Warm weather is peaking its head around the seasonal corner, and I’m so excited to collaborate with Anthropologie in Harbor East to highlight some of my favorite pieces from their Spring collections. In all fairness, every piece in the Anthropologie Baltimore store is fabulous (so it was hard to pick only a few), but I styled 4 Spring-inspired looks from multiple pieces available in the Harbor East store!
During recent shopping trips, I noticed that the off-the-shoulder style is out in full force. The 2016 Spring/Summer season was one for off-the-shoulder tops and dresses, but I think 2017 is this trend’s BIG year. That’s why when I was looking around the Harbor East Anthropologie, I saw this Mona Off-The-Shoulder Dress and was immediately intrigued.
Admittedly, the dress looked a little unassuming on the rack — the color is what caught my eye at first. The Anthropologie website describes the color as “Purple Motif” but don’t let that fool you – this dress is most definitely pink. Its fuchsia-hue is bright and perfect for the warm and sunny days ahead (trust me, we’ll get there eventually.)
I styled the dress with the Yellow Gardenia bandana, tied and styled as a neck scarf. I’m obsessed with how this scarf adds a modern, vintage-feel to the outfit. And I added the Pilcro Cropped Denim Trucker Jacket on top for layering (thank goodness because it was actually FREEZING during this shoot!)
We wandered through the cold to snag some extra shots — turns out this dress matches perfectly with the prematurely blooming cherry blossoms and flows perfectly in the wind!
What do you think of the look? Like it? Love it? Would’ve styled it differently? Tell me in the comments below!
Next up: Outfit 2 from StylishlyTaylored x Anthropologie Baltimore Spring 2017 Collaboration!
Want to see more from my Wandering Wardrobe? Click HERE to see my latest looks!
Have some Spring Anthropologie looks of your own? Share your pieces + how you styled them by tagging me @stylishlytaylored and @anthro_baltimore in your Instagram #OOTD pics. AND don’t forget to use the hashtag #MyAnthroPhoto!
Until next time, keep it stylish.