Earth Tones

Happy Earth Day! Lets begin with an environmentally-friendly post.

I recently partnered with the friendly staff at White House Black Market in Newport, Rhode Island to share my favorite spring items with you. I also used garments that were already available in my closet to create my completely styled looks.

When working with trends, I think it is so important to make sure what you are buying is not only “in” but also completely wearable. Why buy a shirt you can only wear with one pair of pants? It’s called versatility, people!

First on my list of great finds at WHBM is this calm green colored top. The interesting neckline makes it considered both a cold shoulder and off-the-shoulder top. Also, it has great ruffled details which means it is completely on trend. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my last post highlighting the top trends for the season?

Scroll Below to See How I Styled:


Outfit Details: Shoes // Jeans // Blouse // Earrings: Chico’s // Bag: Michael Kors

*All photos taken in East Greenwich, Rhode Island by Alison Rugg Photography

I hope you enjoyed this post. Remember that quality is always better than quantity- especially when you are shopping! What you wear completely represents who you are.

Inspired by Earth Day, I am now going to do a little spring closet clean out and recycle things I haven’t worn in a while. Word on the street, or beach I guess to stick with the theme of this post,  is that anything you haven’t worn in six months should be completely eliminated from your clothing collection.

Side note: I recently purchased a great book while exploring Anthropologie. Find out exactly which pieces you need to create a wardrobe completely tailored to you and your personal style by taking a peek into The Curated Closet.