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It's almost spring and today I've rounded up some of the top, wearable trends for Spring 2019. Thanks so much for watching! xx

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WHAT I'M WEARING
Blue & White Button Up: Everlane old, similar here
Gold Hoops: Mejuri https://bit.ly/2Rtg9xa get 10% off your purchase with this link https://bit.ly/2NjbzRd
Signet Ring: Ruff's Signet Ring https://www.ruffs.co.uk/
Thin Gold Stacking Ring: GLDN https://bit.ly/2XqYPwz
Bracelet: Gifted from Mejuri & I love it! https://bit.ly/2yPguCJ
Short Necklace: Mejuri https://bit.ly/2nen91y
Long Necklace: Mejuri gifted and I love it!

TRENDS MENTIONED

Pearls/Baroque Pearls
The pair I have is from The Curated, sold out but similar
here https://bit.ly/2TaDNTH
here https://bit.ly/2SXOlWN
here https://bit.ly/2StMsw3
here https://bit.ly/2T1wfDl
here https://bit.ly/2TgU5KM
here https://bit.ly/2Eyk4VM
really pretty hoop style here https://bit.ly/2GJgURe

Beige
I love this beige trench https://bit.ly/2EdauGs
these beige pants https://bit.ly/2IDkvCf
and these https://bit.ly/2Xs7y1E
I love this handmade dress https://bit.ly/2GSaWxN
Also this handmade linen dress https://bit.ly/2Eyaoue
this vintage sweater https://bit.ly/2T1xFOb
these linen pants https://bit.ly/2ThyTEd
and this vintage scarf with beige AND green https://bit.ly/2EglFy2
Really cute vegan bag https://bit.ly/2BFFHlc
but you can find this everywhere!

Sage Green
I love this silk scarf https://bit.ly/2EzapOE
And this one https://bit.ly/2NtNtDq
Really great vintage silk scarf https://bit.ly/2XqDbIM
So many great vintage scarves here https://etsy.me/2EApr6P
Deeper green belt https://bit.ly/2BUl5po
Really pretty belt https://bit.ly/2EcOWd0
Another cute belt https://bit.ly/2ICH0XP
Splurge statement shoes https://bit.ly/2XqBpaz
Cute low heel pumps https://bit.ly/2EgC2uE
Really cute second hand Manolos for only $70 https://bit.ly/2ICI6CV
Another pair with a lower heel https://bit.ly/2Vly6Q3
Flats https://bit.ly/2U8nrIo

Blue - You can probably find this one right in your own closet :) Just pair all your blue shades together and you're good to go!

Romantic Blouses
I love this silk one https://bit.ly/2NxcbTw
Gorgeous linen option https://bit.ly/2Xrm7Ch
Handmade short sleeve option https://bit.ly/2Von6RR
Billowy option https://bit.ly/2U5ZaTm
Another short sleeve option here https://bit.ly/2ICJCF7
The prettiest 1900s blouse https://bit.ly/2TjPVl8
Not handmade, but so pretty! https://bit.ly/2H0lOJ7
Same here https://bit.ly/2IETjmL
And here https://bit.ly/2Tbnc27

Tops With Lacing & Ruching
https://bit.ly/2H36Vpq

Hair Accessories
https://bit.ly/2H0mCh7
Tons of options here https://bit.ly/2GO5gVw
Vintage options here https://bit.ly/2XjoHdA

90's Jeans
Great pair from Everlane https://bit.ly/2BTEBm3
Tons of vintage options here https://bit.ly/2tFnkbN

Dome Jewelry
Great Bracelet https://bit.ly/2T1BHWJ get 10% off your purchase with this link https://bit.ly/2NjbzRd
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