4 Green Spring Outfits

by - April 28, 2022

This might be the most pitiful Real Outfit Roundup I've ever done. The last two weeks have been all over the place, and I apparently didn't take more than four outfit pictures throughout it. I wore a lot of shorts/jeans and a t-shirt combos, though, which I don't make a habit of documenting (although this post indicates that maybe I should start...).

Anyway, our spring weather has stuck around much longer this year than it normally does, and I'm not complaining! I'll definitely miss the low 70s, high 80s when we're seeing triple digits on the daily. And apparently I've had a thing for green since it seems to be the only color I've got on camera. And for whatever reason, I have no pictures of myself from over Easter weekend, and I honestly can't remember what I wore, so we'll start with last Tuesday, April 19.

Sizing: I'm 5'2", 145 lbs., and typically wear size 6 or small in clothes and size 7 shoe.
Sweatshirt (similar) / Shorts / Shoes

Alright, so looking back in my schedule, this was the day after I took my car to the shop and had to deal with the whole rental car fiasco, so I spent most of it playing catch-up. I'm pretty sure it was windy and staying in the mid-70s, so I wanted sleeves but jeans would have been too warm. I really like the way the light green sweatshirt and pale pink of the shorts combined.

These shorts are recent from Walmart. I'd been wanting some non-denim options for this summer and had been eying the chino shorts Old Navy currently has but just hate the stretchy back waistband on them. These have a small stretchy part on the sides, which is not obvious at all. I also got them in blue and green.

Shirt / Skirt (similar) / Shoes

I have no idea what I did this day and looking at my schedule doesn't help at all. I know I was helping out with one of my sister magazine's school news layout, but that's about it. This skirt is one of my favorites, but I haven't had a ton of reasons to play around with it. I really like how this cactus shirt worked with it, though. Can you tell it's purple? It's not a super bright purple, but it is. This just felt like a fun, playful outfit, and I had a lot of fun wearing it.

Shirt / Skirt / Shoes (similar)

This is an example of how a seemingly simple outfit can be interesting. It might be a little difficult to tell in this picture, but my shirt is an eyelet pattern with a smocked neck, and my skirt is seersucker. I added the belt to give me a more defined waist.

Dress (similar) / Shoes (similar)

If you think this dress looks familiar, you'd be correct. I got it before Christmas because I thought it was the perfect green for winter, but I also love it for the rest of the year. Paired with these simple gold sandals, I felt like of like a Grecian goddess all day long. And I was having a really nice non-curly hair day, so that helps!

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