BRACELET pearl wrap bracelet | BRACELET pearl wrap strand (currently on sale!) | BRACELET turquoise wrap bracelet | MATCHING SET white gauze matching set (sold out) | SHOES white platform espadrilles | BAG circle handle bag
It’s no secret that spring is my absolute favorite season. Nothing makes me happier than spending time outside, especially when skies are sunny and the weather is mild. Let’s face it… happy hours are so much happier when they happen outside! PTL for patio weather, am I right?
I also love spring because of the fun style it affords. Skirts, maxi dresses, matching sets… everything is lovely, feminine and flowy. Not to mention, accessorizing is always way more fun, in my opinion! I’m a big fan of bringing whites and turquoises into my spring and summer ensembles and especially love doing that with Victoria Emerson wrap bracelets!
If you remember, I was introduced to Victoria Emerson this past December when I saw my sister sporting an adorable wrap bracelet. It looked chic, relaxed and fun all at once, and I knew I had to get one for myself!
This season, I picked out a single pearl strand, and full pearl wrap and a darling turquoise wrap for spring and summer styling. I love how they look paired with white skinny jeans and an easy blouse… the quickest way to achieve that “cool girl” vibe, in my opinion.
I also love wearing these out at the ranch with cowboy boots, jean cutoffs, and a cute white tee. There’s something about the combination of turquoise and tan that I can’t get enough of, and Victoria Emerson creates the best mixes of the two!
I’m excited to share that Victoria Emerson is holding an Easter Sale that starts today and goes through Sunday! You’ll find certain pieces marked down to $9.99 and $14.99 (like my single pearl strand!) but have to search Easter egg hunt-style to find the fun deals. So cute, right? Head here to get started!
I’m obsessed with my spring/summer stack, and am looking forward to sporting it all season. See you out on the porch soon! :)
Love from Texas,
Thank you, Victoria Emerson, for sponsoring this post.
Photography by Merissa Defalcis