes, I love the whole juxtaposition of a soft skirt and top with sporty sneakers! Makes for a visually pleasing mix of both, don't you think?


  1. Transitional weather can be really difficult to dress for. I always have a cardigan or a light jacket on hand, sometimes tied around my waist when it’s on the warmer side (thank goodness, ’90s style fashion is back!) Love your outfit! It’s the perfect balance of sweet and sexy.

    Jo |

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  2. I adore your OOTD posts, hon! Your photography & looks are always beyond stunning! Loving this transitional look even though as much as I would want summer to come sooner, it’s still quite cold here in the UK.
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful outfit, you look gorgeous hon ❀
    p.s. Will have a proper read of your other posts first thing tomorrow morning with my cup of coffee πŸ™‚ Heading to bed now as it's almost midnight here πŸ™‚
    xox Nadia

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    • Aww thank you so much for your kind words Nadia ❀ πŸ™‚ You're too sweet! Hahaha transitional looks are essential to LA's bipolar weather lately. And aww I'm sorry to hear that it hasn't been warming up in the UK yet 😦 Hopefully, summer will come soon! Hope you had a great weekend, and rest well!


    • Aww thank you so much Marina ❀ You're too sweet! πŸ™‚ Hahaha I've never thought of it that way, but I think pastels just look great during the spring and summer, don't you think?


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