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On My List {Spring}

Spring is finally in the air, even though we’re almost arriving at Summer. The new sunshine has me thinking of a few Spring necessities that will also serve me well into the Summer. Here’s what’s on my Spring list:

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Fashion:

Maybe you don’t think of leather when you hear “Spring,” but it’s one of the best materials to pair with the girly florals that come into fashion this season. The French like to mix up outfits with unexpected elements, and some hard leather can really add that “je ne sais quoi” chic-ness to a Spring wardrobe.

1. Classic leather sandals {like these from Madewell}
2. Classic leather jacket {like this belted bomber}
3. Thrift Store Tees

Beauty:

Spring beauty is all about “freshness” and I’m absolutely crushing on some fresh lip color and organic body lotion to get me feeling sun-kissed.

1. Color stay bright lipstick
2. Body skin care {like this organic shea butter}

Read:

I love finding new francophile bloggers, and this particular blog is extra-awesome because its now-Parisian author, Meg, actually hails from Denver. Her photos of the “city of lights” are stunning, too.

1. De Quelle Planète Es-tu? {an awesome blog by a Denver-native gone Parisian}

Home:

Spring is for cleaning and picnics, but I’m also crushing on some fresh new floral wallpaper by blogger, Joy Cho. This particular design is also offered in a “removable” style for renters (or anyone not quite ready to commit to wallpaper). How cool is that?

1. Picnic bag {like this handcrafted, artisan garden bag from Apolis}
2. Home Organization
3. Wallpapers {like these Hygge & West wallpapers designed by Joy Cho}

Grocery:

Staying true to the Spring produce schedule here. It’s also time to break out the grill and some of the lighter white wines for a refreshing taste on hot days.

1. Tri tip steaks
2. Peas
3. Artichokes
4. Strawberries
5. White wines

Featured image on this post is a segment of one of Joy Cho’s wallpapers at Hygge & West

What’s on your Spring List? Let me know in the comments!

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