This weekend rain was pouring, and I loved it! We don’t get much rain in SoCal, and growing up in an area where it rained more, I miss falling asleep to rain hitting the rooftop. One of best.sounds.ever. Holler if you hear me!
I’ve worn this outfit a handful of times in the last few months because it’s so good for cozying up and for nursing.
I’ve mentioned this top before, but I think this is the first time I’m actually showing me wearing it. It doesn’t seem like anything special, but I really like it for some reason! I like the structure because it’s not too stiff but not flimsy. It holds its shape well when worn. And it goes with everything, the same way a chambray top is basically like a pair of jeans for your top half. However, I feel like an oxford can be more polished or professional than a chambray top.
The shirt runs huge, IMO. I’m normally S/M at Old Navy, and I got this in XS…AND it shrinks in the wash, so beware. But even with shrinking, the XS fits. I could probably have done S and been quite happy though, especially if I wanted a little bit more room or a slightly looser fit.
I plan to wear this with floral skirts, my striped pencil skirt, the floral shorts
I just bought, and pretty much any bottom that has a pattern!
Below I showed how I styled it today and one of many ways you could style it for spring. In today’s outfit, it was nice to use the oxford as part of a neutral base to showcase my cardigan. For spring, I went colors galore since this top neutralizes the outfit. If you’re not going overboard with colors in the spring, you’re not really living. 😉
Shop Look #1 (Cozy Days):
Cardigan: Old Navy (exact)
Shop Look #2 – Sunny Days:
Wedge sandals: Old Navy (exact)