A Day of Spring

If you are a PNWesterner you know that at the first mention of temps getting above 55 degrees with some sun involved we break out the “warm weather” clothes. Kind of depressing, huh? Well the meteorologist promised me 60 degrees, which I’m not sure ever actually happened because it didn’t feel all that warm, but I figured it was the perfect day to pull out my winter white jeans and my new Springy Old Navy sweater that I featured in my post yesterday. I even covered up with a navy blue trench instead of my heavy coat – that was perhaps a mistake. Back to the rain and chilly temps tomorrow, but this was a nice reminder that Spring is coming! (even though it might not come until May or June here…)

I probably won’t get tomorrow’s outfit up until the weekend, I have a tight schedule tomorrow as it is my last day with my company and I’m going to head to happy hour with some co-workers for one last hurrah, then we are meeting some good friends for dinner. Hope you all have a wonderful Friday!!

Sweater – Old Navy, Jeans – Gap Always Skinny, Shoes – Target, Necklace – Premier Designs


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Marionberry Style

Love you in your new Old Navy top Amy! And great work pairing it with the white jeans and nude heels. I would DEFINITELY wear this same exact outfit.

Hope your last day goes well!
XO – Marion
PS – I definitely remember how giddy I would become when the sun made an appearance in Portland following a long, wet winter. It’s so funny…people would drive around with their convertable tops down if it broke 60 degrees just to celebrate!


    Thanks Marion! Glad you approve : ) I always wonder who buys a convertable in the PNW anyway!


Found you from Marion’s blog! That blue and green top is so cute! I too pulled out my white jeans yesterday and pretended that 55 degrees is actually really warm 🙂

The Tiny Heart


    Thanks so much Sharon! We have to pretend while we can : )


I just love this modestly color-blocked sweater; I guess it’s more trimmed than blocked. You paired it wonderfully with white!

I was trying to describe to someone the other day what sunshine meant when you live in Seattle. It usually entails lots of “illnesses” called in and impromptu outdoor meetings. I just remember eating a Thai take-out lunch on Harbor Steps with every other person working downtown.


    Thanks Rebekah! Ha ha, that is totally true!


Love this look!