Blush Pink Moto Jacket to Transition into Spring

Who is so ready for spring?  I AM.  I’m hoping that wearing spring colors like this adorable blush pink moto jacket will make all the snow go away! I love my BLANK NYC jacket, but I actually found this Forever 21 jacket for $34!!  (P.S. They totally changed their return policy to 30 days with receipt and tags you actually get a refund, not a credit! ) I totally would have bought that one at that price!  It’s so similar and gives the same look.  Either jacket you go with, reminds me of spring.  You guys know how crazy I go over blush this time of year.

Generally speaking, I think a moto jacket is definitely a staple to have in your closet.  They are so ideal for laying over sweaters, tying around your waist, or even wearing them over a dressier dress for a more edgy vibe.

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Blank NYC Blush Jacket (similar  or $34!) // Chicwish Blouse c/o // Light Denim  (Under $60!) // Pink Mules ( Also in black Topshop Shoes // Chloe Dupe Bag (Original Chloe Bag)

Does anyone have any travels lined up yet for the year?  I’m longing for a sunny beach vacation, but with the Zika virus, I’ve been advised not to travel to these areas.  We do have a trip coming up to Colorado.  It’s usually sunny there, but not exactly the temperature I’m looking for. It will be a nice trip, though.  Two of our good friends are getting married on top of the mountain and I can imagine how dreamy it will be!

Photography by Julie Kahlbaugh