Belated Happy Easter holiday to you all. This post is an important milestone for Spashionista Report; more on that later. As the landscape around me starts to pop with color I am dedicating April's fashion layouts to Spring's Crayon Box.
Since for the foreseeable future I have to go to Vanderbilt Hand Clinic several times a week I am presented with multiple opportunities to pose in the heart of downtown Nashville. To be honest with you Nashville is not the most wheelchair accessible city I've been to so it's been quite a while since I've tried to wander around it's busiest streets. This will be a revelation on different levels for me as well.
These shots were taken in front of the Wells Fargo Plaza and Fifth Third Bank Courtyard on 4th Avenue and Church Street respectively. It was still cool enough to warrant a jacket but warm enough for Spring colors to come out and play. Since the first tulip of the season that opened up in my yard to greet me is a deep pink I thought it only appropriate to use it as my inspiration.
The linen blend geometric print Larry Levine skirt is several years old. I love the mix of bold pink with muted lavender and lemon yellow. I bought the Cynthia Rowley tank top on clearance at Marshall's for $7. My Baccini jacket is really getting a lot of wear this year. So are the studded grey Not Rated oxfords. My Gaudi inspired grey necklace has also seen a lot of wear. The bag is a Jessica Simpson from a few years back - but it's not the first one I've owned. The original was purchased at Shi and the zipper broke after only four months of use. I was heartbroken because it is the perfect bag size and shape wise for me to both carry comfortably and use effectively. I've been searching for a replacement ever since and last month finally found one on Ebay for less than $20.
As my Mr and I cruised through the grocery store we came across a pink Peep cupcake and he said, "Looks just like your outfit". He was right.
April 1st marks the one year anniversary of this blog. I will be talking about this at length in my next post and I hope you'll come back to read it!