The gingham trend is everywhere this spring and while it usually conjures up images of my childhood raggedy Ann doll, when spotted in a black and white patterns and elevated silhouettes, it’s easy to see why this is one of spring’s hottest patterns. The fabric makes a statement but can be dressed up or down and mixed with other patterns. I’m a whimp when it comes to mixing patterns, but I feel like a pro could pull it off with florals and look awesome!
The cut of this top made me feel so chic and of course, I’m obsessed with the statement sleeves. Since the top was pretty girly, I paired it with my favorite moto jeans to toughen it up. I knew I would be walking to see the cherry blossoms after brunch at The Smith downtown and back to my apartment (approximately a 5 mile trip) so I opted for sneakers instead of high heeled sandals (which is what I really wanted to wear with this!) Side note, The Smith was amazing — get the Mac n cheese skillet and thank me later.
When I posted this on my Insta stories and on my feed, I got a lot of questions about StyleWe. They have an insane amount of retargeting advertisements so chances are their ads have probably popped up on your Facebook or web browser if you’re an avid online shopper. Before StyleWe reached out to me I hadn’t heard of the brand, but I was definitely curious to check it out! I have to report back that I was seriously impressed with my experience with them. The shipping was quick – approximately a week -, the tracking numbers were valid, and the packaging was way nicer than the standard, crinkly plastic bags I’m used to getting. The tops I ordered looked exactly like they did on the models online and fit true to size. The quality was definitely on par with the price tag, I walked 8 miles in this top in the sun and while I got a little warm, it definitely still let my skin breathe unlike cheap polyester blends. All in all, my experience with StyleWe was a win!
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