Sprintime calls for a transition jacket. Why not make it memorable with this earthy, neutral print trench? Whether you're topping jeans, trousers or a little black dress, pull it all together with this ultra-flattering, princess-seamed coat. I like the rounded collar that serves as a frame for your face. Some women are afraid that a printed jacket will be too obvious, especially since it'll be worn a lot. Turn the print into your trademark, and it's instant style. B and Lu's Carlyle skirt is a subtle nod to the ethnic trend. A rugged mesh liner peeks out of the bottom of the flounce hem adding a dimension of earthiness to the piece. Pair the skirt with a simple t-shirt and flip flops for bumming around on Saturday morning. Or dress it up with a blazer and gladiator sandals.
If you'd rather use accessories to add a little ethnic flair to your wardrobe, look for natural materials like hammered metals, wood, cotton and animal prints. Old Navy has some really fun accessories at great prices (less than $6!).
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