SPRINGS CONFIDENT YET FEMININE VIBES

Photography By: Porter Counts
The Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Coat By Frisur/Choker By Natalie Chapman/Earrings By Zara

As we move into spring I feel like it’s a time for rebirth, reawakening and acceptance. For me, spring brings acceptance of what is and what will be, acknowledging that each season we have a chance to start anew. Spring inspires me to take chances that I didn’t last season and to be open to the possibility of a new self. One that is more confident, more daring and most importantly happy in the present.

Spring debuts clean lines, simple silhouettes and layers. With all of these elements, the spring style possibilities are endless. Pairing this lightweight tunic over pants creates clean lines and presents an effortless look that captures the fresh aesthetic of spring.

One way to make a bold statement and transition out of winter and into spring is by adding an over the top reflective/metallic material over a soft turtleneck. The contrasting textures create an interesting and visually appealing look.

Another important aspect of spring style lies in mixing and matching soft hues, like Pantone’s colors of the year: rose quartz and serenity, with simple, small and seemingly minute details. By styling the soft and sweet ruffle detail Jill Stuart body suit with relaxed minimalistic pants and accessories. The look gave off a laid-back sophisticated and feminine spring vibe.

New necklines for spring are totally on trend this season. Collars are here to stay and I say the bigger the better! Raw denims act as a neutral and can be worn alone or paired with silk or satin for a dramatic look with contrasting textures. Also try playing up a look with oversized earrings or minimalist jewels.

The Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsSweater By Helmut Lang/Pants BY Giada_Forte/Sandals By Marni All Available At MadisonThe Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsRings By Ariel Gordon/Ear Cuff (small)By Luv AJ/Ear Cuff By Jennie Kwon

Sneakers By Nike/Dress & Coat By Objects Without Meaning
The Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsBlazer By L’Agence/Skirt By Paul & Joe/Sweater By AssaliThe Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsEarring By Zara/Choker By Natalie Chapman/Pins By Astley ClarkeThe Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsJacket:Citizens Of Humanity/Shirt By H&M/Pants By Jill Stuart/Boots By Saint LaurentThe Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsBodysuit By Jill Stuart/Shorts By Alexander Wang Available At Madison

The Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsBodysuit By Alix/Pants By Paul & JoeThe Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsJacket:Citizens Of Humanity/Shirt By H&M/Pants By Jill Stuart/Boots By Saint LaurentThe Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsChoker By Natalie Chapman/Shirt & Pant Set By H&M

The Fashion Sight Editorial No. 1 Shot By Porter CountsShirt By Landeros/Turtleneck Sweater By MIH Jeans

Finally it’s not taboo to say that comfortable can be sexy and it’s true, when you feel good you walk taller. For once you won’t be thinking about how miserable you are in your best pair of too tight denim. Try out those culottes, opt for flats or stylish sneakers. So this spring, try new things, wear new materials or colors you have never worn before and be confident in your own skin and know that there is always tomorrow to start fresh.

Photographer: Porter Counts/ Model: Erika Stasiuleviciute @ Photogenics/ Makeup Artist: Jenna Kristina/ Hair Stylist: Kat Thompson
Digital Tech: Daniel Angel/Creative & Fashion Director: Angela Fink/ Fashion Assistant: Sara Allen

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